TENOHA Milano presenta: Bulk Homme + Beauty Routine

TENOHA Milano ricorda l’importanza della Beauty Routine anche agli uomini con BULK HOMME! Prima di tutto facciamo un piccolo reminder sul “cos’è” la Japanese Beauty Routine.

TENOHA Milano e la Japanese Beauty routine

Autore: SaiKaiAngel

Con il capitolo 2, TENOHA Milano ci mostra che la Japanese Beauty Routine è una vera e propria dichiarazione per il nostro corpo, un modo per ricordargli ogni giorno che dobbiamo prenderci cura di lui. La prima dichiarazione d’amore infatti va fatta a noi stessi e al nostro benessere. Anche voi, uomini! Nello spazio TENOHA &| SHOP di TENOHA Milano potete farlo! Facciamo una panoramica su che cos’è questo nuovo capitolo della Japanese Beauty Routine e parliamo di BULK HOMME!

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BULK HOMME è stato lanciato in Giappone nel 2013, da quel momento la sua ascesa è stata velocissima soprattutto nel mercato D2C diretto al consumatore. Ora, BULK HOMME comprende 18 articoli con distribuzione in tutta l’Asia orientale.
Una particolare attenzione è concessa anche al design, che non solo è molto elegante, ma anche ecocompatibile, particolarità importantissima soprattutto al giorno d’oggi.

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Ci sono pochi prodotti nella vita per i quali possiamo dire: "Ne ho assolutamente bisogno", con innumerevoli marchi che si contendono la nostra attenzione. Ma vi siete mai chiesti quali qualità sono essenziali per voi? BULK HOMME è un'esperienza unica e rinfrescante che non vedrete l'ora di vivere ogni giorno. Vedrete che ogni giorno la skincare con BULK HOMME diventerà un appuntamento essenziale di cui non potrete mai più fare a meno. Non solo vi aiuterà a fare quella famosa “dichiarazione d’amore” al vostro corpo di cui parlavamo prima, ma sarà anche un momento di distensione non solo della pelle, ma anche di tutto il corpo. Semplice ma emozionante, l'essenziale di tutti i giorni che affascina i sensi. Le soluzioni per la cura della pelle sono efficaci, presentate con stile ed eleganza, e sono un piacere da provare. Regalatevi un momento di piacere solo per voi stessi con BULK HOMME, il marchio per la cura della pelle maschile.

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BULK HOMME ricorda agli uomini quanto importante sia una buona skincare con tre fasi: il lavaggio del viso, l’uso del toner e della lozione.
Quello che rende i prodotti di BULK HOMME unici, non è solamente in design particolare e la qualità del prodotto in sè, ma anche la loro texture. Solitamente siamo abituati a prodotti con una texture pesante, grassa che alla fine risulta essere non adatta alla nostra pelle, la sentiamo molto soffocante sul nostro viso. Invece la texture dei prodotti BULK HOMME è leggera anche grazie agli ingredienti naturali di qualità tra cui salice, proteine della seta, acqua idratante Onsen ricca di minerali, estratti di Yuzu, mela verde e tè verde.

Bulk Homme

Se sei un uomo non puoi perdere questa occasione di provare i prodotto BULK HOMME che direttamente dal Giappone puoi trovare in TENOHA &| SHOP di TENOHA Milano! Fortunatamente ora c’è questo angolo di Giappone che ci permette di avere i prodotti migliori ad un passo da noi! Nel caso tu non fossi un uomo, ma tu stia cercando un regalo particolare e di qualità da fare ad un uomo, sarai sicura di fare una splendida figura con i prodotti BULK HOMME! E’ sicuramente di cui gli uomini presto non potranno più fare a meno!

Volete provare questi meravigliosi prodotti gratuitamente? Volete vederli e toccarli dal vivo? BULK HOMME promuove i suoi nuovi prodotti attraverso un product testing in TENOHA &| SHOP aperto a tutti i clienti!
Non mancate, vi aspettiamo!

