Shibuya is basically a shopping district. Most of the shops gather near from the famous Shibuya Crossing. But if you walk up Dogen-zaka slope, 10 or 15-minute walk from the station will take you to Tokyu Department Store and Tokyu Bunkamura where you can enjoy art exhibitions or theater performance. There is Tokyu Hands which sells…
Admiring goldfish was one of the luxury during summer time in Edo Era (17th – 19th Century). At first, they were expensive as they were imported from China. Soon goldfish farming started and by the end of Edo Era, ordinary citizens enjoyed having goldfish at home.
I went to Nihonbashi area by bike. It’s good to cycle around the area as there are many traditional shops and interesting spots. I visit this area quite often but this time, I found an old paper shop called Ozu Washi for the first time.
I visited Roppongi Hills and happened to learn that Ghibli’s Exhibition started yesterday. Lots of drawings, paintings, posters and even newspaper ads. And Catbus, too!
Bunkamura Museum of Arts is presenting Ukiyoe paintings by Kunisada and Kuniyoshi. They are the collection of Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the exhibition will finish on June 5th. Last chance to see those colorful energetic and vivid paintings.