Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No. 4 Komaruya Sumii Sakyō-ku, Kyōto
World Heritage in Japan. Enryakuji – The Cradle of Japan’s Buddhist Culture.
Digitized Forest at the World Heritage Site of Shimogamo Shrine, Kyoto Art by teamLab - TOKIO INKARAMI World Heritage Tadasu no Mori Forest at Shimogamo Shrine Transforms into an Interactive Digital Art and Light Space
Famous Gardens of Japan Vol.3 Tenryūji Teien Garden, Kyōto City
【Event】Kyoto Geijutsu Hanabi Fireworks – Dedicated to the Celebration of the Enthronement of the Emperor. May 29, 2019, Kyoto Racecourse.
Journeys in Kyōto: Pontochō
Journeys in Kyōto: Shirakawa Ippon-bashi Bridge
Modern-day Terakoya: “School Nalanda, Volume 4, Kyoto” – Wisdom for Now and into the Future. At Nishi Honganji Temple, Dendōin. February 9-10.
Getting the Most out of That Exhibition, Vol. 7: How Tsuguharu Foujita achieved international renown.
【Exhibition】Foujita: A Retrospective - Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of his Death. Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art
【Matcha Tasting Experience】 Immerse yourself in the world of tea: Single-origin matcha tea tasting experience.
Getting the Most out of That Art Exhibition, Vol. 4: Yokoyama Taikan: Japan’s ‘National Artist’. 150 years since the birth of one of Japan's best loved nihonga artists.
Savour the Flavours of Japanese Tea Vol.2: Kinki, Shikoku, Kyūshū and Okinawa Regions
Journeys in Kyōto ｰｰCherry Blossomsｰｰ
The Moss Temple - Saihō-ji Temple Garden: A Collaboration Between Art and Nature
Getting the Most out of That Art Exhibition Vol.02 Van Gogh Exhibition - Van Gogh and Japan
Ōkami Shinkō – the Wolf Faith No.11 Epidemics and the Wolf Faith
Is it true that Japanese dog breeds are genetically closer to the wolf than any other breeds? Manabi Japan visited Azabu University’s Professor Takefumi Kikusui to unravel the mystery surrounding the origin of Japan’s iconic canines.
Life and Events
A Guided Journey Through Japan’s Ancient Calendar. Vol. 04. The Day, the Month and the Year
See Japan! The Shikoku Pilgrimage and O-Settai, the Culture of Charitable Giving
World Class Plant Breeders. The Edo Period Gardening Craze.