Quando: 26 e 27 settembre | Mattino > 11:00 - 13:00 | Pomeriggio > 15:00 - 19:00
Dove: TENOHA & | SHOP c/o TENOHA MILANO — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano

CAPITOLO #3 - SHIBUI | Trattamento viso con prodotti giapponesi con la founder di Shibui Italia, Raffaella Grisa

“Tratto l’esterno e curo l’interno” è il motto su cui si basa la cura personale secondo Raffaella Grisa: è importante curare il proprio essere interno per far apparire la bellezza esteriore. Si cominci con il relax più totale con l’assaggio di un infuso creato con la foglia di gettou (elemento essenziale della linea di prodotti di cosmesi di Ruhaku) che ci aiuterà a purificare l’interno.

Il vero e proprio workshop comincerà con la specialist di Jbeauty Lorena con un momento meditativo grazie a HITO, una speciale fragranza che cura l’anima e riequilibra i chakra. Solo dopo aver purificato l’anima, si passerà alla cura della bellezza esteriore.

Avete voglia di dedicare un momento di puro benessere, interno ed esterno, allontanandovi da tutto ciò che appesantisce la vostra persona? Questo workshop vi permetterà di farlo! Non perdete questa occasione e concedetevi una giornata solo per voi!

Ovviamente i prodotti sono anche disponibili in TENOHA &|SHOP.

Quando: 7 novembre
# 1 turno 10:30 – 12:00
# 2 turno 14:00 – 15:30
# 3 turno 16:00 – 17:30 (solo se ci fossero altre richieste)

Dove: TENOHA & | WORK c/o TENOHA MILANO — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
Costo: 40€
Posti: 10 a turno

CAPITOLO #4 - DOTERRA | Trattamento con oli essenziali - con Marcella Mosci

Ogni giorno siamo sottoposti a stress e freneticità, causa lavoro e problemi personali. Non pensate che sia il momento di fermarsi un attimo per cercare un po’ di pace ed equilibrio? . Con gli oli essenziali possiamo farlo facilmente e velocemente! In questo workshop creeremo per voi una bio beauty routine a seconda della vostra pelle con creme e oli essenziali. L’esperienza olfattiva guidata dagli oli essenziali, ci insegnerà il loro riconoscimento e la scelta del prodotto più adatto alla nostra pelle.

Ma cos’è esattamente DoTerra? Fondata nel 2008, DoTerra (da un’espressione di origine latina che significa “dono della terra”) è nata con la missione di diffondere i benefici degli oli essenziali con la certificazione CPTG (Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade®), che si contraddistinguono per gli standard di qualità, purezza e sicurezza più elevata di tutto il settore. Insieme a professionisti della medicina tradizionale e alternativa, incoraggia studi e applicazioni degli oli essenziali di grado terapeutico nelle pratiche sanitarie moderne. DoTerra ha anche sviluppato l’iniziativa Co-Impact Sourcing, attraverso la fondazione Healing Hands, che permette uno sfruttamento sostenibile delle risorse per la produzione di oli, il sostegno delle comunità locali e lo sviluppo di progetti di responsabilità sociale.

Quando: 21 novembre
#1 turno 10:30 – 12:00
#2 turno 14:00 – 15:30

Dove: TENOHA & | WORK c/o TENOHA MILANO — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
Costo: 40€
Posti: 10 a turno

Cosa state aspettando? Il momento da dedicare a voi stessi è arrivato! Vi aspettiamo!


TENOHA &| WORKSHOP: Kintsugi

Another appointment not to be missed at TENOHA Milano, which returns to propose the Kintsugi workshop, after the great success of the previous edition!

Kintsugi workshop with Mariangela Zabatino and Raffaella Nobili

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Kintsugi

Another appointment not to be missed at TENOHA Milano, which returns to propose the Kintsugi workshop, after the great success of the previous edition! Mariangela Zabatino from Anima Mundi, with the collaboration of Raffaella Nobili from Japanese Paraventi, will bring you to the calm and the right concentration that only the Kintsugi technique can give.

