Ever wondered what happened when an artist and DJ collaborate? Connecting the Lines is finding out just that. Osakan artist Johnna Slaby is joining up with DJ Ellen from Tokyo/Brazil to create a unique night of creativity at the Mount Cafe in Kitahama. The event runs from 4.30pm – 8.30pm with breaks and the cafe will be staying open later so guests can admire the work and relax. Tickets are 1,000 yen on the door and include a drink – so if you’re curious, why not see what happens?
The Paantu festival takes place on the Okinawa Prefecture island of Miyakojima in the far south of the archipelego. The villagers dress up as ‘Paantu’ – supernatural beings covered in mud and foliage. They also wear long masks. Their aim […]
Continuing a tradition that has taken place at Osawa Pond next to Daikakuji since the Heian era, this event gives you the chance to float on a boat in the pond under a clear autumn moon. If the moon is […]
The home of green tea in Japan, the small town holds a traditional tea-jar opening ceremony on the first Sunday in October each year. Located just between Kyoto and Nara, Uji has long been famous for producing high quality green […]
If you’re in the mood for some kitchen-based souvenirs for your trip to Japan – or need to fill up your kitchen here, then look no further. The Osaka Kitchenware street is holding their annual festival to display the best […]
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