This blog is written by Murasaki Japanese Institute, a Japanese school in Tokyo. We are writing this to help foreign people enjoy life in Japan. Please feel free to post any comments and let us know what confuses you about life in Japan. Thank you very much. -- Murasaki Japanese Institute
Friday, November 1, 2013
Tokyo Metro Event Guide
こんにちは むらさき ジャパニーズ インスティテユートです。 今日は、東京の情報（じょうほう=information)です。 ------------------------------------------------------ Tokyo Metro Guide
Curry Grand Prix
From November 2ndto
At Ogawa Square(A5 exit
Jonbocho station in Hanzomon line )
There are a lot of curry restaurants in the Jonbocho area.Here you can enjoy a lot of varieties of curry
such as European, Indian or Japanese. The Grand Prix selected restaurants will be
running food stands throughout the festival. The visitors will vote for which
curry is the best.
Higashikanda Family bazaar
From November 22ndto
From November 29ndto
There have been many clothes shops in Iwamotochou since the Meiji period
in the 19th century.
The clothes shops there are having a bazaar over the last two November
weekends. Go and find yourself a bargain!
The bazaar is on Yanagihara Street in Iwamotocho, on the Toei-Metro Line.
◆ Japanese Garden
lighting-up for autumn leaves
From November 22nd until December 8th
The very beautiful and famous Japanese Garden “Rokugi-en” will be open
late and illuminated from November 22nd until December 8th.The garden will open until 21:00 during this
You can enjoy the pleasant surroundings and the autumn leaves after
work!Entrance is 300 Yen for adults,
150 Yen for the over 65.
To get to Rokugi-en, take exit 2 of Komagome station on the Nanboku-Tokyo Metro Line.