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Using visual illusion such as 3-D pictures and works of art that look entirely different depending the angle at which they are seen, Trick Art creates amazing experiences. The Trick Art Museum, where this incredible art can be enjoyed, is now open after being renovated!
One thing that brings to mind the upcoming "Golden Week" (from the end of April through the first week of May) is Niku-Fes, a major food entertainment event. While this popular event always takes place somewhere in Japan, it will be held simultaneously during this year's Golden Week in both Tokyo and Osaka.
The Japanese version of the famous German beer festival
of “Oktoberfest” will be held in Odaiba, Tokyo. You can enjoy real German beer, German sausages, and there is also live music performed by German bands.
I love drinking out in the open, who doesn’t!?
Not a beer drinker? Don’t worry. There are many beverage selections other than beer. You’re definitely going to have a good time.
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In August of 2018, a fireworks festival gathering the world's most prominent pyrotechnists will be held at Tokyo Bay! This novel event will breathe fresh life to one of the things reminiscent of summer in Tokyo: fireworks!
"Trick Art" utilizes visual illusions to create unusual viewer experiences, such as 3-D paintings and works with differing impressions depending on the angle. For example, in the two versions of the picture below, the length of the woman's legs appear to change depending on the angle at which it's viewed.
In this article, we will tell you about a route that takes you to the popular Odaiba area using Toei Subway Oedo Line and Toei Bus.
Trick art is a kind of art which uses visual illusion and make you feel like you are part of an art work. “Tokyo Trick Art Museum” is a place you can fully enjoy such experiences. In April 2017, they went through large-scale refurbishments of their facility!
Out of all the ramen shops in Tokyo’s Koto-ku, one is truly representative of Tokyo’s ramen: “Menya Kissou.”
Menya Kissou opened in 2006, armed with carefully crafted house-made noodles and a tonkotsu-seafood soup base that uses absolutely no artificial flavorings. Immediately after opening it garnered significant popularity, and that has carried over all the way to the present day, over 10 years since its opening.