It is easy to miss that there is a "Kaldi Coffee Farm" on the bottom floor of Wing east (Shinagawa station, Takanawa exit). After going down the escalators just take a left and you will find it hidden in the corner. As the name suggest, it has a lot of varieties of coffee and coffee beans but you will be surprised what you are able to find when it comes to international confectionaries and foods. They always manage to make there stores very cosy and they normally give you a small cup of coffee before entering the store. It is a small store but you can find yourself spending way more time than you first intended.
Many international brands for cookies, chocolate, nuts, pasta, olives, olive oils, honey etc. are represented. You might even be lucky to find that thing you were craving but did not think you could get in Japan. They also have a small wine selection where you can find some good bargains so check that in too!
you want to join a really nice French restaurant in Ginza,
how about going to the “Dominique Bouchet Tokyo”
Dominique Bouchet’s career, from the famous Tour d’Argent
to the prestigious Hôtel Crillon and after having founded his own businesses,
is remarkable. His cuisine, which emphasizes the product, is sincere, inventive
and intelligent, considered and perfectly mastered.
Hope you have amazing French dinner with your family or
friends in Ginza!!
Japans different prefectures gathers and bring their culture to Tokyo. You get the opportunity to experience the prefectures' festivities and food, but also saké, local beers etc. Large recreations of famous festivals can be seen while enjoying food and drinks from all over Japan. It takes place at Tokyo Dome in central Tokyo and the last day is this Sunday so don't miss it!
Open Jan 10-19 2014
Time Fri 10: 11am-9pm Sat 11-Mon 13, Sat 18: 10am-8pm Tue 14-Thu 16: 10am-7pm Fri 17: 10am-9pm Sun 19: 10am-6pm
We are now close to 2014 and we are hoping for a white Christmas in Tokyo!
Today Team Takanawa is getting into the Christmas spirit decorating the Christmas tree at BUREAU Takanawa. We hope that everyone are looking forward to Christmas and New Year as much as we do :)
In the end of November Tokyo is having its 23rd Tokyo Motor show.
The show includes passenger cars, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, vehicle bodies, parts, machinery & tools, and automobile-related
The organizers theme "Smart
mobility city" seems to be a continuing theme from the 42nd Tokyo Motor show in 2011. The exhibition is said to,
"...let you experience the future society and lifestyles –
created through the collaboration among automobile manufactures, housing,
telecommunications, various industries and research organizations."
You can read more about Smart mobility city here:
is normally more concept cars than actual production car introductions
which is the reason why the auto press see the show as one of the motorshow's
big five (along with Detroit, Geneva, Frankfurt and Paris).
When: November 23 (Sat.) - December 1 (Sun.)
(Nov. 20 - 22 being press/special guests days)
Where: Tokyo Big Sight (3-11-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo)
Have you got any plans for this weekend we have 3 days off from sat-mon day yeahh If you are still looking for something to do here is a recommendation.
There is a big festival ( MATSURI 祭り) in Asakusa called TORI NO ICHI 酉の市on sanday ( 3rd of November ) It is a famous annual event in November and it has been held since the Edo Period (( long time !!))
Tori no Ichi is held at temple of TORI(Juzaisan Chokoku-ji) in Asakusa People visit there wish for a health,food fortune and good busi
There will be about 500 shops openning (( like open air market )) around the area
This weekend we can proudly present 2013's Noge Autumn Street Performance Festival, taking place right in B-SITE Yokohama's neighbourhood,
The festival offers street performers from both Japan and abroud. Street theater, juggling, dance and music performances are some of the things you can expect to see.
It will be held between 11 am and 4 pm on Saturday (5th) and Sunday (6th). The best way to reach the Noge-district is by getting off at Sakuragicho station, take the exit to the right, go down the stairs to the underground passage and get out at exit 2B.