January 19, 2018

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  • Koinobori Collection at Tokyo Midtown Park

    Between April 22nd and May 8th, koinobori designed by various artists, children, and students of art universties  can be seen at Tokyo Midtown Park in Roppongi. More than 100 Koinobori with unique and creative designs…

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  • New Semester Begins

    For most Japanese schools, April is the beginning of the spring semester. Traditionally, the new semester begins on the Monday of the second week of April. This is when the entrance ceremony for freshmen will be held.…

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  • Flower Garden 2016

    Between April 2 and 24, Flower Garden 2016 will be held at Red Brick Warehouse in Yokohama.      

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  • Ume Blossom Festival at Yushima Tengu Shrine

    Between February 8th and March 8th, the Ume Blossom Festival will be held in Yushima Tengu Shrine in Bunkyo-ku Tokyo. Ume is a flower that is similar to the cherry blossom, however it blooms earlier…

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  • Tsurishi Bina at Kayu No Sato

    As part of the celebration of the Hina Matsuri festival, Tsurushi Bina is displayed at Kakyu No Sato in Konosu city, Saitama. Tsurusu (つるす)is a Japanese word meaning "to hang", and during the tsurushi bina festival,…

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  • The Tallest Hira Doll Pyramids In Japan

    The Hinamatsuri festival is a festival celebrated yearly on March 3rd in Japan.On this day, every household with a female child decorate hina dolls to pray for the girls health and happiness. Konosu city in…

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  • Sakura Blossom & Strawberry Drinks by Starbucks

    Between February 15th and March 15th, Starbucks Japan is offering the Sakura Blossom & Strawberry Frappuccino and Sakura Blossom & Strawberry Latte. Sakura is a Japanese word meaning cherry blossom, and Starbucks sells sakura flavored drinks…

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