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[EVENT] SAKURA HOSTEL ASAKUSA – Wadaiko Drum Performance on May 16th, 2017

[EVENT] SAKURA HOSTEL ASAKUSA – Wadaiko Drum Performance on May 16th, 2017

On May 16th, Erika FUJII, a Japanese percussion player, will show us her breathtaking live performance at Sakura Hostel Asakusa. Japanese drums, wadaiko, sound so much like rumbling thunder that you feel it in your stomach! Enjoy her dramatic stage performance and fill yourself with excitement! ■ Date:  Tue, May 16th, 2017 ■ Time: from 19:00 to 20:00 ■ Venue: SAKURA HOSTEL ASAKUSA ■ Admission: FREE ■ Reservation not necessary ■ To join the event:  [email protected] *This is the event only for Sakura House Residents / Sakura Hotel & Hostel Customers.  

Imperial Palace Tour on 14th May!

Imperial Palace Tour on 14th May!

Have you ever been to the Imperial Palace? Our cool TCGC guide (Tokyo City Guide Club) are offering a free tour in the most popular garden of Tokyo! ^^ Come and enjoy with us this cool event! For more details: Enjoy the refreshing air of spring in Japan with a walk through the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace. ■Date:14th,May,2017(Sun) ■Fee:FREE ■Meeting up place:Sakura Hotel Jimbocho ■Meet up time:12:30PM ■Finis time:Around 15:30 Please reply to this [email protected] email with the following details to sign up. 【Necessary Information to Register 】 1.Names (All the participants) 2.Sakura House Name & Room# / Sakura Hotel & Hostel’s Name & Check-in Date 3.Telephone Number (if any in Japan) 4. Nationality/Gender (*This event is exclusively for Sakura House & Hotel’s customers.) Book now to join this fun event!!!

The Japanese Venice

Good evening minna-san! Which are your favorite spots to visit when traveling? Do you prefer the hyper-crowded places mentioned in every tourist guide, or maybe the hidden destinations without crowds of tourists? In my very personal opinion, the second ones are always the best! Well, recently i discovered that in Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture there is a place known as “The Venice of Japan” (!). I was a bit astonished, as Venice (the real one) is my hometown, and so i suddenly tried to find more informations about it. Finally, it seems that those few adventurous visitors who go there every year can find a row of 230 wooden boathouses constructed […]