Get lost in Art Deco at the Tokyo Metropolitan Teian Art Museum’s Exotic Modern exhibition. The exhibition explores the influence of “exotic” cultures on art and fashion in early 20th century France, and features clothing, sculpture, painting, jewelry, posters, and more. The museum itself is an homage to Art Deco, a mansion built in 1933 for Prince Asaka, who lived for a time in France and loved the style. The museum is set in a large garden and admission includes access. The museum is covered under the Grutto Pass.
For nearly a decade now, This&That Café has been an opportunity for creative minds to converge and collaborate. People come for the art, the music, the good vibes, and the serendipitous interactions. It seems like ages since we have been […]
The Kamakura Fireworks Festival takes place at Yuigahama on the coast of Kamakura City. This would probably be a good finish to a day trip to the area to either enjoy the beach or visit the various historic temples and […]
ØL Oslo Brewing Co., a Norwegian craft beer, is hosting Tokyo Jokeyo, an open-mic English-language standup comedy show in Shibuya. Oslo Brewing Co. is just a short walk from Shibuya train station. Get in touch via their Facebook page or […]
This is the big daddy of summer fireworks festivals in Tokyo. The Sumida River Fireworks show kicks off at 7pm and runs for a full 90 minutes. This festival attracts massive crowds. Check out our guide to surviving the Sumidagawa Fireworks […]
Peruse over 100 shops offering antiques and vintage items from Japan and afar alongside handicrafts, accessories, fine art, organic foods and plants. Held in the green surrounds of Shibuya Garden Tower’s gardens, the market offers a relaxed Sunday spot for […]