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Welcome back to the Wedding Kimonos series! In Part 2, we will introduce the different types of kimonos worn by family members and wedding guests.
Pantone Color Institute has named Marsala – a sophisticated and enriching red-brown tone – the Color Of The Year 2015. If you have not decided on a color palette for your wedding, this versatile shade may a good option for your big day!
Held from March to 10th May, Parasophia is a large-scale international modern art festival featuring artwork by 36 groups of artists from 21 countries. The artwork can be seen in housing estates, schools, even along riversides, apart from Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art (KMMA), where most of the artwork can be found. Even the museum itself is a grand masterpiece, blending Western and Japanese architectural designs in a single building. A very suitable place for exhibiting international art!
People from all over the world can be seen on the streets of Kyoto during the cherry blossom season.
Hello again to all our readers! Vanessa, our Taiwanese columnist, is here again to bring you on a tour around Kyoto Hanatoro, which we have introduced briefly before. This year, Kyoto Hanatoro is being held in Higashiyama, a district east of the old ruling city in Kyoto.
‘Universal Cool Japan’ is USJ’s latest offering that was commenced in 23rd January this year. Monster Hunter, Resident Evil, Attack on Titan, and Evangelion – the highest selling animes and games worldwide – gathered together to form one big new attraction in the theme park. Characters come to life in the form of giant sculptures, and scenes from the respective virtual worlds were recreated in the form of attractions.