Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum

Traditional Japanese craftsmanship. You may be interested to learn that almost all Japanese historical architecture was made of wood. If you love wood crafts and would like to know more about wooden architecture or tools, then this museum is the place to visit! After the museum, take the opportunity to visit the small but charming…

Eye Candy Tuesday

Hello friends, I know that end of year are feel so busy and stressful. Please take it easy and hope all my friends and your family has happy new year!!! What goes around, comes around. Simply I love this.

Special Exhibition: Four Major Ukiyo-e Artists

Today I’d like to let you know about a special exhibition being held at the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of History. “Four Major Ukiyo-e Artists” features paintings from the Edo period by celebrated Ukiyo-e masters such as Hokusai and Hiroshige. This is an opportunity to see some of the greatest Japanese paintings in history. Chances like…

India Mela

Love India? Mark your calendars for October 8th-10th! The gigantic Indian culture festival “India Mela” was held for the first time ever last year at Meriken Park in Kobe. The event attracted approximately 50,000 attendees and was such a success that they’re doing it again this year. The Indian community has always been an important…