Seasonal Activities

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2017.02.16
【SPRING】The Best Local Cherry Blossom Locations in Tokyo!
Where can you observe Sakura trees and have a Hanami picnic in Tokyo? We will introduce famous location for cherry blossoms and spots recommended by
Nishi park
2017.02.11
【SPRING】Nishi Park is the one of the Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Viewing Sites in Fukuoka!
Nishi Park is located almost in the center of Fukuoka city. The Terumo Shrine is at the top of the hill in the park. About 1,300 cherry trees bloom d
2017.02.07
【SPRING】Great places to see cherry blossoms in Fukuoka! Tochoji temple and Maizuru Park
When you hear the phrase “Spring time in Japan”, what do you think of? Yes, it’ll be Sakura, or cherry blossoms! Tadaima Japan will introduce many c
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2016.12.10
【WINTER】Omisoka and Oshogatsu: The Japanese Year End and New Year’s holidays
Today’s Shogatsu inherits some traditional customs and also adds more modern elements. Let’s see how Japanese people spend their Year End and New Year
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2016.11.18
【AUTUMN】Walk around in the autumn leaves of Tokyo. Photos of six selected spots!
Look at the beautiful autumn photos and find your favorite sites to visit!
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2016.08.17
【SUMMER】Discover Mugicha, a summer drink in Japan
Cold mugicha (barley tea) is a popular summer drink after taking a bath or after exercising. How is it different from green tea and what are its effe
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2016.06.22
【SUMMER】'Ajisai': Hydrangea, the flower of the Japanese rainy season
What kind of colors and shapes are hydrangeas in your country? Did you know that the original species of hydrangea is actually in Japan? The Japanese
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2016.06.17
【SUMMER】Don’t be fooled by the Japanese calendar, and don’t forget your umbrella!
Old world Japanese customs can be found in day-to-day life. Whether you’re enjoying a meal, exploring the city, or just relaxing, you can find the goo
2016.03.23
【SPRING】Cherry Blossom observation spots in Eastern Tokyo
When the cherry blossoms bloom, you’ll know that the spring season is coming to Japan. For centuries, watching the cherry blossom trees bloom is a gre
Customs for February
2016.01.28
【WINTER】Japanese Customs for February
Wed, 3rd February: Setsubun Setsubun is a day that marks the changing of the seasons, and especially marks the day before Risshun, the day when spr
Events for the second half of February
2016.01.27
【SPRING】Enjoy spring flowers and a snow festival! Events for the second half of February 2016
Wed, 10th February to Thurs, 10th March: The 26th Annual Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival in Kawazu city, Shizuoka Prefecture Cherry blossoms in Kawa
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2016.01.25
【SUMMER】3 Classic Childrens' Games at Japanese Traditional Festivals
1: Goldfish scooping Kingyo-sukui, goldfish scooping is one of the most typical booths at Japanese summer festivals. There usually is a water tank wi
Events for February
2016.01.14
【WINTER】Festivals before spring! Events for early February.
Wed, 3rd February: Honjo-ji Temple’s Oni Dance in Sanjo city, Niigata Prefecture The 3rd of February is a day called “Setsubun”, and is the start o
Customs for January
2015.12.30
【WINTER】Japanese Customs for January: Happy New Year!
1st January to 7th January, The first visit to a shrine Hatsumode, or the first visit to a shrine, is a custom for new year in Japan. We wish for s
Events for the second half of January
2015.12.23
【WINTER】 Events for the second half of January
Friday, January 15th: The “throwing of the groom”, or “Mukonage” in Tokamachi, Niigata Prefecture Every winter, a ritual called Mukonage is held in