[Asakusa] TCGC Asakusa Walking Tour & Sushi Roll Party (宿泊者限定 Hotel/House Guests Only)

[Asakusa] TCGC Asakusa Walking Tour & Sushi Roll Party (宿泊者限定 Hotel/House Guests Only)

Hello! How are you today? On March 9th, there is “Asakusa walking tour &Sushi roll party”. We are waiting for your participation. Please check below!   [Asakusa] TCGC Asakusa Walking Tour & Sushi Roll Party (宿泊者限定 Hotel/House Guests Only) Day : 2014/ Mar / 09(Sun) from AM 10:45 to PM 02:30 Fee : JPY 500 [...]

Statues Everywhere

Statues Everywhere

If you have spent at least a day or so taking a walk in Tokyo, you probably noticed one thing. Statues are everywhere! Let’s see how many of them you recognize and if you can tell where each of them is located. #1: A dog Probably the most famous dog in Japan. The heartbreaking story [...]

Heavy snow and rain that is hitting Tokyo area again.

Heavy snow and rain that is hitting Tokyo area again.

The heavy snow and rain that is hitting Tokyo area again. In Tokyo, the snowstorm is expected to continue until today morning (Feb. 15th). Please note that trains and subways, and other transportation services will be delayed. Please WATCH YOUR STEP if you are outside. Some roads may get slippery. Please KEEP the heater TEMPERATURE [...]

Valentine’s Day in Japan : More than just a box of chocolates

Valentine’s Day in Japan : More than just a box of chocolates

Konnichi wa ! Today is February the 14th, Valentine’s Day ! A day long awaited by women, feared by men, sometimes even hated by both… This special day is of French origin and was introduced in Japan by trade route in the late 50s, like many others Western traditions. In many Western countries, Valentine’s Day [...]

Abiko – The City by the Lake

Abiko – The City by the Lake

Abiko is a small city in the Chiba Prefecture that boasts a large scenic lake (Teganuma lake), a planetarium (with free entry) as well as a rich Bird Museum. If you are looking for some time-out in semi-wilderness, within an hour’s ride from Tokyo, Abiko city is a good recommendation. The Teganuma Lake is a [...]

Imperial Palace Tour on February 16th

Imperial Palace Tour on February 16th

Hello! How are you today? We have already informed you that there is Imperial Palace Tour on February 16th. This event will be limited to 25 persons and there is still a few availability left. If you are interested in it,  please contact Sakura Hotel Jimbocho as soon as possible. ——————————————————————————————————–I Day : 2014/ Feb / 16(Sun) [...]

Let’s get on a ship to Izu island!!!

3/15 – 3/16『Discover Izu-Oshima』Journey of Camellia (2.5 days) Posted by earthcamp on Jan 6, 2014 in Schedule List, Uncategorized | 0 comments   Discover the island of Izu Oshima  −  a volcanic island in Tokyo, full of beauty and wilderness where the only desert in Japan lies. Camellia  – or “tsubaki” –  the symbolic and [...]

Sakura House welcomes you back to Ota-ku Omori !

Sakura House welcomes you back to Ota-ku Omori !

Sakura House Omori has been a popular share house for those working and studying around Shinagawa & kawasaki area, http://www.sakura-house.com/en/B00109/room The house was under renovation for couple of months, and now is all ready for our friends to move-back! New comers are of course welcome too. If you are looking for a furnished monthly room [...]

The heavy snow that is currently hitting Tokyo area.

The heavy snow that is currently hitting Tokyo area.

The heavy snow that is currently hitting Tokyo area. In Tokyo, the snowstorm is expected to continue until tomorrow morning (Feb. 9th). Please note that trains and subways, and other transportation services will be delayed. Please WATCH YOUR STEP if you are outside. Some roads may get slippery. Please KEEP the heater TEMPERATURE BELOW 23 C [...]

Japan & the 2014 winter Olympic Games in Sochi

Japan & the 2014 winter Olympic Games in Sochi

Shinzo Abe, Japanese prime minister, is expected to attend the opening ceremony of the winter Games that are starting today in Sochi (February 7th to 23rd 2014). Security fears, delays to preparation as well as numerous calls of boycott for human rights outrages have overshadowed the build-up to the costliest Olympic games in history. So [...]