May 2015 Archive.


Hasta el 28 de Junio se puede visitar en el Museo de arte Mori la Exposición "Star Wars Visions".

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Este museo se encuentra en los pisos de arriba de la torre Mori en Roppongi Hills, así que además de disfrutar de la exposición se pueden ver unas estupendas vistas del centro de Tokio.

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Recomiendo visitarla entre semana ya que parece ser que durantes los fines de semanas hay tanto público que se forman colas para poder entrar.


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Posted by: Manuel (May 31, 2015 2:25 PM) | Permalink

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Hi, I'm Shun from Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro^^ How's it going?

This time, I would like to introduce my favorite British bar at Ueno(Warrior Celt)^^

It was the first time for me to go there but my friend, Ben asked me to get there to grab some beer^^

He is an Australian guy who I met at outside of a tiny bar at Design Festa Gallery^^

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Posted by: trainee (May 29, 2015 6:30 PM) | Permalink

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Do you know this little adorable statue?

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If you live in Japan, you might have seen these cuties.
They are called Ojizou san(sama).
They are made as representative of a traveler's guardian deity.
People often make offering to Ojizou san.


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Posted by: Daichi (May 27, 2015 5:29 AM) | Permalink

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Hello, it's Tomo.

I've been introducing VERY exciting city,
my hometown, Yokosuka. I know, I know, it's not a city with a lot of excitement, and this would be the last one to write about it.


Yokosuka is located at the center of the Miura Peninsula.

West side of the Peninsula is the Tokyo Bay, and the other side of the bay is Chiba.

You can drive over the bay, by going through the "Tokyo Bay Aqua Line". Or of course, you can use trains go around the bay.

BUT, there is another, and easier way to go over the bay. (I'm not so sure if you were interested or not.. Maybe not..)

There's a Ferry!!

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Yes, the white dot in the center of the picture, that's the one!!


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Posted by: Tomo O. (May 24, 2015 12:50 AM) | Permalink

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