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  • Visit Japan’s Most Sacred Mountain and Stay in a Buddhist Temple

    March 24, 2015

    In 2015, Mt. Koya, one of Japan’s most sacred sites, celebrates 1,200 years since its esoteric Buddhist dojo was opened by Kobo Daishi Kukai. Read the full story to find out about the wealth of activities you can experience on Mt. Koya to relax and gain a better understanding of Japanese Buddhism.

  • Win Studio Ghibli Prizes with The Tale of The Princess Kaguya

    February 27, 2015

    In celebration of The Tale of The Princess Kaguya UK release on 20 March, we have 10 Studio Ghibli movie packs to give away!

  • Osaka Kawaii!! A festival of Japanese Pop Culture

    February 25, 2015

    On 28 March 2015, a huge celebration of Japanese Pop Culture will be held at a new event called Osaka KAWAii!! A one day festival bringing together pop culture, eccentric fashion, gourmet with a twist, and fun under the united theme of Kawaii.

  • New Travel Books Featuring Japan

    February 04, 2015

    Wallpaper* City Guides reveal the hippest nightlife, buzziest hotels, coolest retail, most influential art galleries and cultural spaces and the best in local design and contemporary architecture. The series covers more than 100 destinations, including Osaka, Tokyo, Kyoto and Sapporo. We have 30 copies of the Wallpaper* City Guide to Osaka give away.

  • Japanese Food News for London

    February 04, 2015

    Well-known names in Japanese food, Tonkotsu, Bone Daddies and Kurobuta all have new places in London. Kushi's is doing a residency at Kitchenette throughout February and Engawa is soon to start serving up teppanyaki and sushi in Soho. Den is now open for udon in King's Cross and later in the year Jason Atherton will be opening his take on an izakaya at the former site of Turnmills nightclub.

  • Kabuki Gate – Interactive Gallery & Shop Opening at Narita Airport

    February 04, 2015

    In March, a new facility is designed to introduce the traditional Japanese performing art of kabuki will open at Tokyo's Narita Airport.

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