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Tokyo Fashion and Gardens: Kyu-Furukawa, Rikugien and Exquisite Styles in Omotesando

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Tokyo Fashion and Gardens: Kyu-Furukawa, Rikugien and Exquisite Styles in Omotesando Sarah Deschamps and Tomoko Hara Modern Tokyo Times The beauty of Tokyo is that this mega-modern city caters for various lifestyles and areas change quickly. If you adore fashion then Tokyo is an amazing city because you have a plethora of choices. Therefore, each […]

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Japanese Tourism in Kurobe and Wakayama: Beaches, Culture, Religion and Stunning Nature

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Japanese Tourism in Kurobe and Wakayama: Beaches, Culture, Religion and Stunning Nature Sarah Deschamps and Kanako Itamae Modern Tokyo Times The mystery of Japan is best summed up by the stunning nature of this adorable nation which beckons tourists to “another world” where dreams and memories are made. The Shinto faith with its deep roots […]

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Tokyo Tourism and Stunning Gardens: Kiyosumi and Rikugien

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Tokyo Tourism and Stunning Gardens: Kiyosumi and Rikugien Sarah Deschamps and Kanako Itamae Modern Tokyo Times Tokyo is an enormous city which attracts Japanese tourists, international tourists and business people all year round. This ultra-modern city means many things to different people because for some it is all about modernity but to others they want to dig […]

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Japanese Art in a Changing Environment: Kuniyoshi, Landscapes and Tranquility

Japanese Art in a Changing Environment: Kuniyoshi, Landscapes and Tranquility  Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Utagawa Kuniyoshi is among the crème de la crème of ukiyo-e artists because his work was truly amazing and so powerful.  Kuniyoshi, just like other famous Japanese artists like Ando Hiroshige and Katsushika Hokusai, was very diverse. Also, the winds of […]

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Japan tourism and Fukushima: mountains of Urabandai and Morohashi Museum of Modern Art

Japan tourism and Fukushima: mountains of Urabandai and Morohashi Museum of Modern Art Michel Lebon and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Fukushima prefecture is blessed with amazing nature and if you visit Urabandai (Ura-bandai) and the art gallery of Morohashi Museum of Modern Art, then it truly is an amazing holiday. If you are […]

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Japan tourism: glimpses of beautiful Japan in Kurobe and Wakayama (Part One)

Japan tourism: glimpses of beautiful Japan in Kurobe and Wakayama (Part One) Sarah Deschamps and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The mystery of Japan is best summed up by the stunning nature of this adorable nation which beckons tourists to “another world” where dreams and memories are made. The Shinto faith with its deep […]

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Tokyo tourism and Akihabara: technology, anime and maid cafe bars

Tokyo tourism and Akihabara: technology, anime and maid cafe bars Michel Lebon and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Tokyo is a very dynamic city and each district is special for various factors and the natural ambience changes quickly.  In Akihabara the distinctive nature of this place is because of the latest high tech gadgets […]

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