Celebrate Japan’s Bean-Throwing Tradition by Joining These 2 Events in February

Japan has many celebrations and traditions that are relatively unknown by those outside the country. New Year is celebrated differently to the West, and in February, there is an old tradition that is still enjoyed by families, groups of friends, and even co-workers to this day. February is a busy month for events in Japan.…

Want to Visit the Yayoi Kusama Museum in Tokyo? Here’s How to Get Tickets!

If you don’t know who Yayoi Kusama is, you either have been living under a rock, or you’ve seen her work and just don’t know her name. She is a famous Japanese artist who has recently opened a museum in Tokyo. However, due to the popularity of her unique artworks, it’s very difficult to get…

Savor Delicious Food and Great Coffee at These Instagram-Worthy Cafes in Shibuya

Back in October 2015, a concept store called CANVAS TOKYO opened in Hiroo, Shibuya. Many people have since become repeat customers for the delicious coffee and doughnuts that they offer. Find out more about this stylish space and what else they have in store! CANVAS TOKYO A post shared by JONAS約拿 San Francisco & Travel…

4 Beautiful Flower Cafes in Tokyo That You Should Check Out

Japan never fails to impress when it comes to unique and interesting cafes. Recently, flower cafes have been gaining popularity – a combination of a flower shop and a cafe where customers can relax amidst beautiful and fragrant flowers. There are a lot of flower cafes in Tokyo alone and here are four of them!…

Limited Time in Tokyo? Here’s a 1-Day Suginami Itinerary You Can Follow

Here is your dilemma: You have less than 24 hours to spend in Tokyo. With so many activities you are thinking of doing, you seem to be unable to narrow down your choices. At times like these, it is good to remember the famous saying, “Take the road less traveled.” With that said, you’ll be…

3 Beautiful Illuminations to Check Out in Tokyo This Winter 2017-2018

As December descends upon us and the end of 2017 quickly approaches, various winter illuminations around Tokyo have begun. Here is a list of three illumination events that you may want to check out this winter. These illuminations, in particular, will be on display until the beginning of 2018 so you have ample of time…

Catch the Stage Play Adaptation of This Award-Winning Manga in February 2018!

Koshien is the ultimate dream of every high school baseball team in Japan. Witness the birth of the Nishiura High School Baseball Team and its ace in the stage play adaptation of manga series Ookiku Furikabutte, or Big Windup! in English, in February 2018! Big Windup! 【出演情報2】舞台 「おおきく振りかぶって」に出演させて頂きます! 三星学園"畠 篤史"役で出演させて頂きます! 自身も野球を七年やっていました!経験を生かせるよう精一杯努めます!#おお振り #畠篤史#三星学園 https://t.co/0hRZOFvyNU pic.twitter.com/njuJUNV40G —…

Welcome the New Year by Joining This Fox Parade at the Oji Inari Shrine in Tokyo!

It is said that human beings and foxes lived together in the olden times. Foxes are depicted as intelligent creatures that have the ability to trick others or act as faithful guardians. The latter is the reason why there are many Japanese shrines dedicated to the deity of foxes. One example is Oji Inari Shrine,…
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