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    • 3.5 • 12件の評価

Welcome to NOTEBOOK, a cultural guide to art, design and architecture, along with local views and travel news in English giving a realistic view of Tokyo from two perspectives, one from Japan and the other from abroad.
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Instagram: @NOTEBOOK_pod
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    08/11, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    08/11, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    Sunflowers at the Serakogen Farm near Hiroshima and in Kagoshima are in full bloom, showing support for Ukrainian nationals living in Japan. Meanwhile, Nagoya's Daijin, an izakaya in the city since 1907, and Ippachi Honten serving kishimen udon are hidden treasures amid this year's current Aichi Triennale and the World Cosplay Summit, both taking place in and around Nagoya's Aichi Arts Center.
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    08/10, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    08/10, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    Watermelons are ritually split in Obanazawa while Chrysanthemum flowers in Itoshima City, Fukuoka are readied for the upcoming Bon festival. Meanwhile, works of ‘procedural architecture’ by the duo Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins explore ideas of life and possibility at the Aichi Arts Center for this year's Aichi Triennale in Nagoya. Their model for unbuilt project Bridge of Reversible Destiny from 1973-1989 is a rite of passage. And Reversible Destiny Lofts—Mitaka (In Memory of Helen Keller) from 2005, resonates with splitting fruit and floral tributes in the build up to Obon, a festival that bids one thing farewell, then welcomes something else in its place.
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    08/09, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    08/09, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    As the world's largest Buddha statue at Todai-ji in Nara is cleaned in readiness for the year ahead, the country remembers Nagasaki 77 years after the second ever atomic bomb used in aggression was dropped on the city. And after pioneering filmmaker Takahiko Iimura passed away last week aged 85, we take a brief look back at a film maker remembered not only for his abstract films but also for his association with groups like Fluxus and fellow artist Yoko Ono.
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    08/08, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    08/08, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    Captive audiences: Chinese military training exercises near Taiwan run the risk of straying into Japanese territory with islands near Okinawa looking on with bemused, concerned expressions. On the other side of the country, Fujiyama Records has been in Tokyo's Sangenjyaya for almost 40 years. It's caught between several roads and looks out across several pedestrian crossings. It's here that die-hard musicians like Yukio Sato, or members of Non-Band, all play impromptu concerts to passing traffic and a small, assembled crowd of fans who are either going about their daily business and crossing the street or hovering to catch sight of something extraordinary.
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    08/05, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    08/05, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    As stormy waters gather near Kyushu, a group of marine students from the nearby National Fisheries University discover a rare Ryugu-no-tsukai, or giant Oarfish, then promptly eat it. In some small way devouring their rare find makes sense. As the national obon holiday approaches — a chance for families to remember past relatives — a rare find such as this connects the present with the past, people with the fathomless sea, treating an extraordinary sight as an everyday occurrence. At Chiba City's Museum of Art, “Summer Vacation at a Certain Museum” is just that; a museum caught between the everyday and the extraordinary, at a time that’s a little different from normal — a time for smaller, more special experiences. 
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    08/04, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    08/04, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

    Crashing thunder, heavy rainfall, and river's bursting banks, the summer exodus has finally begun. Nebuta is in full swing as has been reported several times this week. Yet, amid all these atmospherics, a political storm is brewing too, near the Senkaku islands, a stone's throw from Okinawa and the northern tip of Taiwan. Nancy Pelosi had visited the island in her capacity as Speaker and third in line to the U.S. President. It has sent Beijing officials into a tiswas of acrimony and threatens to spill over into Japanese waters. Perhaps amid the madness, the annual summer festivals sending off dead spirits to welcome in cooler months, some calm can be found in food and song, from the Japanese work songs of 'Soran Bushi' to food made at COOK DAN, a curry shop in Hachiobori by chef and rapper Raita Danjou, providing rhythm and beats that bind work, the environment and nature to cool the mind and ultimately dispel conflict.
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