Thursday, 26 February 2015



Don’t you see such dolls in the store or TV commercial lately?

We Japanese have the Doll Festival “HINAMATSURI” on March 3rd. 

It’s the day to pray for healthy growth and happiness for young girls.

And also called “Momo no sekku” .

Momo means peach tree and it’s represents spring.


The custom of displaying dolls began during the Heian period.

Families live with young girls display doll sets and eat HISHIMOCHI(diamond shaped rice cake) , SAKURAMOCHIrice cake covered by SAKURA’s leafCHIRASHI –SUSHI and so on .

There are also boys festival in May.

We can eat another traditional food and sweet!!


Warmly regards :)



Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Louvre Museum: Scenes from Daily Life

Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer’s masterpiece “The Astronomer” (ca. 1668) has come to Japan for the first time, and it is accompanied by a selection of works from its usual home of the Louvre.

Paintings from High Renaissance period from Italy to England are in the exhibition.

Venue: The National Art Center, Tokyo

Address: 7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Date: Feb 21, 2015 to Jun 01, 2015
Time: 10a.m.- 6p.m. Fri. till 8p.m.
Price: 1,600


Friday, 20 February 2015

☆★Skull Chocolate★☆from Our Guest

Hi everyone! Valentine's Day is supposed to be overed... Not for us!! We received a Skull Chocolate from our guest at this morning(*^。^*)
Compartes Chocolate

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Japanese apricot in the HAMARIKYU

Hello : )

It’s cold today, isn’t it?

But spring is just around the bend.


We Japanese like flowers and nature for all four seasons.

Speaking of spring, we visualize Cherry blossom…and Japanese apricot!


Now is the best time to view Japanese apricot at HAMARIKYU near by BUREAU Ginza!

This garden is a typical Daimyo(Japanese feudal lord) garden in the Edo period with a tidal pond(Shioiri-no-Ike) and two wild-duck hunting sites(Kamoba). 

There are 130 Japanese apricots in the garden.

How about to feel coming of spring with beautiful Japanese apricots?
Have a nice day ;-)
1-1, Hama Rikyu-teien, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0046
Toei O-edo Line Shiodome Sta. E-19, Tsukiji-shijo Sta. E-18 or Yurikamome Shiodome Sta. (7 minutes on foot)
JR or Tokyo Metro Ginza Line/Toei Asakusa Line, Shimbashi Sta. (10 minutes on foot) G-08, A-10
Boat: Suijo Bus (Asakusa
Hama-rikyu Garden Office Tel: 03-3541-0200

Friday, 13 February 2015

A taste of Newyork on your Valentine.

The "Breakfast Queen of Newyork" Sarabeth has now been serving the delicious french toast and pancakes here in Tokyo. Zagat Survey has chosen Sarabeth's as the "No.1 Dessert Restaurant in Newyork". This Special Valentine's menu "Chocolate Explosion" is a must have item which is only going to be served in Daikanyama Store. Don't forget to surprise your loved one this Valentine with Sarabeth's specialties.


Sarabeth's Shinjuku

LUMINE SHINJUKU LUMINE2, 2nd Floor, 3-38-2, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Sarabeth's Daikanyama

T-SITE Station, 2F, 1-35-17 Ebisu-Nishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Sarabeth's Shinagawa

4F atre Shinagawa, 2-18-1 Kōnan, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Thursday, 12 February 2015

Happy Valentine's day

Hello ;)

It is a lovely day outside.
Valentine’s is coming up.
Every country has different custom.
Here in Japan Valentine is a big event for women
Normally women give chocolate to men she likes.
Also there are so-called GIRICHOKO (give it to colleagues) and TOMOCHOKO( giving it to friends)

In short, we love shopping and love giving gift ;)

If you go to department stores you see lots of chocolates so many kinds !!!
If you are addicted to chocolates you would have fun to see and try some samples ;)
Nearest from BUREAU GINZA
You could got to Mithukoshi department store ;)
They are holding special event for the valentines until 14th Feb




Bye for now.



Tuesday, 10 February 2015

One of the recommended restaurants in Shinagawa "KIZI"

"KIZI" is one of the most popular okonomiyaki restaurants in Osaka. Fortunately, we can try the taste in Shinagawa Front building which is at 3 minute walk from BUREAU Shinagawa across the bridge heading to Shinagawa station. If you are looking for next Japanese food to try and you haven't had okonomiyaki at this restaurant, it is worthy to try at least once!!!

Monday, 9 February 2015

Hiroshima Spring Oyster Festival

Oyster Spring festival is back again with fresh arriving from Hiroshima. The delicious and fresh taste of  oyster from hiroshima is here in tokyo. Grilled, fried and many varieties of oyster, including different selection of beer and Japanese sake are being served at festival.


Open : Feb 21 - April 5

Time : Mon-Fri 11am-9pm (last orders at 8.30pm), Sat, Sun & holidays 10am-9pm

Venue : Okubo Park Theatre Park
Address 2-43 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Transport : Shinjuku Station; Seibu-Shinjuku Station

★★★Rose from our guest★★★

Thank you for a beautiful rose! Valentine's Day is coming soon(*^。^*)

Thursday, 5 February 2015

Have some hot sake

Hello everyone!!

February is the coldest month in Japan. I hope you aren’t catching a cold.


Have you ever tried  “Atsukan” ?






Atsukan is hot“Sake”(It’s Japanese national liquor made by fermenting rice.)

It’s warmed up to around 50 decrease and the flavor become stronger.

Fleezing days like today we Japanese love to drink it to warm the body up!






There are a lot of Japanese restaurants where you can try Atsukan around the BEREAU GINZAJ

Why don’t you spend this winter in Japanese style?



