Japan Italy: 2018 Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain Congress

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2018 Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain Congress

In seguito alla sua presentazione a Milano, SPINDLE ha continuato a farsi strada attraverso i paesi di tutto il mondo, e in questa occasione sono tornati in Giappone, presentandosi al Congresso Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain del 2018.

Mentre bitcoin e altre criptovalute continuano a fare notizia, la parola "blockchain" è diventata un termine frequentemente utilizzato in tutti i settori. Nonostante le notizie negative che colpiscono la comunità e alimentano lo scetticismo, il bitcoin si è mantenuto forte nel 2017. Ciò è dovuto in gran parte al Giappone. Mentre la comunità più ampia è ciò che anima la vita in ogni moneta, il Giappone ora è il cuore della criptovaluta.

Quando tutto è iniziato, c'era una certa preoccupazione per la longevità del bitcoin e la sicurezza di usare una tale nuova invenzione. Il 2017 è l'anno in cui questa paura è scomparsa, in gran parte grazie al Giappone.

Dal 1 ° aprile 2017 il Giappone ha compiuto passi da gigante con l'adozione di bitcoin e l'introduzione della nuova legge sui bitcoin. La Terra del Sol Levante è uno dei paesi che ha mostrato entusiasmo per questo nuovo paradigma. Ad aprile, il governo di Tokyo ha approvato una legge che riconosce il bitcoin come moneta a corso legale e solo di recente, i regolatori del paese hanno approvato 11 società per gestire gli scambi di criptovaluta. Circa 60 istituzioni finanziarie giapponesi - tra cui megabanche, Resona Bank e banche regionali - hanno già completato i test utilizzando la tecnologia. A marzo, molti di loro, tra cui banche di solo internet e banche locali, lanceranno servizi che consentono di rimandare denaro in modo semplice ed economico utilizzando un'app per smartphone.

Il 2018 è sicuramente l'anno del cambiamento e il Congresso Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain del 2018 amplierà ulteriormente gli interessi negli ICO e nella criptovaluta.
Il Congresso terrà discorsi, conferenze e networking, con relatori provenienti da tutto il mondo riuniti in un'unica sede per discutere del futuro delle criptovalute durante questi due giorni.

Dettagli dell'evento:

Data: 2 - 3 luglio
Luogo: Hilton Narita - 456 Kosuge Narita CHIBA 286-0127 GIAPPONE - Royal Hall, 2F
Registrazione: dalle 8:00 alle 9:00 tutti i giorni
Per partecipare all'evento, cliccate qui e inserite il codice promozionale: JIBridge[:en]

2018 Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain Congress

Following its presentation in Milan, SPINDLE has continued making its way through countries all over the world, and on this occasion, they are back in Japan, presenting at the 2018 Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain Congress.

As bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies continue to make the news, the word “blockchain” has come to be a term that is frequently used in all manner of industries. Despite the negative news rocking the community and fueling scepticism, bitcoin has held strong in 2017.
 This is due in no small part to Japan. While the wider community is what breathes life into any coin, Japan is now cryptocurrencies’ heart.

When it all started, there used to be a concern about the longevity of bitcoin and the safety of using such a new invention.
 2017 is the year that this fear disappeared, largely thanks to Japan.

Since 1 April 2017 Japan has been moving full steam ahead with bitcoin adoption and the introduction of the new bitcoin law. The Land of the Rising Sun is one of the countries that has shown enthusiasm for this new paradigm. Back in April, the Tokyo government passed a law recognizing bitcoin as legal tender and just recently, regulators in the country endorsed 11 companies to operate cryptocurrency exchanges.
 About 60 Japanese financial institutions — including megabanks, Resona Bank and regional banks — have already completed tests using the technology. In March, several of them, including internet-only banks and local banks, will launch services that enable money to be remitted easily and cheaply by using a smartphone app.

2018 is definitely the year of the change and the 2018 Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain Congress will broaden interests in ICOs and cryptocurrency even more.
The Congress will have speeches, conferences, and networking, with speakers from all around the world gathering in one venue to discuss the future of cryptocurrencies in our world during these two days.

Event details:

Date: July 2nd – 3rd
Venue: Hilton Narita - 456 Kosuge Narita CHIBA 286-0127 JAPAN - Royal Hall, 2F
Registration: 8am to 9 am both days
To join the event, please click here and enter the promotion code: JIBridge[:ja]

2018 Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain Congress

Following its presentation in Milan, SPINDLE has continued making its way through countries all over the world, and on this occasion, they are back in Japan, presenting at the 2018 Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain Congress.

As bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies continue to make the news, the word “blockchain” has come to be a term that is frequently used in all manner of industries. Despite the negative news rocking the community and fueling scepticism, bitcoin has held strong in 2017.
 This is due in no small part to Japan. While the wider community is what breathes life into any coin, Japan is now cryptocurrencies’ heart.

When it all started, there used to be a concern about the longevity of bitcoin and the safety of using such a new invention.
 2017 is the year that this fear disappeared, largely thanks to Japan.

Since 1 April 2017 Japan has been moving full steam ahead with bitcoin adoption and the introduction of the new bitcoin law. The Land of the Rising Sun is one of the countries that has shown enthusiasm for this new paradigm. Back in April, the Tokyo government passed a law recognizing bitcoin as legal tender and just recently, regulators in the country endorsed 11 companies to operate cryptocurrency exchanges.
 About 60 Japanese financial institutions — including megabanks, Resona Bank and regional banks — have already completed tests using the technology. In March, several of them, including internet-only banks and local banks, will launch services that enable money to be remitted easily and cheaply by using a smartphone app.

2018 is definitely the year of the change and the 2018 Asia Digital Asset & Blockchain Congress will broaden interests in ICOs and cryptocurrency even more.
The Congress will have speeches, conferences, and networking, with speakers from all around the world gathering in one venue to discuss the future of cryptocurrencies in our world during these two days.

Event details:

Date: July 2nd – 3rd
Venue: Hilton Narita - 456 Kosuge Narita CHIBA 286-0127 JAPAN - Royal Hall, 2F
Registration: 8am to 9 am both days
To join the event, please click here and enter the promotion code: JIBridge[:]


Japan Italy: Tenoha Milano

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Tenoha Milano - il concept store giapponese

Nel cuore di Milano sorge un piccolo angolo di Giappone. Inaugurato il 4 aprile, Tenoha, il nuovo concept store giapponese, apre le porte in via Vigevano 18! Per tutti i fans del design minimal giapponese, questa è la nuova mecca assoluta.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

A pochi giorni dall’inaugurazione del Salone del Mobile di Milano, Tenoha ci affascina con il suo concetto di spazio multiuso nel vero senso della parola. Uno spazio che prevede tutto, dallo shopping al food, dal lavoro al relax.
Nel bellissimo evento di inaugurazione ci è stato infatti possibile ammirare a pieno questo bellissimo e nuovissimo concept che unisce il lavoro allo svago, l’utile al dilettevole.
Sviluppandosi su una vasta area, Tenoha racchiude al suo interno un negozio di articoli tutti nipponici, cibo, svago e anche una meravigliosa area di coworking.

Il negozio & l’estetica giapponese

Tenoha porta in Italia il classico design giapponese: semplice, ricco di dettagli e con materiali di prima scelta. Minimal, funzionale e bello, il gusto del sol levante ci ha già conquistato e ora con Tenoha non può che mettere ancora di più le radici nel nostro cuore e nella nostra vita quotidiana. Dalle stoviglie alle decorazioni, dai quaderni alle penne, c’è un’ampia scelta di prodotti di qualità decisamente alta e ad un prezzo tutto sommato nella media (se non meno) per una città come Milano. nsomma, non riusciremo più a farne a meno.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

Il ristorante - tra street food e tradizione

Milano si sa, è ormai diventata quasi come una costola di Tokyo quando parliamo di cibo giapponese. Tuttavia Tenoha è riuscito ad inserirsi nel mercato a gamba tesa con una geniale e inusuale rivisitazione dello street food mixato alla cucina tradizionale giapponese. Tutto è rigorosamente realizzato con ingredienti freschi e stagionali e sotto la supervisione meticolosa di un artista dei fornelli giapponese, Tenoha offre circa 130 posti tra ristorante, caffetteria e area esterna. Una combinazione di sapori ed elementi tipici del sol levante ma in un’esperienza e atmosfera tutta italiana.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

Coworking in stile

Lavorare in un ambiente dove tutto è possibile e con un design che aiuta non solo la concentrazione ma anche la creatività è tutto per una qualsiasi società. Tenoha offre spazi di coworking dove ogni team può lavorare divertendosi e confrontandosi con altre realtà

