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Thursday, February 21, 2019

Cafe Byron Bay – Asakusa, Tokyo

For people looking for a very chilled out, almost hippy-like atmosphere, head on over to Cafe Byron Bay. Here they serve a variety of tasty meals, with great drinks, service and a peaceful vibe...

9/22 Aussies In Asakusa present: Meat Pies and Sausage Rolls Extravaganza

On Saturday 22nd September 2018, and just for ¥3500 you can enjoy all you can drink, including beer from a select menu plus Aussie home-made meat pies and sausage rolls. Join our international community at...

Journey in Japan Part 50: Necks, Lights, and Video Ape

Culture Day is held on the 3rd of November every year. An event to promote the arts, and Japanese Culture. Introduced in 1948, Culture Day is a public holiday. The people of Japan are...

Journey in Japan Part 46: Bridges and Balloons

Today I rent a bright red bicycle, and cycle over the Sumida River, toward Ryogoku. There is a row of parked bicycles, each with a bright purple sticker featuring today’s date. I want to park...

Journey in Japan Part 39: Last Day of Summer

Today is the Autumn Equinox; officially the day that summer ends and autumn begins. The weather seems to have forgotten about the shift in seasons, and has kindly gifted us with a clear sunny...

10/11 Aussies in Asakusa present: Shepherds Pie Thursday

Aussies in Asakusa present: Shepherds Pie Thursday. 1,500 yen grants you entry, some yummy and freshly baked Shepherds Pie and one drink. Plus, the chance to meet some like-minded foodies in a comfortable and relaxed...

9/21 Asakusa Pub Crawl – Enjoy Drinking with Friends

Asakusa Pub Crawl Details Friday 21st September 2018 Door open 8:30pm Start 9:00pm Meeting Place:Asakusa smile bar 8 minutes from Asakusa Station Address: 2-20-10 Higashi-Komagata, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo You can find full details of the Facebook event here. Why not enjoy visiting local...

Journey in Japan Part 32: Pyrotechnics and Parade

I wake up at 5 am to the sound of a drunk man in our dormitory room. He spends fifteen minutes trying to open his locker, before giving up and leaving the room. It’s...

Bar Tokyo Brain – Asakusa, Tokyo

The Bar Tokyo Brain is best described as an international bar of sorts. It's basic premise is to encourage interaction and communication between Japanese and foreigners in a comfortable and stylish environment. To promote...

Aussies in Asakusa present: Premium Pasta Saturday

We welcome you to come down and join our food-loving community. Through these events we encourage people to network, share culture, language and experiences, especially through their love of food. Asakusa, which is well-known as...

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