Warmly regards :)





❤❤❤Ready for a Valentine's Day???❤❤❤

Hello girls!Are you ready for a Valentine's Day???
Enjoy for picking up some chocolate for your special one(^・^)v

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

★★What's SETSUBUN??★★

Setsubun ("seasonal division") is a festival held on February 3 or 4, one day before the start of spring according to the Japanese lunar calendar. Setsubun is not a national holiday. For many centuries, the people of Japan have been performing rituals with the purpose of chasing away evil spirits at the start of spring. Around the 13th century, for example, it became a custom to drive away evil spirits by the strong smell of burning dried sardine heads, the smoke of burning wood and the noise of drums. While this custom is not popular anymore, a few people still decorate their house entrances with fish heads and holy tree leaves in order to deter evil spirits from entering. In modern days, the most commonly performed setsubun ritual is the throwing of roasted beans around one's house and at temples and shrines across the country. When throwing the beans, you are supposed to shout "Oni wa soto! Fuku wa uchi!" ("Devils out, happiness in"). Afterwards you should pick up and eat the number of beans, which corresponds to your age. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・Anyway.Enjoy your SETSUBUN(*^。^*)

Friday, 30 January 2015

Yokohama Strawberry Festival (Jan 30 to Feb 1)
横浜赤レンガ倉庫ストロベリーフェスティバル 開催 

 This time of year strawberry festival is back in Yokohama with more variety to offer. Strawberry from allover japan are on festival with variety of other strawberry delicacy from sweets to cake, jam, drinks and patisseries. Since this being a one time a year event, it is a must go for people who love strawberries.

Access: By Train : Minato Mirai Line Bashamichi Station Exit 6, 6-minute walk

Venue: Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse events plaza

Date: January 30, 2015 (Friday) - February 1 (Sun) 11: 00 ~ 18: 00 ※ rain or shine

Shinjuku Terrace City Illumination 

Illumination in Japan is a popular theme. Shinjuku Southern terrace hosts the illumination up to Odakyu group tower and the towards the west exit area. This year theme is "town of glittering lights" with trees, pathways and rooftop decorated with beautiful illuminations. The decoration is mostly colored with golden lights which are equipped with touchable sensors that activate a special audiovisual show. 

A walk through the terrace garden might inspire your spirits around the snowy cold holidays. 

Oedo Onsen Monogatari

Enjoy the Japanese Beauty of Onsen at Oedo Onsen Monogatari. The Edo styled themed Onsen is a recommended tourist attraction in tokyo. From child to adult everyone can spend a day wearing the casual yukata robes, walking through the Hirokoji and Yaoyacho shopping arcades that provides the atmosphere of Edo period. The main attraction is the natural hot spring. There are varieties of baths including indoor bath, open-air bath, Sauna, rock salt bath, private room open-air bath and 
including special bath for dogs "Tsunayoshi bath tub". The water used in the hot spring is drawn from 1400 m underground which are thought to be effective in reliving the nerve, muscle and joint pain.

Postal code:135-0064
2-6-3 Aomi

By car:Approximately 3 minutes from the Daiba Exit on the Daiba Line of Route 11
Approximately 4 minutes from the Rinkai-Fukutoshin Exit on the Bayshore Route
From Haneda Airport:Jonanjima Tunnel, approximately 18 minutes
By train:Approximately 2 minutes by foot from Telecom Center Station on the Yurikamome Line
Approximately 7 minutes by shuttle bus (free of charge) from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line
By bus:From Hamamatsucho bus terminal, in front of the JR Hamamatsucho Station, take the bus for Tokyo Big Sight and get off at the Telecom Center-mae stop.
2 minutes by foot from the Telecom Center-mae stop

♨♨♨Hot spa for you♨♨♨

Everybody needs a hot spa. Especially, snowing outside like a today.
Our spa is always welcomed for you!!

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Tsukiji Terrace

Hi everyone : )

Tsukiji is the nearest tourist spot from BUREAU Ginza.

It’s crowded with many tourists everyday.


What image do you have of Tsukiji - fish market?

I thought It’s alive with shop man attracting customers and there are only Japanese old shop.


But I found lovely café in Tsukiji !


It’s Tsukiji Terrace.

They have open terrace.
You can see Tsukiji- Honganji from the terrace!
Ground floor seat is pet-friendly.
Many Foods are served with ‘Staub’ of France.

How about to have awesome Lunch/Dinner with beautiful view?

Check it out ; )


Tsukiji Terrace

Tokyo Chuo-ku Tsukiji 2-14-6 LXS Tsukiji 1.2F


Monday, 26 January 2015

(*^。^*) Japanese Rusk from our guest (*^。^*)

Yummyyyyyy! Japanese styled rusk tasted MACHA tea and HOJICHA tea. According to their web site, they are sold at Tokyo station.

Friday, 23 January 2015

★Working out with nice view★

Hello everyone! It's been really cold these days.... So, why don't you work out inside?
No worry about your skin care from the sun! No worry about rain or freezing wind!!
And there is a very nice Tokyo view(^^)v

Thursday, 22 January 2015

Ice Skating experience down town in TOKYO

Hi everyone ;)
Is there anyone who have been couch potato ? and looking for light exercise ?
I went skating for the first time in 8 years last weekend.
It’s great fun and casually you can just go and rent a pair of shoes then start it.

There is a big outside ice rink at TOKYO MID TOWN ;) Until 8th March 2015.

From BUREAU GINZA to Mid town
Take Hibiya line from Higashi Ginza station to Roppongi station

ICE RINK in Tokyo Mid Town
Entrance ( Include Shoes rental )
Adult 1,500yen Kid 1,000yen
Open hour

Further details go to web site


Have fun ;)

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

★★Beautiful Twilight in Tokyo★★

It is a really beautiful twilight today!
Soooooooooooooo cold though... Please, stay warm.