To refresh your mind, here is what this technique is about: The kintsugi (金継ぎ), or kintsukuroi (金繕い), literally "repair with gold", is a Japanese practice that consists in using gold, liquid silver or lacquer with gold powder for the repair of ceramic objects. The technique allows to obtain precious objects especially from an artistic point of view. The idea is to demonstrate that from imperfection and a wound can arise an even greater form of aesthetic and inner perfection. From every fragment, from every wound something important is born, from every imperfection can arise a new perfection and a new way of living. We must always learn from mistakes and fractures, so that they can never happen again. The art of kintsugi is often used as a symbol and metaphor of resilience.

Kintsugi is an essential experience for body and mind. Do not miss this opportunity and come to understand the true meaning of "rebirth", obviously always here at TENOHA Milano, the real corner of Japan in Italy! 

Click the following link to book your seat!
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Details

When: October 4, 2020
10:30 -10:50 start of the course and introductory notes on Kintsugi through slide projection
10:50 -12:30 am -12:30 pm course with the repair of two ceramics

Where: TENOHA & WORK
TENOHA MILANO - Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milan

Cost: 75€ per pax

Pax: Minimum No. 7, Maximum No. 13

Click here for more info:
https://workshops.tenoha.it/


Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck @ TENOHA Milano

TENOHA Milano is proud to present Memories from the Ordinary, the first exhibition in Milan of Johanna Tagada, French artist who lives and works between London and the Alsatian countryside.

MEMORIES FROM THE ORDINARY Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck

Author: SaiKaiAngel

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Memories from the Ordinary, curated by Giulia Giazzoli and Joel Valabrega, will be at your disposal in the pop-up spaces of TENOHA Milano. The works range from painting to drawing, and from the collage to textile design and… listen!! In the preview, Johanna Tagada will also exhibit two unpublished works from his series Gestures of Love! An appointment not to be missed.

Gestures of Love

According to the artist, life resides in moments of simplicity, of positivity, in a society that never stops to enjoy these beauties.
His work has a great recognizability: the meticulous choice of color palette carefully studied, the selection of materials and textures that often precedes the work. The soft colors, soft shapes and sustainable materials and we are talking about organic cotton fibers, recycled paper and natural colors. Johanna Tagada's idea of ecology finds its foundation in the deep ecology of Arne Naess, Norwegian philosopher and mountaineer who first used the term ecosophy.

Johanna Tagada

Daily-Practice

Let's take a few examples: in the Tea Vessels series, Johanna Tagada depicts objects related to tea culture in a maximum of twenty minutes, exactly the time of a cup of tea. This is an example of how everyday life can be complemented by meditation, which we carry out in all our daily gestures. The theme of memory emerges strongly in the installation Le Refuge (2016). La Refuge is a large cotton tent inside which Johanna Tagada hand embroidered sentences collected from visitors during her project Épistolaire Imaginaire (2014-2017).

Johanna Tagada

Le Refuge

We are talking about a very lively and prolific artist and she has already had a series of solo exhibitions in London, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Strasbourg, in particular:
Strasbourg - Épistolaire Imaginaire - Merci alla Galerie Jean-Francois Kaiser by
Nidi Gallery Tokyo - Take Care - きをつけて.
In 2014 Johanna founded the positive and collaborative cultural project Poetic Pastel. Her continuous research for art also resulted in publishing: in 2018 she co-founded the independent magazine "Journal du Thè" and since 2014 she has been creating "positive and participatory" cultural projects with Poetic Pastel Press. Some of her incredible publications will be on sale in the TENOHA store.

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To marry everyday life with art, to respect the artist's feelings and to spoil visitors as always, organic teas and infusions will be offered during the exhibition in collaboration with Wilden Herbals Tea.
You cannot miss this opportunity and this unique and sensory experience!

