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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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Noh Theater by Firelight

Get a taste of traditional Japanese theater and music at outdoor Noh plays by firelight. See Living National Treasures perform at Oyama Afuri Shrine in Isehara, Kanagawa (90 mins from Shinjuku). English support (headsets and guidebooks) provided.   Oct 2:…

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PAWS Volunteer Orientation

PAWS (Pets Are Worth Saving) is a non-profit, 100 percent volunteer-operated animal shelter that continuously fights to give each animal that comes through its doors a beautiful and long life. Based in Yokosuka Naval Base, the shelter always has opportunities…

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Matsumoto Zoku Live2019

Matsumoto Zoku, Live at Cinema amigo in Zushi Kanagawa. There is not far from Tokyo and good nature with the view of Mt.Fuji and sea. So we recommend seeing the sunset from Zushi beach The event place is very close…

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Mt. Oyama Tofu—¥5,000 TICKET LOTTERY

Read our travel guide “Mt. Oyama: Hiking and history on a sacred mountain” in the Metropolis May print issue. Tofu is Oyama’s most famous local product and is closely tied to the area’s geography and history. Pilgrimage groups traditionally paid for their…

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