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Kamakura Kanko Strawberry Farm

Winter and early spring means Japanese strawberry season. Starting from December to late April various farms throughout the country hold strawberry picking events for visitors to (at fixed price and often for a limited time-span) pick and taste as many strawberries…

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Number Girl Japan Tour

First formed in 1995, Fukuoka-based indie rock legends Number Girl have been hitting headlines ever since they reunited at Rising Sun Rock Festival earlier this year. Back on the road, their particular genre-bending, guitar driven pulse will be making its way…

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Night Tempo Japan Tour

After a stunning perform in the Red Marquee at this year’s Fuji Rock Festival, South Korean DJ Night Tempo will be taking his own brand of “future funk” City Pop on tour throughout Japan, finally coming to Shibuya’s famous WOMB to round…

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Adriana Oliver: Ordinary People

This is Adriana Oliver’s first solo show in Japan and the concept is a representation of ordinary people. Done in a plain manner, the painting style winks to 50s and 60s analog photography and cinematography. Exploring social expectations of color and…

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Bloch Schelomo, NHK, Altstaedt Suzuki

Messiaen Les offrandes oubliées Bloch “Schelomo,” rapsodie hébraïque Corelli Concerto grosso No.8 G-Minor“Fatto per la notte di Natale” Mendelssohn Symphony No. 5 D Major Op. 107 “Reformation” Masato Suzuki, conductor Nicolas Altstaedt, cello Find Tickets: http://www.nhkso.or.jp/index.php

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Bloch Schelomo, NHK, Altstaedt, Suzuki

Messiaen Les offrandes oubliées Bloch “Schelomo,” rapsodie hébraïque Corelli Concerto grosso No.8 G-Minor“Fatto per la notte di Natale” Mendelssohn Symphony No. 5 D Major Op. 107 “Reformation” Masato Suzuki, conductor Nicolas Altstaedt, cello Find Tickets: http://www.nhkso.or.jp/en/concert/concert_detail.php?id=989

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Akira Art of Wall: Otomo Katsuhiro × Kosuke Kawamura

With a strong fanbase ever since its first publication in 1982, the seinen manga Akira continues to fascinate people of all ages. Until December 16 recently renewed Shibuya Parco‘s 4th floor stations a huge collage by artist Kosuke Kawamura. The…

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Shibuya Halloween Festival

Any events column this month without Tokyo’s biggest and craziest party would be inexcusably incomplete. Taking place at Shibuya’s fabled “Scramble Crossroads” and stretching seemingly infinitely outwards, the annual Halloween festivities see upwards of over one million costumed partygoers gather…

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Kawasaki Halloween and Pride Parade

Although a little far out from the center of Tokyo, the Kawasaki Halloween Parade is always well worth the journey. With 2500 costume-clad participants and over 120,000 spectators flocking to the JR Kawasaki Station area, it’s the largest parade of…

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Hibiya Cinema Festival

The Hibiya Cinema Festival is returning this fall to Tokyo. The outdoor cinema, the festival’s venue, is located at the Hibiya Steps Square and will screen various Japanese and International films. Cozy up in the cool autumn breeze and watch a free movie…

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