Dettagli

Where: TENOHA MILANO – Pop-up space, Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
When: Dal 9 al 18 settembre 2020 dalle ore 15 alle 21

In collaboration with: TENOHA MILAN
Technical sponsor: Wilden Herbals Tea

Contacts:
Giulia Giazzoli giazzoligiulia@gmail.com
Joel Valabrega joel.valabrega@gmail.com


Movie week @ TENOHA Milano

The great events of TENOHA Milano are back with the STUDIO GHIBLI movie marathon in the MOVIE WEEK! What could be better than these wonderful movies together with the only aperitifs of TENOHA Milano? But let's take a closer look at what Studio Ghibli is.

Marathon Studio Ghibli in TENOHA Milano

Author: SaiKaiAngel

TENOHA Ghibli

Studio Ghibli, Inc. is a Japanese animated film studio. Its anime is known and appreciated throughout the world.

Founded in 1985 by the famous director Hayao Miyazaki together with his colleague Isao Takahata, it was originally founded in 1983 with the beginning of Nausicaä in the Wind Valley (1984), previously serialized in 1982 as a manga by Tokuma Shoten.
"Ghibli" is the name of a hot wind used by Italian pilots in North Africa in World War II and their reconnaissance airplanes. Hayao Miyazaki, who has always had a passion for old aircraft, decided to use this word as a name for the new studio with the phrase: "Let's blow a hot wind in the world of Japanese animation!”

Movie Schedule

Howl's Moving Castle

TENOHA Ghibli

• 18 September 2020 - The Wandering Castle of Howl - ハウルの動く城 (2004)
Young Sophie, 18, works tirelessly in the hat boutique that belonged to her father. During one of her rare outings in the city, she met Howl the Magician. Misunderstanding their relationship, a witch casts a terrible curse on Sophie and turns her into a 90-year-old woman. Prostrate, Sophie flees and wanders the wastelands. By pure chance, she enters Howl's Wandering Castle and, hiding her true identity, gets hired as a cleaning lady. This "old lady", as mysterious as she is dynamic, will soon manage to give new life to the old dwelling inhabited only by a young apprentice, Markl, and the one who runs the Castle, Calcifer, the fire demon. More energetic than ever, Sophie performs miracles. What fabulous fate awaits her? What will happen between her and Howl?

Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi

TENOHA Ghibli

• 19 September 2020 - The Enchanted City - 千と千尋の神隠し (2001)
Chihiro, a 10-year-old girl, and her parents are moving when the girl's father takes the wrong road. Thinking he has found an abandoned amusement park, the father enters the complex to visit it, followed by his wife and, reluctantly, Chihiro. The three of them cross the bed of a dry river and find themselves in a city composed entirely of restaurants and clubs, and on a counter they find a rich buffet. Parents sit down and start eating, thinking they will pay when someone shows up. Chihiro meanwhile explores the area and finds a large spa complex. A young boy, Haku, orders her to leave, but on her way back she discovers that her parents have become pigs and that she can't cross the flooded river.

Kaze no tani no Naushika

Studio Ghibli

• 20 September 2020 - Nausicaä in the Wind Valley - 風の谷のナウシカ
Following a cataclysm that devastated the entire planet, a toxic forest covered most of the Earth's surface. In this apocalyptic scenario, where a new war is about to explode, the kingdom of the Wind Valley - ruled by Jihl, father of the brave Princess Nausicaä - is one of the few areas still populated. Nausicaä has two gifts: being able to ride the wind flying like birds and being able to communicate with the Ohm, the giant insect guardians of the forest. Thanks to her skills and the love and esteem of her people, Princess Nausicaä will undertake a courageous challenge to restore peace and reconcile humanity with the Earth.

