Perfect Liars Club Tokyo: International Women’s Day Edition
Four people tell a story: three are completely true, but one person is telling a lie! Can you spot the liar? The month’s show is all about International Women’s Day and as you can guess, all storytellers this time are women—and they have stories to tell!! Listen, laugh, interrogate, vote.
Hanami Picnics Across The City
This week Tokyo is heading towards peak blooming season, the sakura around the city is saturating the parks with beautiful shades of pink. So grab your camera, a drink, and tasty nibbles before heading to any of the famous sakura spots in the capital, such as Shinjuku Gyoen, Ueno Park, Yoyogi Park, Showa Memorial Park, Sumida River, Meguro River, Chidorigafuchi or Inokashira Park, where you’ll be able to enjoy the sakura in peak bloom! Keep in mind that picnic and gatherings are discouraged, but not walks under the wonderful sakura trees! Don’t forget to participate in our #SavvySakura2020 photo contest! (See Link)
Sakura Festival Nihonbashi
Nihonbashi has a mission to become the capital’s coolest sakura viewing venue and, we must say, it’s getting quite close. This festival features a series of sakura-themed events: from projection mapping, light-up, sakura-special food and drink menus and more! A must-see is the Nihonbashi Sakura Gate—a magical entry to the area, which has the entire street turned into a sakura-filled river, with a sky of countless sakura-colored strips of paper. As a measure against coronavirus, some events might get canceled, please check their website for more information.