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

Uno spazio, mille funzionalità

Oltre allo shopping, il cibo e il lavoro, Tenoha ha anche la possibilità di reinventarsi e trasformarsi per qualsiasi occasione. Un palcoscenico dove poter richiamare un gran numero di persone, organizzare attività speciali, eventi e molto altro! Un nuovo polo fondamentale per tutti quelli che hanno bisogno di location durante periodi “caldi” della vita milanese, come ad esempio durante la Milano Fashion Week o il Salonde del Mobile.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

Uno spazio polifunzionale dallo stile giapponese ma dal sapore italiano, il mix perfetto per tutti quelli che desiderano avvicinarsi a Tokyo pur rimanendo nel capoluogo lombardo. Insomma una piccola Tokyo tutta a portata di mano.[:en]

Tenoha Milano - the Japanese concept store

In the heart of Milan there is a small corner of Japan. Inaugurated on April 4th, Tenoha, the new Japanese concept store, opens its doors in via Vigevano 18! For all fans of the Japanese minimal design, this is the new absolute mecca.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

A few days prior the inauguration of the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Tenoha fascinates us with its concept of multi-purpose space in the true sense of the word. A space that provides everything from shopping to food, from work to relaxation.
In the amazing opening night event it was possible to fully admire this beautiful and brand new concept that combines work with leisure, business and pleasure.
Developing on a vast area, Tenoha contains a shop selling all Japanese items, food, entertainment and also a wonderful area of ​​coworking.

The Japanese shop & aesthetics

Tenoha brings classic Japanese design to Italy: simple, rich in details and with first choice materials. Minimal, functional and beautiful, the taste of the rising sun has already conquered us and now with Tenoha it can only put even more roots in our hearts and in our daily life. From flatware to decorations, from notebooks to pens, there is a wide choice of products with a very high quality and at a price all in all in the average (if not less) for a city like Milan. In short, we will no longer be able to live without it.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

The restaurant - between street food and tradition

Milan you know, has now become almost like a rib of Tokyo when talking about Japanese food. However, Tenoha has managed to enter the market with a tense leg through a brilliant and unusual reinterpretation of street food mixed with traditional Japanese cuisine. Everything is rigorously made using fresh, seasonal ingredients and under the meticulous supervision of a Japanese kitchen artist, Tenoha offers around 130 seats including a restaurant, a café and an outdoor area. A combination of flavors and elements typical of the rising sun but with an Italian experience and atmosphere.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

Coworking in style

Working in an environment where everything is possible and with a design that helps not only concentration but also creativity is everything for any company. Tenoha offers coworking spaces where every team can work while having fun and confronting other realities.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

A functional space with a thousands uses

In addition to shopping, food and work, Tenoha also has the opportunity to reinvent itself and transform itself for any occasion. A stage where you can attract a large number of people, organize special activities, events and much more! A new focal point for all those who need locations during "hot" periods of the Milanese life, such as during Milan Fashion Week or the Salone del Mobile.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

A multi-purpose space with a Japanese style but an Italian flavor, the perfect mix for those who want to approach Tokyo while remaining in the Lombard capital. In short, a small Tokyo, all at your fingertips.[:ja]

Tenoha Milano - the Japanese concept store

In the heart of Milan there is a small corner of Japan. Inaugurated on April 4th, Tenoha, the new Japanese concept store, opens its doors in via Vigevano 18! For all fans of the Japanese minimal design, this is the new absolute mecca.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

A few days prior the inauguration of the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Tenoha fascinates us with its concept of multi-purpose space in the true sense of the word. A space that provides everything from shopping to food, from work to relaxation.
In the amazing opening night event it was possible to fully admire this beautiful and brand new concept that combines work with leisure, business and pleasure.
Developing on a vast area, Tenoha contains a shop selling all Japanese items, food, entertainment and also a wonderful area of ​​coworking.

The Japanese shop & aesthetics

Tenoha brings classic Japanese design to Italy: simple, rich in details and with first choice materials. Minimal, functional and beautiful, the taste of the rising sun has already conquered us and now with Tenoha it can only put even more roots in our hearts and in our daily life. From flatware to decorations, from notebooks to pens, there is a wide choice of products with a very high quality and at a price all in all in the average (if not less) for a city like Milan. In short, we will no longer be able to live without it.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

The restaurant - between street food and tradition

Milan you know, has now become almost like a rib of Tokyo when talking about Japanese food. However, Tenoha has managed to enter the market with a tense leg through a brilliant and unusual reinterpretation of street food mixed with traditional Japanese cuisine. Everything is rigorously made using fresh, seasonal ingredients and under the meticulous supervision of a Japanese kitchen artist, Tenoha offers around 130 seats including a restaurant, a café and an outdoor area. A combination of flavors and elements typical of the rising sun but with an Italian experience and atmosphere.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

Coworking in style

Working in an environment where everything is possible and with a design that helps not only concentration but also creativity is everything for any company. Tenoha offers coworking spaces where every team can work while having fun and confronting other realities.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

A functional space with a thousands uses

In addition to shopping, food and work, Tenoha also has the opportunity to reinvent itself and transform itself for any occasion. A stage where you can attract a large number of people, organize special activities, events and much more! A new focal point for all those who need locations during "hot" periods of the Milanese life, such as during Milan Fashion Week or the Salone del Mobile.