Details

When: September 18 - 19 - 20
Aperitif from 18:00 to 20:00
Screening from 18:00

Where: & | DISCOVER, TENOHA MILANO via Vigevano 18, 20144 Italia
Cost: special aperitif € 12 + free entry to the cinema
Seats: 20 Max (subject to availability)


Untranslatable words: Mono No Aware, Shakkei, Hikikomori, Omotenashi, Betsubara

It happened to everyone at least once to surf the internet and find articles about "untranslatable words". In fact, we often discover that every nation has special words with a certain meaning without any correspondence in its own language. Today we at Japan Italy Bridge want to try to summarize those special, unique and sometimes magical words that enclose an entire world.

Untranslatable words: Mono No Aware, Shakkei, Hikikomori, Omotenashi, Betsubara

Author: Sara

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Untranslatable words: Mono No Aware

The first on the list of our untranslatable words is 物の哀れ, "mono no aware". An aesthetic concept that expresses strong emotional participation in the beauty of nature and human life with a consequent nostalgic feeling linked to its incessant change. So literally we could translate it as "the pathos of things" or "the beauty of the ephemeral".

Mono no Aware finds its roots in the Heian period, but it spread only in the Edo period when the scholar Motoori Norinaga made a careful analysis and criticism of Murasaki Shikibu's "The Tale of Genji" defining it as a perfect example of "mono no aware", the perfect essence of Japanese culture. From this moment on, the creative path of many Japanese artists has had as its pivot this strange and complex concept. In fact, we find extremely sentimental the "transience" of things to take over, both in literary as well as cinematographic works. This leaves that feeling of "lack" for an ending that neither the reader nor the spectator is satisfied with. A sweet sadness and awareness that everything is destined to die slowly (and for this reason it must be loved deeply).

Shakkei

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The second expression we want to analyze is 借景, "shakkei". This time it is a particular technique literally defined as "landscape on loan", i.e. incorporating external elements of the landscape into the composition of a garden, the perfect fusion of the available elements already present with the surrounding aesthetics.

We could say that the whole of Japan refers to the concept of "Shakkei". Everything seems to be exactly in the right place in a harmonious and not shamelessly calculated and studied way. A sort of exaltation of nature as if even skyscrapers were an integral and perfect part of the whole landscape. In reality, however, this expression refers purely to the gardens of East Asia, which gives them the charm we know well. The principles of "borrowed landscape" have their roots in the Sakuteiteki (ancient Japanese gardening treatise), which developed further and further until it reached its maximum popularity during the Meiji and Taisho periods.

Hikikomori

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The third word is perhaps among the best known and most "dangerous". We are talking about 引き籠もり, Hikikomori. Today it is a sad social phenomenon that can have extreme consequences and goes beyond mere "isolation". There are people who decide to voluntarily withdraw from social life, seeking extreme levels of loneliness by assuming a deleterious lifestyle both physically and psychologically. Night and day are reversed, direct relationships are often replaced by virtual ones or, in even more extreme cases, none at all. The hikikomori wanders around his room, devoid of any stimuli and this, as is intuitable, are characteristics that distinguish depressed subjects with obsessive-compulsive attitudes.

The first to give a name to this particular phenomenon was the psychiatrist Tamaki Saitō when he observed that the number of those who presented this deep lethargy towards life increased and the characteristics were always the same. Therefore, we can define Hikikomori as a syndrome rather than a word in itself.

Untranslatable words: Omotenashi

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The fourth on the list is お持て成し, "omotenashi". It is really difficult to find an equivalent that can even give an idea of this wonderful concept. We could use the word "hospitality", but it is almost reductive. This word expresses one of the most complex and profound aspects of Japanese culture. Omotenashi is the will to be attentive and take care of others. It also means to give importance to details, to be aware of one's own actions, to have the sensibility to seek harmony and to make others feel good. It was the Buddhist monk Sen no Rikyū who established the principles and good rules of conduct during the famous tea ceremony, an expression of the utmost care towards the guest.

There fore, Omotenashi is a reflection of Japan, the basis on which the behavioural etiquette of the entire country is rooted. Even if it is not said that this sense of "hospitality" is always encountered (the whole world is a country: there are also very unfriendly Japanese!), but you can easily perceive it when you experience it.

