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Tokyo Midtown meets Godzilla

Replica of the Godzilla which will be placed in the middle of Tokyo Midtown, will be built in 1/7 scale of Godzilla’s most titanic proportions to date, in his latest Hollywood rendition. Godzilla will be in the gardens from July 18 to August 31 for this “Midtown meets Godzilla” event as part of “MIDTOWN SUMMER 2014.” He will be open for public exhibition and photography between the hours of 11:00AM and 11:00PM. Once it hits 6:00PM, the replica will be lit up by a ray of light shining from the beast’s mouth. Between the hours of 7:00PM and 9:00PM, this will be accompanied by a special light show, occurring once every 30 minutes.

30. July 2014 by Joey
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Kagurazaka Matsuri Festival Awa-Odori

 

14761894341_6431355ffd_oSummer season brings a lot of fun outdoor activities around Japan. There are many fireworks festival, bon odori & matsuri around each town.This one here is a street Awa-odori (dance festival) of Kagurazaka Matsuri that held in Tokyo. 

29. July 2014 by Joey
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Fireworks at Shinji Town, Matsue

 

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Summer celebrations with fireworks! This is a photo taken on 27th July over Lake Shinji, viewed from Shinji Town. The next large fireworks display will be held on Aug 9th & 10th over Lake Shinji, best viewed from central Matsue

 

28. July 2014 by Joey
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37th Sumida River Fireworks Festival

 

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AJT would like to wish all our guest a very HAPPY SUMMER! :) The above is taken yesterday of the 37th Sumida River Fireworks Festival. Hope you enjoy! 

 

 

 

 

26. July 2014 by Joey
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Toy Story , Tokyo Disneyland

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With summer vacation just getting started, Tokyo Disneyland is rolling out a new batch of animation-inspired food, including desserts modeled after Toy Story’s Little Green Men. Hard plastic character-shaped popcorn buckets are always big sellers at Tokyo Disneyland, and the trinocular alien version above can be yours for 2,100 yen (popcorn included). Also new are the steamed buns. These are called “man” in Japanese, so maybe it was only a matter of time until someone thought to offer Little Green man. 880yen gets you a set of three, one each filled with chocolate, custard, and strawberry cream.

 

25. July 2014 by Joey
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