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Discover Japan - AN INSIDER'S GUIDEDiscover Japan - AN INSIDER'S GUIDE

Discover Japan - AN INSIDER'S GUIDE 7003191_Vol.19

Discover Japan is the insider's guide to Japan. Published since 2008 in Japanese, the magazine is now available in English as a redesigned, easy-to-read digital issue that is packed with stories on Japanese culture, food, travel, design and much more. We hope this will soon become your preferred guide to a previously unexplored side of Japan. Notice "Discover Japan ―AN INSIDER'S GUIDE vol. 18" originally scheduled for release on April 6th has been changed due to unforeseeable circumstances. We will notice to you again, as soon as the release day is confirmed. Thank you for understanding.

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from the editor

With summer still lingering, we wanted to help you find your own special retreat, away from the crowds to sit back and enjoy a few extra precious days off before things turn back to normal. The beautifully restored kura storehouse Marugayatsu in Chiba Prefecture is one of my own personal favourites. Architect Yoshifumi Nakamura has helped turn this rural hideaway into a delightful mixture of traditional Japanese architecture and Scandinavian sensibility. The local farm-to-table cooking adds a delicious note to the overall experience. There is also the spacious Kiraku Obi former Samurai home in Miyazaki, combining the charms of the small town of Obi with the tastefully renovated bukeyashiki-style house. For the epicurious, we invite you on a culinary journey of wine and mutton in Hokkaido as we tag along with foodie Yukiko Hirano…

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new teamlab digital museum

MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless Opening day: Thursday, June 21, 2018 Odaiba Palette Town, 1-3-8 Aoyama, Koto-ku, Tokyo Hours: 11:00–19:00 (excluding days before holidays), until 21:00 on Fridays and days before holidays, Saturdays 10:00–21:00, Sundays and holidays 10:00–19:00 *Last entry 1 hour before closing Price: ¥3,200, ¥1,000 for 4-year-olds through middle school students http://borderless.teamlab.art/jp The world’s largest digital art museum, a joint venture by MORI Building and digital artist collective teamLab, just opened in Odaiba, Tokyo this June. The large facility of 10,000? is organized into five “worlds” with about 50 works, including some shown for the first time ever. The “borderless art” facility is an art museum unlike any other in the world that allows viewers to explore the digital art on display using their bodies while creating…

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new craft beer center in itabashi, tokyo

TOKYO ALEWORKS Opening day: Thursday, May 10, 2018 Itabashi Cask Village 1F, 1-8-4 Itabashi, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo Tel: 03-5944-1861 Hours: 9:30–18:00, Closed irregularly http://tokyoaleworks.com The newly opened TOKYO ALEWORKS in Itabashi, Tokyo allows anyone, professional or amateur, to make original craft beers. Supported by technical staff with abundant expertise, participants use the latest brewing equipment to make a minimum of 20 liters of beer. TOKYO ALEWORKS also features collaborations with experts active in various fields. The first announced collaboration is the Green Tea IPA made with Hirotoshi Marukawa, who runs the tea leaf brand EN TEA and the tea shop GEN GEN AN in Shibuya, Tokyo. Visit TOKYO ALEWORKS’ Facebook page for updates on other beers as they become available.…

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stay in a unique kyoto townhouse

The lodging facility Kyo no Ondokoro is the second guesthouse by local lingerie manufacturer, this time in the area east of Nijo Castle. The overall artistic direction has been done by Minä Perhonen designer, Akira Minagawa, and architect Yoshifumi Nakamura designed the special space. Art pieces including photographs and 3D works are installed throughout the facility, with ideas on incorporating art into living spaces for enriching daily life. A perfect change to stay at a truly unique machiya townhouse in Kyoto. Kyo no Ondokoro Kamanza Nijo 690-2 Kamimatsuya-cho, Kamanza, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto Tel: 0120-307-056 (Wacoal Customer Center: weekdays 9:30–17:00) Accepted credit cards: Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, Diners Club Price: ¥60,000–100,000 for 4 people maximum in one house *Not including tax. Price changes with number of people and the time period. Breakfast/dinner: none Facilities: kitchen & dining…

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j of jins opens in roppongi hills

J of JINS Roppongi Hills Store Roppongi Hills West Walk 4F, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Tel: 03-3497-0227 Hours: 11:00–21:00 Closed irregularly *Same as Roppongi Hills West Walk www.jins.com/jp/j-of-jins The eyewear brand JINS boasts the largest annual sales volume of eyewear in Japan and is known for its lineup made with high-quality materials and craftsmanship. Its new venture, J of JINS, is a new business that offers customization. The first location is in Roppongi, Tokyo. Original goods are lined up within the location’s interior built using the Azekurazukuri style of traditional architecture as seen in Nara’s Shoso-in treasure house and elsewhere.…

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secret getaways

Japan is not just about high-end ryokan inns and resort hotels–there are a large number of renowned lodgings that are genuinely unique. Lately, standalone accommodation that allows you to experience the feeling of a holiday home, and accommodation that combines the functions of both transport and lodging, such as trains, buses and passenger boats, have been emerging as a trend. There are as many pleasures awaiting you as there are places to stay. Umisora Annex is a modern cottage that stands in the middle of a mandarin orchard overlooking the Seto Inland Sea and is limited to one group of guests per stay. Blissful moments free from the everyday hustle and bustle pervade this accommodation. *At least one guest must be able to speak Japanese to use this facility. https://hanamusubi.biz A panoramic sea view…. There is something…

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