Betsubara

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The last term we will address today is べつばら, "betsubara". It's a word that can make you smile and literally means "separate stomach." This is where all dessert goes when you say you can't eat another bite, but you eat it anyway. It's a bit like when you say, "there's always room for dessert" even though you already feel totally full. Obviously it can be understood for any food you have a weakness for: it can be ramen, sushi, pizza. So everyone has a different "betsubara"! Which one is yours?


Nikken Cutlery makes you feel like real samurai

Nikken Cutlery not only decided to explain to you how Oda Nobunaga and the greatest Samurai cut the tags from their clothes, but they also created the way to make you do the same nowadays!

Nikken Cutlery makes you feel like real samurai

Autore: SaiKaiAngel | Fonte: Soranews24.com

In ancient times, the Samurai never left the house without their sword, because they didn't know when they should defend themselves. Nowadays, luckily it's less likely to meet enemies or brigands on the street (hopefully!), but still, the need of having to cut something or open a snack could happen. How nice would it be to be able to open a snack with this set of mini scissors in the shape of the real and historic katana? Enjoy the samurai spirit into everyday life!

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If you look carefully, you can also notice the famous hamon on the metal of these cutters in the shape of a katana, do you know what it is? The hamon (刃 文) is the line of tempering that characterizes the katana obtained through differentiated tempering.
A particular type of "differentiated" hardening between the back and the wire produces a slightly different colour line on the cutting edge, called hamon (刃 文). The shape of the hamon is an identifying sign of the age of the blade and of the author. In fact, the real katana connoisseur, looks at the hamon immediately. Obviously, Nikken Cutlery has also remained faithful to this for these special cutters.

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Nikken Cutlery, which is based in the city of Seki in the prefecture of Gifu, offers three models:

  • First model: based on the Heshikiri Hasebe, the famous sword of the warlord Oda Nobunaga.
  • Second model: Izumi no Kami Kanesada from Hijikata Toshizo, deputy commander of the 19th century Shinsengumi group.
  • Third model: it comes from Shinsengumi, in the form of Yamato no Kamiyasusada, the sword of Okita Soji, a member of Shinsengumi.

And there’s more! The mini katana is equipped with a mini katanabukuro (the cloth container), with the blue and white Shinsengumi motif for the swords of Hijikata and Okita, or purple for the Nobunaga katanas.

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And again! Nikken Cutlery has decided to make you a Samurai also in the office. It’s true, their skills have also expanded in the creation of office tools and we are talking about surprising katana-shaped letter openers with the possibility of personalized engravings. So you want to open the letters like a real samurai? Not a problem thanks to Nikken Cutlery!

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Also here you can choose among three varieties of katana letter openers. Each of them is equipped with support, so you can show your warrior spirit to everyone and with pride!

  • First model: "Iron Cloud". Its handle is black and gold, and its sheath seems coated with lacquer since it is a glossy black with golden sparkles.
  • Second model: "Scarlet Gold Cloud", with an elegant black and red hilt and a red sheath with splashes of gold.
  • Third model: "Black Grains of Rock", which has a purple and black hilt and a black sheath with a rough texture that appears to have been roughly carved from lava rock.

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All sheaths are hand-painted by craftsmen, so each of them will be unique, as the blades are always created by Seki craftsmen. Each blade will have a very tapered edge but don't worry, they are specially designed not to cut human skin. It is not a real weapon, be quiet warriors! In addition, the blade is carefully hardened with a heat treatment that uses traditional blacksmith techniques and makes them resistant.

In case you are interested in the very personal engraving, these are made on the blade near the hilt and they can be names, messages, given all within eight kanji, hiragana and katakana characters or 15 Roman letters and numbers including spaces.

Nikken Cutlery

Don’t miss the opportunity to dress your day with Japanese tradition, rely on Nikken Cutlery!

For more information on these products: Nikken Cutlery official site | Twitter


The Animal Crossing Phenomenon

As we already know, Japan is a land of trends that come and go, but the recent Animal Crossing phenomenon has involved the whole world, and we're not just talking about the gaming one.

