Our January highlights
The Oedo Antique Market, the largest and oldest outdoor market of its kind in Japan, is great for picking up some cool art, unique handicrafts or vintage decorative items. Keep an eye out for real Edo-era treasures hidden among the heaps of merchandise, which range from ceramics and clothing to ukiyo-e prints. You can visit the bazaar at two different locations throughout the month...
Espace Louis Vuitton's latest exhibition features work by the late Venezuelan artist Jesús Rafael Soto. This installation is quite unique as it encourages guests to interact with it by walking through the space and immersing themselves in both kinetic and optical ways.
What to see from December until March: enjoy conceptual and surrealist art, mythical scroll paintings, Chinese calligraphy and much, much more
Lace up your skates and glide around the capital's frosty selection of indoor and outdoor ice rinks
Welcome the season at these quirky celebrations in and around Tokyo
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