The sky above Rinko Park in the skyscraper strewn district of Minato mirai will be blasted with 15,000 fireworks. Included in the projectiles hurled over the bay will be one with a blast radius of 450 metres.
With the Minato Mirai skyline, there will be lots of chances to get that photo of fireworks exploding next to Japan’s tallest office tower.
2016 was the last year in which this event was held. The organisers announced after the event that it would not continue in 2017.
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 […]
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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 […]
Code Chrysalis CTO and Co-Founder Yan will be giving an interactive workshop aimed at beginners interested in coding. At this event, you will learn: what a program is and what programming is why coding can be so tough some of […]
After a brief hiatus in preparation for a new venue, the 11th Art Book Fair is to be held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo. The Tokyo Art Book Fair gathers over 300 exhibitors from around the world. […]