真冬の風物詩、アイススケート。なんと、東京都心に屋外のアイススケートリンクがあるというのです。場所は六本木の東京ミッドタウン。MIDTOWN ICE RINK in Roppongiでお買い物の合間に楽しんできました。
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About three months since the Taiwanese beloved "Eslite Bookstore" opened in Japan as "eslite spectrum nihonbashi". We have interview focused on the atmosphere of the store to popular products and experiences, and the differences from the shops in Taiwan. This is an adventure to the genuine articles that attracts both Japanese fans who know the classic bookstore and new fans of them.
Let us go to Tokyo for this year's Spring Festival! Bet there are many people who are considering that. But where do you want go to among the many sightseeing spots? Shibuya is an indispensable spot for Tokyo sightseeing. Here are some places recommended by people who are used to hang out in Shibuya, where you can enjoy a fresh date. Shop, eat and experience it here! This is the new “Shibuya PARCO” where a “new culture” can be found.
We have established a fruit cutting class at Shinjuku Takano, a Japanese leading department store which exclusively deals with luxury fruits. We made fruit tarts for Christmas with carefully selected luxury seasonal fruits and cut them in ways they look good and delicious. The tarts look perfect and photogenic with delicious colorful fruits.
Kyushu’s Festivals and experiences
This time we will present some carefully selected simple Japanese phrases, that will make your trip to Japan more comfortable and enjoyable! Useful phrases to ask about meals, taking pictures and public transportation on your journey. Please use them in different situations.
It can be an anxious period for babies when tooth are starting to grow and when gums become really uncomfortable. Babies during this time tend to put anything into their mouths to ease the uncomfortable feeling and due to their curiosity. We recommend the perfect toy that moms could be relieved and babies would be happy with. It has become a popular topic among mothers with children. Why don't have a try on it when you come to Japan?
What kind of things do Japanese people usually use in their lives and how do they live their lives? In "My favorite thing" series, we will present the "Story of things" from people of various professions. In the memorable first article, we will introduce the “favorite thing” from Mr. Shiobara from Yamanenen, a teahouse that has been established for over 60 years.
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