beer garden

Join the Biggest Beer Garden Event at Tokyo’s Hibiya Park This May 2018!

The biggest beer garden event will be held at Tokyo’s Hibiya Park in May 2018. Various kinds of beer and liquor will be served, paired with authentic dishes from different countries. There will also be live music performances as the event aims to provide a comfortable space for people to enjoy drinking delicious alcohol in…

Travel Back in Time to the Showa Era with This All-You-Can-Drink Event in Tokyo

The Showa period in Japan is said to have been a time of enlightened peace and harmony. A radical change occurred in the country after being defeated in World War II. Japan was occupied by foreign powers which transformed the country into a democracy. It also resulted in economic growth which rapidly made the country…

How Different are Japanese Beer Gardens From the Rest of the World?

Summer season is the perfect time for beer gardens in Japan. So many people drink beer while being surrounded by traditional festival lanterns that sway in the summer air. But do you know that the concept of beer gardens in Japan is way different from the rest of the world? Let’s try to see why.…

Kyoto Tower, Majestic Landmark of Kyoto

The city of Kyoto is famous for being the old capital of Japan and for being the centre of tradition with hundreds of shrines and temples, geisha and maiko and world heritage sites. However, one of the biggest landmarks in Kyoto is from a much more recent time. flickr.com/ Kyoto tower was built in the…

Enjoy your cold beer in the best Beer Gardens of Tokyo!

In summertime, beer is very popular among the Japanese. Only in summer, some restaurants open special facilities that serve beer. It is normally open air spaces or rooftops. However, these facilities also serve non-alcohol beverages for those who don’t drink beer. So let’s enjoy Japanese summer at its beer gardens! As a metropolitan city, Tokyo…

Sapporo Summer Festival, Non-Stop Summer Fun!

Sapporo Summer Fest is one of the most popular festivals in Sapporo which attracts more than one million visitors every year. The festival runs about a month from July to August. Many events are held during the festival, such as a Hokkaido Bon Odori dance, the Sapporo Bazaar antique fair, music and Jazz shows, firework…