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Tokyo TOWER Highball at Ennichi Terrace

Shiba Park 4-chome 2-8, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Enjoy delicious highballs and the gourmet culture of Tokyo "Highball" will be held for a limited time in 2020 at TOKYO TOWER Ennichi Terrace. Yatai Meshi and Shitamachi gourmet to feel the wedding day, even Genghis Khan BBQ, We provide a food experience that you can enjoy with peace of mind in a new way of life. ~ There are two places! Now, which one do you want to have today? ~ 【Foottown Rooftop Square】 Open Air Genghis Khan BBQ Area * All-you-can-eat and drink in a big city! If you bake the meat full of volume juicyly, the highball will be more delicious! Please enjoy a moment of great satisfaction. (Reservation only) [In front of the main entrance on the 1st floor] Yataimeshi Area * There are a lot of gourmet foods that raise tension, such as Ennichi no Yatai Meshi and Downtown Gourmet in Tokyo! Why don't you stop by and enjoy the festival? (Yataimeshi area will be held until Sunday, October 11)

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Nezu Museum of Art Exhibition "The Adventures of Monochrome: Ink and White Painting in the Modern Japan"

6-5-1 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

In the East, ink has been the main material for writing, as well as for paintings that have developed closely with books. Paintings drawn with such ink are large and can be divided into ink paintings that make full use of shades, blurs, and inflection lines, and white drawings, mainly white-painted paintings with homogeneous thin lines. In this exhibition, you can see the attractiveness of ink ink, white paint, and its expression, which have pursued the possibilities of ink, according to examples from the Japanese heresy. Painters compete for individuality with elaborate ink ink, or invite the audience to a clean ground with stoic white paint. From this exhibition, we will introduce a reservation system for specifying the date and time of entry. For details, please check the homepage from the following URL.

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Staying immersed in English at Shiba Park Hotel "Petit Study Abroad Accommodation Plan"

1-5-10 Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Founded in 1948 and operated as a foreign trade mission hotel, Shiba Park Hotel has welcomed many guests from overseas since its founding. At Shiba Park Hotel, not only Japanese but also many overseas staff are enrolled. Due to the recent new Coronavirus infection, the number of people coming to Japan from overseas has decreased, and the number of opportunities for English conversation has decreased, and the planned language study abroad has been postponed, so we have prepared the "Petit Study Abroad Accommodation Plan" as a recommended accommodation plan for such people. If you are using the Petit Study Abroad Accommodation Plan, the hotel staff will be happy to provide you with English during your stay. A "Mission Card" will also be prepared for you to practice English conversation during your stay, and when you complete all of them, you will receive a Shiba Iringar Certificate. In addition, in addition to the furoshiki lesson experience in English at the Japanese experience salon SAKURA, the hotel staff will propose the chance to touch English during your stay. Take this opportunity to relax at Shiba Park Hotel and enjoy a practical English conversation experience. Petit Study Abroad Accommodation Plan Sale period: from Saturday, October 31, 2020 Price: 12,000 yen Contents: 1 night room fee / Service charge and tax included "Shiba Iringar Certification Certificate" present at the completion of the mission Shiba Park Hotel original furoshiki & origami present For details and reservations, please check the Shiba Park Hotel website at the following URL.

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Okura Museum of Art Exhibition 1930 Rome Exhibition 90: The Flowers of Modern Japanese Painting:

2-10-3 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Since the Meiji era, Yokoyama Taikan, Hishida Shunso, Shimomura Kanzan and others worked on the innovation of Japanese painting while studying at the Japan Academy of Fine Arts formed by Okakura Tenshin, who sought a new path of Japanese art. After his teacher's death, Taikan succeeded his will and revived the Academy of Fine Arts, which had been suspended from external activities, in 1912. With the full support of Kishiro Okura, who was also a patron of Taikan, the "Japan Art Exhibition" held in Rome in 1930 was a major project in the Japanese art platform at the time, with the participation of a total of 80 artists, including not only painters of the Inten Exhibition (Reviving Japan Academy of Fine Arts) led by Taikan, who served as the leader, but also painters from the official exhibition system, including Kawaai Tamado and Takeuchi Suho. In commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the Rome exhibition, the works of artists who colored the modern age of Japan, such as Taikan and Shunso , will be exhibited mainly by the works exhibited in this exhibition. ※ It will be held after taking measures against infection, but depending on the situation in the future, there is a possibility of change of the exhibition period, etc. When you go out, please check the Okura Museum of Art website for the latest information.

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Mori Art Museum: Support students at half price for tickets! "THE SCHOOL OF STARS"

Roppongi 6-10-1 Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, Minato-ku, Tokyo

"STARS Exhibition: Stars of Contemporary Art: From Japan to the World" held at Mori Art Museum (53rd floor, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, Minato-ku, Tokyo) will launch "STARS Student Admission" which usually offers a student admission fee of 1,300 yen to 650 yen at half price for a limited time from Monday, September 21, 2020 to Saturday, October 31, 2020. While various activities that have been limited by the effects of the new coronavirus infection are showing signs of resumption, many students are not blessed with physical learning and experience opportunities due to major changes in their student life, such as prolonged online classes. "STARS School Split" is a student support campaign designed to help students who are in such various difficulties feel free to come to the museum and charge the power of their hearts. Overview of "STARS Students' School Split" Fee: Regular student fee 1,300 yen - Special fee 650 yen during the period For those who attend high schools, universities, graduate schools, junior colleges, and vocational schools Period: September 21 - October 31, 2020 For more information about the exhibition, please check the website at the following URL.

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