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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Koraku-En Part II

We first visited Koishikawa Koraku-en back in 2009, but we never had the chance to offer you the second part of our video tour, and please accept our apologizes for that! Luckily for you and thanks to Steph, 3 years later, you will fin[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Koraku-En Part II

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Where do nature and technology come together?

If you want to have a beautiful garden, but don’t have green thumbs, there is a new technology by NNT Docomo being released to help. In a world where technology has helped free up precious cognitive power by helping us out with s[...]
Where do nature and technology come together?
Where do nature and technology come together?

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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Hama-rikyu Gardens

Close to Shiodome City and stuck between Tokyo Bays and a wall of tall buildings and Hotels there is huge garden built on reclaimed landed, the Hama-Rikyu Gardens. If I agree that such garden is a breath of air in the center of Tokyo a[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Hama-rikyu Gardens
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Koishikawa Koraku-en Part I

Close to Iidabashi, Tokyo’s “French” district, and just a few stations away from Akihabara, there’s a hidden (but HUGE) park named Koishikawa Koraku-en. Built in 1629 by Yorifusa and finished many years later by Mitsukimi, [...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Koishikawa Koraku-en Part I

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Get Your Own USB Japanese Style Garden

There’s nothing better than a Zen garden for cooling you down, and if you’re working in a creepy office box… We may have just the ideal thing to cheer you up, a gorgeous USB powered Japanese garden with a little fountain… W[...]
Get Your Own USB Japanese Style Garden
Get Your Own USB Japanese Style GardenGet Your Own USB Japanese Style Garden

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