【Vol.32】Popular YouTuber “Currently Hannah” introduces exciting Tokyo festivals
【Vol.31】From Tokyo to the world. What lies at the roots of designer Akira Minagawa’s manufacturing
【Vol.30】Interview with designer Akira Minagawa,The connection between festivals and design
【Vol.29】Foreign Residents of Tokyo Discuss the Allure of the Festivals of Japan and Their Own Countries
【Vol.28】Foreign Residents of Tokyo Discuss the Festivals They've Discovered in the Capital, Both Ancient and New
【Vol.27】Food stylist Nami Iijima takes a tour of Asakusa’s old and new.Delights following the Hagoita Fair ranging from traditional coffee shops to wine bars.
【Vol.26】Food stylist Nami Iijima discovers just how much goes into a single handmade hagoita at the Hagoita Fair
【Vol.25】Kimura Ihei Award–winning photographer Masataka Nakano reflects on the profound relationship between Tokyo festivals and water
【Vol.24】Kimura Ihei Award–winning photographer Masataka Nakano catches a glimpse of people shining bright at a Tokyo festival
【Vol.23】Writer Minori Kai Recommends Places to Visit Alongside a Trip to the Oedo Antique Market
【Vol.22】Writer Minori Kai Searches for the Perfect Find at the Oedo Antique Market
【Vol.21】Yakisoba. Takoyaki. Kakigori. Tokyo's festival foods are funky!
【Vol.20】Foreign residents of Tokyo discuss their favorite traditional Tokyo events
【Vol.19】An unusual way to enjoy your day after visiting the Used Book Festival. Discovered by columnist Madoka Yamasaki
【Vol.18】A stroll through the Kanda Used Book Festival. Columnist Madoka Yamasaki is enthralled by this famous Tokyo event
【Vol.17】The venue is an ironworks. A new type of festival combining art and music held in the Tokyo Bay area
【Vol.16】Annual event welcoming the spring held at Takao-san Yakuo-in Temple. A hands-on experience event at a sacred mountain close to central Tokyo!
【Vol.15】Featuring hit songs from nearly 90 years ago. A Bon Dance festival that symbolizes Tokyo
【Vol.14】A traditional, winter event evoking memories of a time when Tokyo included simple farming villages
【Vol.13】Rhythm takes the stage in a town in the expansive, mountainous region where western Tokyo begins.
【Vol.12】A mysterious event where dragons parade through the streets and lions dance.A tradition with over 700 years of proud history.
【Vol.11】Bringing people together with a uniquely urban bon odori festival
【Vol.10】Why are matsuri held to begin with? A look at the purpose of festivals in Japan
【Vol.09】History and future of fireworks festivals popular in Japan since the Edo period
【Vol.08】Contemporary matsuri using digital technology invites visitors to wander, explore, and discover
【Vol.07】Past and present blend in Tokyo. A fun bon dance festival with a neighborhood vibe
【Vol.06】A bon dance festival in Tsukiji, with Japan’s best festival food: titillating Tokyoites’ palates for decades.
【Vol.05】Bon odori lesson for seasoned visitors who want something more than a typical Tokyo sightseeing tour
【Vol.04】Where did it come from? Where is it going? The spirit behind the evolution of bon odori
【Vol.03】Live music? Check. DJ performances? Check. A new wave of bon odori for all ages and genders
【Vol.02】Respecting traditional Bon dance culture: a contemporary Bon dance festival which surprised even Bon Jovi.
【Vol.01】Tokyo’s most passionate dancing? Intense rhythms to enthrall visitors