Shinjuku mainstreet will be covered in designer special arts including the Sand Godzilla sculpture at Shinjuku Central Park fountain plaza. Do not miss the opportunity to catch the glimpse of arts and sculpture in one of Tokyo's busiest area.
been deadly hot these days.
Haven't you suffered from the summer heat?
have you ever been to the Haunted house in Japan?
guess you are getting quite cold if you go there.
it is very……very…..scary!!
J Super Scary Labyrinth of
Fear in Fiji Q High Land (戦慄迷宮)
All rooms and
Also with new rooms
including ‘The Quarantine Ward,’ ‘The CT Scan Room”,
“The Diagnostic Exam
Room,” ”The Third Operating Room,” “The New Mortuary,”
“The Second Long
Corridor,” and “The Bacteria Lab.”
With the longest
route in history at 900 m and lasting over 60 minutes long! The level of “labyrinthine” twists increased with a
complete renewal of the entire route, and you will be gripped with a terror
that you are never going to get out alive.
AccessFrom Tokyo station to
Fuji Q High Land by Highway bus
Have you seen this yellow Shinkansen called "Doctor Yellow"? If you have, you are very lucky because it is said you can be happy if you see it. The purpose of this train is not intended for the transportaion for people but it runs only to inspect the Shinkansen railway, signal equipment and electric equipment and so on.
Please pay attention to the trains running if you are walking near by any railway or see a railway even from a distance. You may get lucky by finding such "Doctor Yellow"!!!
Next weekend (Aug 1st – 2nd, 2015) you will be able to
catch some Caribbean & Latin American tunes on the stage near Yoyogi park next
to the NHK office.
Get Caribbean and Latin American food, drinks, music
and fashion, representing everywhere from Trinidad to Dominica, Jamaica, Cuba,
Haiti, Mexico, Brazil and the French Caribbean. Let's celebrate the summer and get into the party mood
listening to reggae music and lively Latin American beats, enjoying spicy
festival food, rum and tequila.
The Sumida River Fireworks Festival is one of Japan’s largest with over 25,000 fireworks being used. This event gets around one million visitors, from all over japan. You might want to get into your yukata or jinbe (the traditional dress similar to kimono) and chill along side the banks of sumida river and skytree.
Shinjuku Eisa Matsuri celebrates old customs, but is a relatively young festival. Eisa Matsuri originated from the southern island of Japan "Okinawa" to honor ancestors and pray for prosperity via traditional dance and music. It was only thirteen years ago when the festival was brought from Okinawa to Tokyo. Since then Shinjuku has been hosting the festival and quickly became a summer tradition. Just head to Shinjuku station and follow the taiko drum beat to find this event!