Photo credit: japanitalybridge.com

A multi-purpose space with a Japanese style but an Italian flavor, the perfect mix for those who want to approach Tokyo while remaining in the Lombard capital. In short, a small Tokyo, all at your fingertips.[:]


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Da Kyoto a Roma - l’artigianato giapponese in mostra

Photo credits: google images

Il ristorante, sala da té e libreria Doozo, che in giapponese significa prego, è un luogo in cui poter trascorrere il proprio tempo libero in una dimensione di scambio, crescita e confronto fra due culture distanti fra loro: quella italiana e quella giapponese. Qui, presso lo spazio espositivo, Sabato 28 ottobre, Roma incontrerà il Giappone attraverso l'evento: "Da Kyoto a Roma: l’artigianato giapponese in mostra”.

Protagonisti saranno Takaaki Saida, 39 anni, artigiano della pietra e scultore delle lanterne tōrō di Kyoto e Akihiro Mashimo, 40 anni , artigiano del bambù conosciuto per la creazione di un lungomare di 1 km. Essi sono tra gli ultimi Maestri Artigiani riconosciuti rimasti in Giappone.

Membri del Laboratorio di artigianato Kyōtoshokuninkōbo (京都職人工房), esporteranno la tradizione artigianale giapponese anche in Italia, dopo essere stati in America presso l’Anderson Japanese Garden. Questo è stato reso possibile grazie ad un fondo ottenuto dalla Camera di Commercio di Kameoka a Kyoto. Il giorno successivo, 29 ottobre, ci sarà la possibilità di prendere parte al workshop volto alla realizzazione del tradizionale cestino di bambù assieme al maestro artigiano Akihiro Mashimo.

Photo credits: google images

L'intenzione dei due giovani maestri è quella di diffondere le tecniche di lavorazione della pietra e del bambù con dimostrazioni dal vivo. Takaaki Saida si cimenterà in una dimostrazione della lavorazione tradizionale tramite l’incisione su pietra, servendosi anche di un filmato per spiegare la storia di questo antico mestiere. Mashimo dimostrerà invece come tagliare, manipolare il bambù e creerà recinti tradizionali per il giardino giapponese assieme ad altri oggetti di uso comune.

Photo credits: google images

Informazioni:

“Da Kyoto a Roma: l’artigianato giapponese in mostra”

Doozo art book & sushi - Via Palermo 51-53, Roma - Tel. 06 481 56 55 - Email. info@doozo.it

sabato 28 ottobre dalle ore 15.00 alle ore 19.00,  ingresso gratuito;
domenica 29 ottobre 2017, 16.00 – 18.00, workshop a pagamento

Durante le due giornata sarà possibile degustare un aperitivo a base di sakè offerto dai 3 produttori giapponesi sponsor dell’evento:

Tatenokawa Shizou 楯野川 con un Junmaidaiginjou Seiryu 純米大吟醸
Nagai shuzou 永井酒造株式会社 con un Junmaiginjou Mizubashou 水芭蕉
Konishi shuzou 小西酒造 con un Junmaishu Aobaenosumikirijunmai 碧冴えの澄みきり純米[:en]

From Kyoto to Rome: Japanese craftsmanship on display

Photo credits: google images

The restaurant, tea room and bookshop Doozo, that in Japanese means ‘you are welcome’, is a place where you can spend your free time in a dimension of exchange, growth and comparison between two cultures that are distant from one another: the Italian one and the Japanese one. Here, at the exhibition space, Saturday October 28th, Rome will meet Japan through the event: "From Kyoto to Rome: Japanese craftsmanship on display".

The protagonists will be Takaaki Saida, 39, stone artisan and sculptor of tōrō lanterns in Kyoto and Akihiro Mashimo, 40, a bamboo craftsman known for creating a 1 mile long promenade. They are among the last recognized Master Craftsmen left in Japan.

