Marvel is celebrating the release of Avengers: Endgame by opening a temporary cafe offering limited edition cafe items in Osaka! Fans of the series can enjoy various drinks and food items themed after their favorite Avengers until May 26th!
For sake lovers, the Vintage Sake Renaissance (#熟成古酒ルネッサンス) is a chance to taste over 100 types of koshu. What a treat!
At the base of Mt. Fuji, over 800,000 shibazakura plants bloom in pink, white and violet, covering over 24,000 square meters.
For the second year in a row, Mister Donut has come up with an irresistible limited-time matcha sweets line-up through a collaboration with Gion Tsujiri, a famous tea manufacturer from Kyoto.
The coffee giant has released two Strawberry Frappuccinos, RED and WHITE, along with a new pop-up shop at Tokyo Midtown, in Akasaka.
The beloved character is the theme of a new exhibition in Yokohama, mixing art and science, featuring Japanese artists.
The second edition of the festival will showcase theater performances, musicals, dances, and even opera! All for free!
The iconic duo will celebrate their 80th anniversary in 2020, and Matsuya Ginza is hosting the exhibition.
For just a few weeks, JW fans can enjoy special edition highballs and food at this awesome outdoor bar at Shibuya Stream! Check it out before the event finishes!
Tokyo Gay Pride is a weeklong celebration held in Tokyo from April 28th to May 6th. The goal of the event is to promote a society where people feel free to be themselves, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. Let's have a fun pride week!
Kurayami Matsuri is one of the oldest festivals in Tokyo, held for seven days from April 30th to May 6th. The main events are celebrated at night, making it an other-worldly experience.
During 10 days, Roppongi Hills Arena will showcase over 110 breweries in a huge event for sake lovers and foodies.
From January 29th at Square Enix' e-store, there is a raffle for the Kingdom Hearts III concert tickets!
Earth Day in Tokyo is a joyful celebration held annually in April in Yoyogi Park. Go to learn about environmental causes, have unusual festival food and drinks, listen to live music, and enjoy an overall great vibe!
Come taste the spiciness of Sichuan cuisine over the weekend in Nakano, Tokyo!
The idea of a penis festival may sound ludicrous, but actually, it's a Shinto religious tradition many Japanese folks take seriously. So there's a solemn aspect to it, but you can also have fun there! Here's how to enjoy it.