Join us for day of watching the horse races from the Horse Owners Seats at Tokyo Racecourse and cocktails at the Hotel Continental Fuchu.
Live near Kameido Station on the infamous Chuo-Sobu line, one of the core train lines that goes through Tokyo. Kameido is located in the Koto, Tokyo area in the eastern section of the 23 wards.
Tokyo Game Show 2018 is held once a year and is one of the best opportunities to get to know the latest games that are coming out, the new projects that different Japanese companies are working on and to experience some of Japanese traditions. Held at the Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Chiba, Japan this is a great event to let your inner geek out.
When you come to Tokyo, what is one of the first spots you have to see? Definitely Harajuku! Tokyo’s crazy fashion center! But it’s not only the teenage culture that makes Harajuku interesting. You can see that on one side there is Japan’s cute side, but on the other, the traditional side.
Twice a year, hordes of anime and manga fan desend on Tokyo Big Sight to attend Comiket, a huge 3 day (soon to be 4 day) event that covers every aspect of Japanese Pop Culture. Since I am a fan of anime, manga and cosplay, I thought I’d share this event with you today.
Littered all around Tokyo are Maid Cafes, a staple in the Japanese pop culture world. These Maid Cafes in Japan can be found all over the country, but are most famous in the Anime and Manga capital, Akihabara, also known as Electric Town. If you’ve been to Japan, have you ever been to a Maid Cafe? If not you should try it at least once.
Today, I would to share a interesting area in Japan called Ibaraki, where I found the 3rd tallest statue in the World! A place a highly recommend as a day trip from Tokyo.
As a staff member, I have been involved in a lot of photography work for Sakura House and privately on my off days too. Just like many of you, I love to travel and take pictures of iconic place in Tokyo from a unique perspective.
Good day everybody! This is Chipa Mwenya, half Zambian and half Japanese bilingual staff at Sakura House. It’s getting hotter in Tokyo and more sunny days are appearing than rainy days, meaning that there are different kinds of events happening all over Tokyo. Since I am from Africa, I would like to share my recent experience at the African festival in Hibiya Park called the “Ima no Africa” which basically means Africa of Now. I was particularly interested in this event because, in the previous years, each time you had a African event, there was more emphasis put on the performance and art culture of Africa and not on the […]
When it rains in Japan,but you’re in a T-shirt, that only means one thing, it’s summertime! It’s no secret that Japan loves it’s specialty drinks, with new favours coming out every season, including some sakura-infused drinks, which I don’t completely understand, but hey, Japan. This season is no different for the range of new drinks appearing on store and convenience store selves. Coca-Cola in Japan are always looking for new ways to get customers to buy Coke. This year they have cashed in on the current trend in Japan, transparent versions of normal drinks. While you can’t see through the drink, it’s clear its not your average coke. Clear drinks […]