An intriguing dive into the world of Japan’s Game Centers by Tokyo photographer, Victor Gonzalez. Known on instagram as Frame of Travel, Gonzalez explores Japan through a neon lens, spotting beauty in the everyday scenes often bypassed by others. This exhibition focuses on the game centers found in small towns and city sidestreets alike—sought out by patrons in search of a nostalgic hit.
A new generation of underground artists are reconceptualizing the avant-garde and for two days their creative works are on display for the world to enjoy. Tokyo Art Tank provides a vast and eclectic body of work that is enjoyable for […]
Taking place either in Nakano or Ikebukuro, this small flea market is punted at the ladies, though, in our experience, can be a good time for all genders. Check it out for previously-loved clothing, crafts, antiques, and all sorts of […]
Outdoor drinking, German-style eats, and lively music — Oktoberfest is back in town! For 10 days, you and your boozehound friends can hit up Hibiya Park to try various local and German beers. The admission fee includes an original drinking […]
It’s rare to see a blue flower — let alone a whole field of them. But that’s the main attraction at Hitachi Seaside Park’s annual spring event, Flowering. The nemophila, also known as baby blue eyes or California blue bells, […]
This June, Tokyo Lift-Off returns — online — to celebrate the best that the independent film community in Japan and the rest of the world has to offer. The Lift-Off Global Network is committed to promoting global indie film, connecting […]