Now extended three months, until March 15th, The Edo Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum will be showing the Jiburi no Rittai Kenzou Butsuten, a 3D architectural exhibition of buildings in various Japanese Ghibli stories. The buildings replicated will be those from the Ghiblis, ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’, ‘From Up On Poppy Hill’, ‘Spirited Away’, ‘Whisper of the Heart’ and ‘My Neighbor Totoro’.
Wondering where you can watch the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ in Tokyo? Some of those kick-off times are a killer, but you’ll be surprised to learn that many places will still be showing the games. Below are a number […]
Tokyo is filled with interesting and unique manhole covers — just take a look at our guide dedicated on the subject. Get a tour of these manholes and explore all 62 municipalities and wards at the same time by participating […]
Kat Nip is a Polish stand-up comedian based in Berlin. She has performed all over the world: Cape Town, London, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Vienna, and Bangkok to name a city or two. Kat’s been called a ‘Polish Joan Rivers’, ‘joke kalashnikov’, […]
This festival promises to be Japan’s biggest Philippines event of the year. Taking place in Yoyogi Park, this Philippines Embassy-supported festival will feature domestic entertainers as well as those flown in from the Philippines. Given the large Filipino population in […]