Monthly Archives for April 2014

Asahi Beer Building, Asakusa

This really is a must see for anyone with a puerile sense of humour. The Asahi beer building is designed to look like a giant beer, the golden beverage with white foam on top. Next to it, the company planned … Continue reading

25. April 2014 by Joey
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Tokyo Tower illuminated with American flag colors.

Yes, President Obama has arrived in Japan. One of the landmark symbols of Tokyo, the Tokyo Tower, is getting all dressed up to welcome Mr. Obama. For two nights only, the 333m (1093ft) tall tower will be illuminated in the … Continue reading

24. April 2014 by Joey
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Love Sculpture, Shinjuku

LOVE Sculpture is a popular modern art work by Robert Indiana originally designed for Christmas card in 1964. Since then a lot of LOVE sculptures has been made around the world and the one near the entrance of Shinjuku Island … Continue reading

23. April 2014 by Joey
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Edo Tokyo Museum

The Edo-Tokyo Museum is a museum of the history of Tokyo, established in 1993. The main features of the permanent exhibitions are the life-size replica of the Nihonbashi, which was the bridge leading into Edo; the Nakamuraza theatre; scale models … Continue reading

22. April 2014 by Joey
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Nara Park

Nara Park stretches 4km east to west and 2km north to south. Scattered throughout the park and it’s borders are a number of shrines and temples. Nara park is also the home to Nara’s deer population. The deer that roam … Continue reading

21. April 2014 by Joey
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