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Ultra-Thin Long Wallets from Japanese Bag Craftsmen ATAO

Have you heard of the long wallets sold by the Kobe-based brand ATAO?
The brand has few physical retail outlets, so it may not be a highly recognized name brand. However, ATAO is known for products that are so easy to use that you won’t want to let go of them, so many of their products have to be ordered in advance if you want to get them!

Yokohama Yamate Seiyoukan’s Fantasy of Lights

Eight different buildings of the Yamate Seiyoukan are decorated with lights and illuminated for Christmas, and these western-style houses are decorated to represent Christmas celebrations around the world. In addition to decorating the houses according to Christmas customs for eight different countries, various other events are also held, such as illuminations, candle gardens, and concerts.

Enjoy the hydrangeas at Kanagawa Prefecture’s Meigetsu-in Temple!

Japan’s rainy season may be coming up, but there’s still plenty to look forward to! While June is generally wet and muggy, it’s also when varying colours of hydrangea begin to bloom beautifully all over Kanto. If you’re looking to see the flowers in all their glory, we suggest heading to the history-rich city of Kamakura, which was once the capital of Japan.