Happy Valentine Weekend!
Any plans for romantic outing ? Or more of "anti-romantic V-day"? Hibernating for me-time? All sounds good. Since valentine is about "giving", it would be nice to give in our self to be "full" first, regardless;)
Speaking of "giving", we would like to give you nice tip of "nurturing" aka Tokyo healthy food guide. More over, we like to introduce some cooking class for Japanese vegan cuisine in English. Hence we often get requests for vegan food tips ( where and how ) and understand that language barre can be sometimes make difficult to search or try Japanese ingredients or cuisine at local supermarket or groceries. Since you are in Tokyo ( or some local native Japanese would like to learn English in this criteria ), we would like to introduce a couple of workshops for Japanese vegan cuisines. If you are interested each classes, please click the underlined links below for further details.
1: Vegan Sushi Roll class
How pretty and crafty they are ! Imagine if you are able to learn how to cook and eat too. A visitor class held in Tsukiji where Kabuki-za at and Fish Market used to located. It would be brilliant idea to have Tsukiji, Ginza stroll in same day and we have stunning accommodation with social hub spaces called, The Royal Park Canvas - Ginza 8 in Ginmza 8-chome too. Please drop by for some quality relaxed time accompanied with selected music and modern art works:)
2: Vegan Ramen and Gyoza class
How healthy would be if all are vegan and make you nicely fully sated! More over, the class is held in Asakusa, good for sight seeing and not to forget to drop by our IZAKAYA BUNKA @BUNKA HOSTEL TOKYO. Hiroko Takahashi's art design at the izakaya presents refined hygiene modern Japanese atmosphere. It is not the only worth to visit and take photos of the venue but also her kimono works are about to be displayed at Victoria and Albert Museum in London from 29th February for special exhibition :)
We much to hope these information gives you insight for you being "full" in Tokyo. Whatever you do, enjoy your weekend and thank you for reading and staying with us.
Article contributed by : Setsuko Fujiwara, Space Design 2020