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This Week(End) At Home

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Attempt A Savvy Tokyo Recipe

Why not take this opportunity to work on your cooking skills? Cooking can be extremely therapeutic and a great form of self-care. Check out the long list of delicious recipes on our site. From traditional Japanese dishes to international treats with an oriental twist, there’s something for everyone! Find something you’d like to try and give it a go! See “more info” link.

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Yawaragi Road (Nanatanigawa riverside) 2020

Some 1,500 cherry trees stretch for a kilometer along the Nanatanigawa River (Yawaragi no Michi). When in full bloom in spring, it is the Tamba region’s most famous cherry blossom spot and has visitors coming daily. The adjacent Sakura Koen park features 280 cherry trees in 28 different varieties. Nearby you’ll find temples on the Tamba Shichifukujin-meguri tour, Tambakoku-ichinomiya Temple, Izumo Daijingu Shrine, and other tourist spots.

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Light up Cherry Blossoms in Nango Park 2020

Nango Park, located immediately to the south entrance of the JR Kameoka Station, at one time served as the outer moat of Tamba Kameyama Castle protecting the garrison from attack, but today the park with its continuous ranks of cherry trees welcomes visitors and enjoys popularity as a cherry blossom viewing spot. In early April, the Kameoka Cherry Blossom Festival further enlivens the cherry blossom season.

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Mashiko Spring Pottery Market 2020

Pottery shrine begins in 1966 (Showa 41), and is held around the Golden Week in spring and around November 3 in autumn, in the usual year.
Approximately 50 dealers and other 500 tents stand side by side, from traditional Mashiko grill to daily necessities such as cups and dishes, art items are sold.
In the tent you can enjoy talking directly with artisans of emerging artists and kilns.
Not only the ceramics but also local agricultural products and special products are sold, there are about 600,000 people in spring and autumn together.

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