Area: Kanto > Tokyo
The festival is held from Saturday, February 11th – Sunday, March 5th in peak plum blossom season.
February 11, 2017
The theme is Dragon Ball and just like the anime, there are lots of prizes for those who collect the Dragon Balls—in this case the stamps.
February 8, 2017
For the first time since their creation in the Heian period (794-1192), the twenty Buddhist statues that have been preserved at Rakuyaji Temple (Koka City, Shiga Prefecture) were displayed to the public at the Tokyo National Museum in Ueno in an exhibit titled The Secret Buddha of Rakuyaji. The statues at the Hidden Buddha of Rakuyaji exhibit at the Tokyo National Museum in Ueno were truly an experience that someone outside of a religious field would normally be unable to experience.
January 17, 2017
With each picture being 3 meters high, you would feel like being inside a Meiji Period picture book!
January 2, 2017
From past to present, the products labelled as “Made in Japan” are undoubtedly recognized as high-quality products. In this article, I will introduce two new and innovative vehicles developed by top Japanese automobile companies that you can only test drive in Odaiba.
November 26, 2016
Have you ever imagined there’s a museum displaying a wide range of toys? Surprisingly, there are a huge number of Japanese and overseas toys displayed at an elementary school!
November 23, 2016