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Tsukiji Fish Market
Seeing the tuna auction at Tsukiji Fish Market
Tsukiji Market is the largest and busiest wholesale market in Japan. Besides fish, it also sells vegetables and fruits. It is one of the biggest fish markets in the world and handles 2,000 tons of marine product per day

Tokyo Game Show 2014
Latest updates from Makuhari Messe

Kawasaki Good Times World
Technology of yesterday, today and tomorrow
Kawasaki Good Times World is a museum that retraces the history of the Kawasaki Heavy Industries Group. Also enjoy the hands-on, interactive displays.

Michinoku Pro Wrestling
Heroes and villians fight it out in Tohoku
Michinoku Pro Wrestling is a traveling wrestling show, performing in local venues around the Tohoku region of Japan. Over the top laughs, gasps, and action! 

Otsuka Museum of Art, Tokushima
1,000 amazing replicas of western art classics
The unique Otsuka Museum of Art has more than 1,000 faithfully reproduced replicas of western masterpieces of art in their original size and color. It is located in the picturesque Naruto Park just beside the Great Naruto Bridge in Naruto City, Tokushima.  

Mooneyes Street Car Nationals
The annual custom car show in Odaiba, Tokyo
Your guide to the Mooneyes Street Car Nationals annual custom car show in Odaiba, Tokyo

Toyota Kaikan Exhibition Hall
High technology and the beauty of automobiles
The exhibition introduces visitors to Toyota’s automobile technology and work towards a future world.

Tokyo Game Show: Play It Loud
Video game Mecca for the masses
One of the most exciting events on the calendar is the Tokyo Game Show, held annually at the Makuhari Messe Exhibition Hall in Chiba Prefecture.

AnimeJapan 2014
100,000 anime fans gather at Tokyo Big Sight
With about 100,000 attendees, AnimeJapan is one of the biggest anime conventions in Japan.

The rumble of powerful engines, air perfumed by diesel exhaust, bright lights flashing in the night: all ambrosia to the senses of the owners of the Decotora, the Decorated Trucks of Japan. Sometimes also known as Art Trucks these trucks are the pride and joy of their owners.