Thursday, 30 July 2015

Cool down



Hello everyone!!

It's been deadly hot these days.
Haven't you suffered from the summer heat?

 

Anyway, have you ever been to the Haunted house in Japan?

I guess you are getting quite cold if you go there.

Because it is very……very…..scary!!

 

J Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear in Fiji Q High Land (戦慄迷宮)

All rooms and corridors redesigned!

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.





Access  From Tokyo station to Fuji Q High Land by Highway bus

        Lake Kawaguchi ⇔ Tokyo/ Ichigaya Line


        Return trip discount 3,280yen

        Return trip discount and 1 day Free pass ticket 7300yen

        It will take about 2 hour from Tokyo station to Fuji Q High Land

  

I had been there before.

I was crying and shouting a lot.

But it is going to be fun J

With friend, with family, with girlfriend or boyfriend J

 

I hope you would be enjoyable if you go there.

 

Have a nice day J

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

★You can find Doctor Yellow running on Tokaido Line Railway from BUREAU Shinagawa★

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"!!!

Monday, 27 July 2015

Mentaiko Restaurant 



Hello, everyone!

What do you associate with it after hearing ‘Japanese food’?

I think almost the foreigners answer, Sushi, Tenpura, Syabusyabu.

But this time, I would like to introduce a favorite Japanese food stuff.

It’s a Mentaiko!!

 
Mentaiko is a spicy seasoned cod roe.
This is sold at the super market.
 
There is a Mentaiko dish restaurant near by BUREAU Ginza.
It’s Tsukiji – Hukutake (築地 ふく竹)


The most popular menu is mentaiko hotpot!



You can enjoy cheese- mentaiko risotto by mix the rice with hotpot soup.



This restaurant is near from Tsukiji fish market, so fresh fish dish is also available.
 
 
 
 
If you are interested in this Hukutake, please feel free to contact with the concierge at
BUREAU Ginza ;-)
 
Tsukiji – Hukutake
Tokyo Chuo-ku Tsukiji 4-2-7
03-3545-1230
 
 
 
 

 

The Caribbean and Latin American Street Festival



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.

Open: Aug 1 & 2
Time:  Aug 1 10am-8pm, Aug 2 10am-7pm

Check out the details here!


Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Sumida Fireworks Festival

  • Date: Saturday, July 25th
  • Time: 19:05 – 22:30
  • Location: Asakusa Station (Ginza Line)
  • Admission: Free
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.
It is a must recommend for foreigners.

Shinjuku Eisa Matsuri 2015

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!
  • Date: Saturday, July 25th
  • Time: 11:00 – 20:00
  • Location: Shinjuku Station, East and West Exits
  • Admission: Free

Thursday, 16 July 2015

Water Park ;-)



Hello everyone!

 

It’s getting summer weather day by day.

Have you got any plan for three-day weekend?

 

Today I want to introduce water park !

 

The best knowns Tokyo’s water park, Tokyo Summerland is open most of the year.

The pool area is split into an indoor and an outdoor section.

You can enjoy plenty of sunshine and green trees year around at indoor pool.

Though you can enjoy even on rainy days.

On the other hands there are many attractions that include a 40 meters free fall at outdoor.

 

How about to escape Tokyo’s oppressive summer heat?

 

Have a lovely weekend ;)




Tokyo Summerland

Address:

 600 Kamiyochugi, Akiruno-city, Tokyo

From Shinjuku Station take Chuo line for Ome or Okutama Station. Get off at Haijima Station (About 40min).

Admission fee:

Summer Price (July 1st-Sep 30): Ages 13-60: 3,500 yen (4,500 yen including rides, Ages 7-12: 2,500 yen (3,000 yen including rides)

Rest of the year: 13-60: 2,000/3,500 yen; 6-12: 1,000/2,200 yen

 

http://www.summerland.co.jp/english/  (Available in English)

 

 

 

BUREAU Ginza

 

Thursday, 9 July 2015

Let's go to summer activity!!



Hello.

How are you

It will over the end of the Rainy Season in Japan around July 15 to July 25.

