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21_21 DESIGN SIGHT: “Rule?”

There is an urgency in growing conscious of the rules and norms in society. A team of three reputable and esteemed directors-legal expert Tasuku Mizuno, cognitive designer Syunichi Suge and curator Miyuki Tanaka-will be combining their individual perspectives to explore…

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Tokyo LoveHotels Vol.20: #SENDMYLOVE

Tokyo LoveHotels is back at it again with their 20th event, themed #SENDMYLOVE at the always snazzy Sankeys PENTHOUSE in Harajuku. Come for a entertaining evening of art, music and creativity from Tokyo’s most talented and rising creatives. This iteration…

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Monet: Questioning Nature

※Due to the ongoing situation with the COVID-19, events and opening hours are subject to change. Visit the official website for the latest news and updates.  This exhibition at the recently renovated Artizon Museum features paintings from the Musee D’Orsay…

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Tokyo Rainbow Pride Festival 2021

Everyone knows the annual Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade never disappoints, and the energetic weekend-long celebration finally returns after its hiatus last year. Supporters prepare for the march in — true to its name — floats and costumes as colorful as…

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Kameido Tenjin Shrine Wisteria Festival 2021

From late April to early May, the weeping wisteria appears in full bloom in Tokyo, and visitors flock over the lavender-colored flower from the best place—the Kameido Tenjin Shrine. Hanging from the trellises of the historic landmark, the wisteria vines…

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Wagashi Workshop

At this EASTWORKS wagashi workshop, visitors get to create three kinds of Traditional Japanese dried sweets (Higasih/干菓子) – Rakugan(落雁), Kohakuto(琥珀糖), and Tsuyaboshi Kingyoku(艶干し錦玉). Design your very own Japanese sweets with your favorite color and flavors. Even beginners can enjoy making…

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Wanwan Carnival 2021

The Wanwan Carnival is a weekend-long haven for every dog lover living in Tokyo. From canine fashions to on-the-spot dog grooming, the Wanwan Carnival is an event that attracts everyone to bring their four-legged best friends. There are also training…

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Kurayami Matsuri 2021

Centered in Fuchu, the is one of the oldest of its kind in Tokyo. Every year, portable shrines known as mikoshi are carried around, but only in darkness to allow the gods’ divine spirit to remain unseen—hence the name kurayami…

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