Members of the Kyōtoshokuninkōbo Handcraft Laboratory (京都 職 人工 房) they will showcase the Japanese craft tradition in Italy, after being in America at the Anderson Japanese Garden. This was made possible thanks to a fund obtained from the Kameoka Chamber of Commerce in Kyoto. The following day, October 29, it will be possible to take part in a workshop aimed at the creation of the traditional bamboo basket together with the master craftsman Akihiro Mashimo.

Photo credits: google images

The intention of the two young masters is to spread the techniques for working stone and bamboo with live demonstrations. Takaaki Saida will give a demonstration of traditional craftsmanship through stone engraving, also using a video clip to explain the history of this ancient craft. On the other hand, Mashimo will show how to cut and manipulate bamboo to create traditional fences for Japanese gardens along with other commonly used items.

Photo credits: google images

Info:

“From Kyoto to Rome: Japanese craftsmanship on display”

Doozo art book & sushi - Via Palermo 51-53, Roma - Tel. 06 481 56 55 - Email. info@doozo.it

October 28, Saturday, from 15.00 to 19.00,  free entry;
October 29, Sunday, from 16.00 to 18.00, workshop with admission fee

During the two-days event you will be able to taste a Saké-based aperitif offered by the 3 Japanese sponsors of the exhibition:

Tatenokawa Shizou 楯野川 with a Junmaidaiginjou Seiryu 純米大吟醸
Nagai shuzou 永井酒造株式会社 with a Junmaiginjou Mizubashou 水芭蕉
Konishi shuzou 小西酒造 with a Junmaishu Aobaenosumikirijunmai 碧冴えの澄みきり純米[:ja]

From Kyoto to Rome: Japanese craftsmanship on display

Photo credits: google images

The restaurant, tea room and bookshop Doozo, that in Japanese means ‘you are welcome’, is a place where you can spend your free time in a dimension of exchange, growth and comparison between two cultures that are distant from one another: the Italian one and the Japanese one. Here, at the exhibition space, Saturday October 28th, Rome will meet Japan through the event: "From Kyoto to Rome: Japanese craftsmanship on display".

The protagonists will be Takaaki Saida, 39, stone artisan and sculptor of tōrō lanterns in Kyoto and Akihiro Mashimo, 40, a bamboo craftsman known for creating a 1 mile long promenade. They are among the last recognized Master Craftsmen left in Japan.

Members of the Kyōtoshokuninkōbo Handcraft Laboratory (京都 職 人工 房) they will showcase the Japanese craft tradition in Italy, after being in America at the Anderson Japanese Garden. This was made possible thanks to a fund obtained from the Kameoka Chamber of Commerce in Kyoto. The following day, October 29, it will be possible to take part in a workshop aimed at the creation of the traditional bamboo basket together with the master craftsman Akihiro Mashimo.

Photo credits: google images

The intention of the two young masters is to spread the techniques for working stone and bamboo with live demonstrations. Takaaki Saida will give a demonstration of traditional craftsmanship through stone engraving, also using a video clip to explain the history of this ancient craft. On the other hand, Mashimo will show how to cut and manipulate bamboo to create traditional fences for Japanese gardens along with other commonly used items.

Photo credits: google images

Info:

“From Kyoto to Rome: Japanese craftsmanship on display”

Doozo art book & sushi - Via Palermo 51-53, Roma - Tel. 06 481 56 55 - Email. info@doozo.it

October 28, Saturday, from 15.00 to 19.00,  free entry;
October 29, Sunday, from 16.00 to 18.00, workshop with admission fee

During the two-days event you will be able to taste a Saké-based aperitif offered by the 3 Japanese sponsors of the exhibition:

Tatenokawa Shizou 楯野川 with a Junmaidaiginjou Seiryu 純米大吟醸
Nagai shuzou 永井酒造株式会社 with a Junmaiginjou Mizubashou 水芭蕉
Konishi shuzou 小西酒造 with a Junmaishu Aobaenosumikirijunmai 碧冴えの澄みきり純米[:]


Japan Italy Bridge Tips: Edogawa Fireworks

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Edogawa Fireworks

Edogawa fireworks, japan italy bridge

photo credit: ajpscs

Se questa estate vi trovate a Tokyo vogliamo consigliarvi un meraviglioso spettacolo che da 43 anni a questa parte allieta gli abitanti di Edogawa (quartiere speciale di Tokyo che prende nome dal fiume Edo).
L’Edogawa Fireworks Festival si svolge ogni primo sabato d’agosto, dove per 75 minuti non potrete far altro che tenere gli occhi puntati al cielo. Uno spettacolo con più di 14,000 fuochi d’artificio lanciati nei cieli di Tokyo.