So….It is going to be the summer season J

 

I am going to have some summer activities in Tokyo.

I would like to introduce the Canyoning that is one of the summer activity.

 

What is the Canyoning?

Negotiate your way down steep canyons by abseiling and jumping waterfalls and cliffs, cascading down natural chutes and waterslides and swimming through crystal clear pools. 80% of the time is spent in the water.
 



 


If you would like to try the “Canyoning”, please kindly check the English website belowJ


Cayons in Okutama 

Address : 198-0102  53 Kawai, Okutama-Machi, Nishitama-Gun,Tokyo
Access : 1.Transfer from Chuo Line to Ome Line at Hachioji Station.
        2.Transfer at Ome station for Okutama bound train

 

Have fan a nice summer season in Japan!! J

Friday, 3 July 2015

Firework Festival



Hello, everyone!!

We are in the end of rainy season now.

I'm fed up with this wet weather ;(

But summery weather is coming soon!

Speaking of summer, we Japanese love to see Firework display ;-)

Following is information of Firework events!


The 37th Adachi Firework Festival

Date: 7/18 Sat 19302030

Number of fireworks: About 12,000 shots

Place: Arakawa along the riverside

Access: 10 minute walk from Hibiya Line Kitasenju Station
 
 

The 38th Sumida River Firework Festival

Date: 7/25 (Sat) 19:052030

Number of fireworks: About 20,000 shots

Place: Sakura Bridge down to Kototoi Bridge

Access: 10 minute walk from Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Station

Place: Komagata Bridge down to Umaya Bridge

Access: 5 minute walk from Toei Asakusa Line Kuramae Station
 
 
 
 
The 40th Edogawa Firework Festival
Date 8/1 Sat 19152030
Number of fireworks: About 14,000 shots
Place: Edogawa along the riverside
Access 15 minute walk from Toei Shinjuku line Shinozaki Station
 
 
The 27th Tokyo Bay Big Fireworks Festival
 
Date: 8/8 (Sat) 18:502010
Number of fireworks: About 12,000 shots
Place: Harumi Venue
Freeadvance reservation required
Access: 15 minute walk from Toei Oedo Line Kachidoki Station
 
If you would like to know more details regarding the Firework Festivals, do not hesitate to contact with BUREAU Ginza concierge : )
 

 

❤❤❤Duckling❤❤❤

Hello everyone! I would like to introduce our cute neighbors❤❤❤

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Good day for movie



How are you doing everyone?

 

The weather forecast says the end of the rain season will come in the middle of July.

We must spend the day with rain little more.:(

 

It will rain in this weekend too.

How about going to a movie on a day of such a weather ?



Marunouchi Piccadilly

03-3201-288103-3201-288103-3201-288103-3201-2881

2-5-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

1 min walk from Ginza station

You can watch movie for 1,100 JPY every month on 1st and 20th

Wednesday is also discount days for ladies1,100 JPN)☆

 

We can go without getting wet in the rain because it connected to the station.

 

After you watched the movie, you can enjoy shopping and coffee break at the RUMINE,

And MARUI!



Have a great weekend;)

 

 

BUREAU Ginza

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Fireflies's season



  Hello J
  How are you doing lately?

  Have you ever seen the firefly?
  It is called HOTARU by Japanese.
  When Fireflies wink their light….That is so amazing view!!
  Because they look like singing


















I introduce some good place in Tokyo ;)
If you have free time, let enjoy seeing the Fireflies

²  Fukusei Hotaru Festival
Date: 2015/06/20(Sat)
Place: The Hotaru Park
      It is going to take about 10 minute from Ushihama station(JR Oume line)
Time: From 1PM to 9PM
²  Hotaru no Yube (Evening lit by fireflies)
Date: 2015/06/13~2015/06/28
Time: 6PM~9PM
Place:2030 Kamiongatamachi Hachioji-shi
Price: Adult 200yen
Website:http://www.hachioji-kankokyokai.or.jp/yuyake/yuyakekoyake.htm

 :)
Have a nice weekend