Monday, December 16, 2019

Visit the Origin of Ninja (4) : Kids’ Ninja Village

Kids’ Ninja Village Togakushi is well-known as the origin of ninja, so we visited the Kids’ Ninja Village, where children and even adults can dress up like a real ninja! Ninja costume rental is available...
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Tokyo Bayside Story: Toyosu & Odaiba

The Past, Present and Future of Tokyo Bay Tokyo is a vibrant city with all the charms of a bayside suburb. When visiting the city, Toyosu and Odaiba are two attractions that you can't afford...

Shiver your excited cells with Japanese Spiritual Creatures and Monsters in Tokyo Trick Art...

Trick Art: Eye deception expose! https://youtu.be/ViCGBekLXt8 Photographic fun with Japanese ghosts, giant monsters, ninjas and time travel, all under one roof!  Trick art uses visual illusions, making the viewer feel like they are part of the artwork itself or...
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Mori Digital Art Museum’s Brand New teamLab Exhibit

New Odaiba museum hosts art collective's first permanent installation: Borderless Japan's famous digital art collective teamLab has held several digital art exhibitions in Japan and around the world in recent years and their efforts have been well...

Map of Top Winter Illumination Spots in Tokyo (7)

13 Venus Fort Christmas Projection Mapping “FROZEN VENUSFORT” This year’s projection mapping features the popular Disney movie “Frozen”. Creative company NAKED Inc. created a spectacular show which you can only enjoy at Venus Fort. Music...

The Matsuri Manual : Matsuri Games

Japanese summer festivals, or Matsuri, are the main spot during the summer to see yukata, eat delicious food and of course play games. Just like every festival has traditions that have been passed down over...

Asagaya Tanabata Festival, larger than life

How a traditional Chinese festival became Japanese street art Orihime and Hikoboshi are two lovers that represent the Vega and Altair star respectively. Normally the Milky Way separates them, but only once a year, on the...

FOODIE TOURS JAPAN: GIZEM’S TASTE OF TOKYO

“No one should be missing out on Japanese food!” Sounds like a cliché, but everything points to Gizem Sakamaki being born to do this. Even before starting her tour company Foodie Tours Japan, she...

Shinyokohama Raumen Museum: Ramen in Showa fashion

A delightful "time slurp" Contrary to its naming, Shinyokohama Raumen Museum is more a theme park than a museum. But fear not, by theme park I don't mean crazy, looping roller coasters, pendulum rides, drop towers...

Fuji-Q Highland, thrilling rides with a view of Mt. Fuji

As the quintessential Japanese symbol, Mt. Fuji often evokes quiet and peaceful imagery. That's why it's hard to think of it as home to some of the highest, steepest and scariest roller coasters in...