Vi consigliamo di assistere al festival dal Parco di Shinozaki, a circa 15 minuti a piedi dalla stazione omonima di Shinozaki. Guardare ovviamente è gratuito ma fatte presto a prendere il vostro posto perfetto! Giusto in tempo per rimanere estasiati dalla spettacolare apertura con il lancio di 1,000 fuochi d’artificio d’argento e oro solo nei primi incredibili minuti.

Se non siete sicuri di riuscire a conquistare il vostro posto in tempo potrete riservarne uno acquistando il vostro biglietto qui (Solo Giapponese).

Che siate da soli, o in dolce compagnia, con gli amici o con la vostra famiglia.. Non perdetevi questo spettacolo unico!!

DATA: 5 Ago, 2017
ORARIO DI INIZIO/FINE: 19:15 – 20:30
LOCATION: Edogawa Fireworks Festival Location
INGRESSO: Libero / Posto riservabile aquistando tramite questo sito (Solo giapponese)
STAZIONE PIÚ VICINA: Shinozaki
DOVE: Ichikawa, Tokyo

Edogawa fireworks

photo credit: cate♪

photo credit: Luke Kaneko


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Edogawa Fireworks

Edogawa fireworks, japan italy bridge

photo credit: ajpscs

Se questa estate vi trovate a Tokyo vogliamo consigliarvi un meraviglioso spettacolo che da 43 anni a questa parte allieta gli abitanti di Edogawa (quartiere speciale di Tokyo che prende nome dal fiume Edo).
L’Edogawa Fireworks Festival si svolge ogni primo sabato d’agosto, dove per 75 minuti non potrete far altro che tenere gli occhi puntati al cielo. Uno spettacolo con più di 14,000 fuochi d’artificio lanciati nei cieli di Tokyo.

Vi consigliamo di assistere al festival dal Parco di Shinozaki, a circa 15 minuti a piedi dalla stazione omonima di Shinozaki. Guardare ovviamente è gratuito ma fatte presto a prendere il vostro posto perfetto! Giusto in tempo per rimanere estasiati dalla spettacolare apertura con il lancio di 1,000 fuochi d’artificio d’argento e oro solo nei primi incredibili minuti.

Se non siete sicuri di riuscire a conquistare il vostro posto in tempo potrete riservarne uno acquistando il vostro biglietto qui (Solo Giapponese).

Che siate da soli, o in dolce compagnia, con gli amici o con la vostra famiglia.. Non perdetevi questo spettacolo unico!!

DATA: 5 Ago, 2017
ORARIO DI INIZIO/FINE: 19:15 – 20:30
LOCATION: Edogawa Fireworks Festival Location
INGRESSO: Libero / Posto riservabile aquistando tramite questo sito (Solo giapponese)
STAZIONE PIÚ VICINA: Shinozaki
DOVE: Ichikawa, Tokyo

Edogawa fireworks

photo credit: cate♪

photo credit: Luke Kaneko


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Edogawa Fireworks

Edogawa fireworks, japan italy bridge

photo credit: ajpscs

If you are in Tokyo this summer we suggest this wonderful event that for 42 years has been entertaining people of Edogawa (Special ward of Tokyo that takes it’s name from Edo River).
The Edogawa Fireworks Festival takes place every first Saturday of August, where for 75 minutes you won’t be able to take your eyes from the sky. A show with more than 14,000 fireworks shot up into Tokyo’s sky.

We suggest you watch the show Shinozaki Park, about 15 minutes on foot from Shinozaki Station. Obviously it is a free event but hurry up if you want to catch the perfect spot! Right in time to be amazed by the spectacular opening with about 1000 golden and silver fireworks shot up into the sky only during the first incredible minutes.

If you are not sure to catch a spot then you can reserve one buying your thicket on this site (Japanese only).

Whether you go alone, or with your lover, whether you are with your friends or your family… Don’t miss this unique event!!

DATE: 5th Aug, 2017
STARTING/FINISHING TIME: 07:15pm – 08:30pm
LOCATION: Edogawa Fireworks Festival Location
ENTRY: Free / Reservable seats here (Japanese only)
CLOSER STATION: Shinozaki
WHERE: Ichikawa, Tokyo

Edogawa fireworks

photo credit: cate♪

photo credit: Luke Kaneko


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