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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Happo-en

Here you are, once again, one of Tokyo’s finest hidden parks, Happo-en. Lost in the middle of Tokyo and located in Shirokane, Happo-en with its gorgeous Japanese Garden, Tea Ceremony houses and traditional Japanese house, is a dedicate[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Rinshin No Mori

A few minutes away by walk from Musashi-Koyama, Rinshi No Mori is one of these typical Japanese public parks where kids comes to play with parents, enjoy playing baseball and where adults comes to jog a little. Nothing particular at Ri[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Meiji Jingu Shrine

By far the most popular and known Shrine in Tokyo. Just behind the Harajuku Train station and in the center of Tokyo, the Meiji Jingu Shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji who died in 1912. Meiji Jingu is a real beauty, not only the shr[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Meiji Jingu Shrine
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Omori Kaigan Kouen

Just a few blocks away from our Office in Japan, and from Nismo HQ, there is a little public park lost between buildings, Highways and so on. The park by itself has nothing really special, however, the people visiting the park is the m[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Tamagawa Koen

Today will be a little different, of course you should enjoy the little video we made, but I will try giving you a bit of historical background. Tamagawa Koen is a public park anyone can enjoy for free, and it has quite a history. It o[...]
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Ninjas are Back in Town!

Thanks to Bandai Namco, the Asakusa neighbourhood in Tokyo is ready to welcome the Ninjas again as the Hanayashiki Amusement Park yesterday unveiled this new attraction … Of course we were there to check it out! You know Bandai N[...]
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