Animal Crossing, Nintendo's worldwide phenomenon

written by: Sara

When it comes to writing about video games in our blog, I'm always strongly questioning whether or not to do so because there are myriad titles from the Rising Sun worthy of note! This time, however, we couldn't help but wonder: the video game in question has really won everyone over, especially during the quarantine period with its simplicity, its "chill" mood and its bright colors. Yes, I'm talking about Animal Crossing!

Animal Crossing

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The various versions

The Japanese title どうぶつの森 (Doubutsu no Mori) literally means "Animal Forest" and was developed for Nintendo by game designer Hisashi Nogami back in 2001 and quickly became one of the most popular video games ever. At its first release, in fact, there were several editions such as Animal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City, Animal Crossing: New Leaf and the very recent Animal Crossing: New Horizons; in addition to cute spin-offs such as Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer and Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, the latter available for Android and iOS.

Animal Crossing

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Simulator of life, this game catapults us into a world inhabited by curious anthropomorphic animals with which you can interact. There is no real goal, the strength of the series is to customize your village, collect objects, explore and... relax. In addition, the time flows exactly like that of our reality. The day and night, the seasons, the festivities, alternate following the rhythms of our daily life.
The latest edition of the game, New Horizons, is set in a deserted island, totally customizable thanks to the Terra Forming feature that allows you to let your imagination run wild and recreate environments of the most varied inspiration.

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Once you have created your own style, furnished the furniture, invited friends to visit the island etc etc etc what is left to do? Some might say that playability runs out, but it doesn't. In fact, events and updates make New Horizons an endless and fascinating video game where you can celebrate weddings, birthdays and ceremonies of various kinds. Create a party with friends, celebrate holidays such as Christmas, Easter, Tanabata, participate in festivals of various kinds, competitions and surprise events! Once again, Japan has given us something unique. A game to play when the world around us is stifling and hectic or simply when we want to escape, but we can't do it physically.

Animal Crossing

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All titles in the series are available on the official NINTENDO website.


TENOHA &| TASTE: it's Tanabata time

We can come back to love each other in compliance with the rules with the TANABATA aperitivo at TENOHA Milano! Summer has already begun and what better way to start again than by celebrating the Japanese Star Festival? As always, TENOHA makes your journey to Japan lighter and it always makes you feel part of the Rising Sun, thanks to its events and its food prepared especially for you by true Japanese chefs. By popular demand, the special TANABATA aperitivo is back again this year!

E' tempo di Tanabata da TENOHA Milano

Autore: SaiKaiAngel

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Are you feeling more Vega or Altair? We know that you want to dream and cross the Milky Way to meet your loved one, but also to write your desire to see it come true. Here at TENOHA Milan you can do it! Write your wishes on the Tanzaku (those wonderful colored sheets of paper fluttering attached to the bamboo branches) and then see it dance in the wind among the leaves of the bamboo tree.
Because Tanabata (七夕 "seventh night") is the feast of the stars in love, a romantic feast that if TENOHA Milan weren't there you could only celebrate in Japan. But luckily, TENOHA Milan exists and it is that corner of Japan that you have always wanted. Live a romantic story, special days, feel Vega or Altair and come here to TENOHA Milan!

Ok the romance, but do we want to talk about what you can taste during TANABATA?

TENOHA Milan prepared for you 1 Drink + Aperitif box + Takoyaki (Japanese octopus meatballs) complete with show cooking + Kakigori (Japanese granita) All accompanied by Asahi Beer 20 ml.

Information

Where: TENOHA MILANO Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
When: From July 7th to 12th from 18.00 to 20.30
Cost: 12€
Event powered by Asahi Super Dry

Reservation is preferable, here you can find the phone number and email to reserve your seats: (+39) 02 8088 9868 | taste@tenoha.it

For more information: https://www.tenoha.it/events/aperitivo-tanabata/