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Nov 09, 2009 New Listing: The Daily Yomiuri, English-language Newspaper

Subscribe to Japan's largest English newspaper through the EOK.jp website and receive a small gift from The Daily Yomiuri.  The Daily Yomiuri features regular insights from The Washington Post and weekly tie-ups with The Times (UK) and The Los Angeles Times.

Subscribe online to have The Daily Yomiuri delivered to your door everyday for 2,650 yen a month.


Nov 04, 2009 New Listing:Only Cut Zone, 1000 Yen Haircuts in Kita-Senju, Tokyo

Only Cut Zone in Kita-Senju offers great cuts, quick service in English and amazingly low prices; all hair cuts are 1,000 yen! Only Cut Zone is run by Ichiro, who lived and worked in California for 10 years. He enjoys speaking English with his customers and providing great service to go along with his stylish cuts. Easily Accessible via the Hibiya line directly from Roppongi. Visit Only Cut Zone


Oct 22, 2009 Celebrate Halloween at Barbacoa Grill

Planning to throw on a costume and party on the trains?

If the frowning commuters are depressing your vibes, then make your way to Barbacoa Grill in Omotesando on Oct. 31 as all waiters & waitresses will be donning costumes and special pumpkin desserts will be added to the tasty buffet.  Happy Halloween!


Oct 22, 2009 New Listing: Shibu Hotel, Ryokan & Onsen in Shibu Onsen, Nagano (Yamanouchi)

Shibu Hotel is a charming Japanese ryokan situated in the old town of Shibu Onsen, Nagano. Many Japanese who love the good old times of Showa come to stay at our hotel.

Nearby attractions include the famous Jigokudani Monkey Park (Wild Snow Monkeys) where bathing monkeys are spotted. Monkeys bathing during the winter are called Snow Monkeys and especially popular among tourists from North America and Europe. The park is closer from Shibu Onsen than from Yudanaka Onsen.

Visit Shibu Hotel


Oct 17, 2009 VegefoodFesta - Vegetarian Food Festival

The Tokyo Vegetarian Food Festival "VegefoodFesta" will be held on October 17 & 18 at Yoyogi Park Keyaki Street (in front of NHK Hall). The festival features a variety of vegetarian food, hosts 100 vendors and exhibitors, including vegetarian, macrobiotic and raw food restaurants, selected organic vegetable vendors and shops handling organic goods. For more information, please visit: tokyo-vegefest.com


Oct 15, 2009 New Listing: KAI'TO Sea Kayaking Tours in Shimoda

If you're looking for some outdoor adventure, make your way down to beautiful Shimoda on the Izu Peninsula and try out the sea kayak tours at KAI'TO.

Led by an English-speaking instructor, KAI'TO's clubhouse is situated at Sotoura Beach, Shimoda on the IZU Peninsula.  Enjoy guided tours of the emerald green ocean and ride the waves into SHIRAHAMA Beach where you can snorkel and soak in the sun.


Oct 07, 2009 New Listings: Nicolai Bergmann Flowers & Design

Perfect for gifts, flowers for your home and workspace, Nicolai Bergmann Flowers & Design is Tokyo's premier florist.

Established by Danish floral artist Nicolai Bergmann, Nicolai Bergmann Flowers & Design introduces a unique style of floral design to Japan; one that mixes Europeean floral design principals with Scandinavian style sense and Japanese sensitivity to detail. Shops can be found in Roppongi Hills, Yurakucho and Shinjuku.


Oct 01, 2009 New Narita Express

On Oct. 1, the new E259 Narita Express will begin its run, ten times per day, between Tokyo Station and Narita.  The new model trains feature greater security, more comfortable seating and improved accessibility including barrier-free restrooms and baby-change areas. Each seat contains a multilingual screen and an electric outlet for computers and other devices.  For more information (in Japanese) please visit www.jreast.co.jp/nex/.


Sep 28, 2009 New Listing: Aroma Healing Salon Milne, Aromatherapy Salon in Mitaka, Tokyo

Milne is a private, by appointment, aromatherapy salon for women.

Operated by Maki Mitsuke, an aroma-therapist authorized by the Aroma Environment Association of Japan, Milne uses the amazing power of natural plants to help you release and relax your body and mind.

Visit Aroma Healing Salon Milne.


Sep 28, 2009 New Listings: The FooTNiK, Authentic British Pub with Live Football Tokyo Area Locations

Established in 1996, THE FooTNiK quickly established itself as an authentic local British pub and the home of live football in Tokyo attracting British Pub fans and Football fans alike from across Japan.

With two branches complete with Outdoor Terraces located only a couple of minutes from stations in Ebisu and Osaki, we are a popular choice for the after-work crowd, tourists on a short visit, football fans looking to keep up with the latest scores and locals just wanting a regular watering hole.

Visit The FooTNiK in Ebisu or The FooTNiK in Osaki.


Sep 27, 2009 The 20th Mitaka International Exchange Festival

The 20th Mitaka International Exchange Fesitval featuring international food, music and dancing will be held on Sunday, September 27 from 10:00 - 16:00 in Inokashira West Park (near the Ghibli Museum). A great event for families. For more information, please visit www.mishop.jp.


Sep 16, 2009 New Listing: Ryokan Hirashin, Ryokan Accommodation in Central Kyoto City

Ryokan Hirashin, a traditional Japanese-style inn established more than 140 years ago, is situated in the heart of Kyoto, a mere three minutes on foot from Shijo-Karasuma Station.  Guests staying at Ryokan Hirashin can easily access major sightseeing spots.

Visit Ryokan Hirashin


Sep 07, 2009 Barbacoa Grill Special Weeknight Dinner Discount!

The always popular Barbacoa Grill in Omotesando is offering 50% off their ¥4,500 Churassco (all-you-can-eat) dinners for those starting their meals at 17:30 (leaving by 19:00) or after 21:30 (leaving by 23:00).  Be sure to print out your EOK coupon for Barbacoa and prepare yourself for some serious eating!


Sep 07, 2009 Article: Anime and Manga in Japan

Top locations in Tokyo to find and buy Anime and Manga toys and products.


Sep 04, 2009 Tokyo Jazz Festival 2009

If you are looking to jazz up your weekend then stop by the Tokyo International Forum in Yurakucho for the Tokyo Jazz Festival 2009.  The festival runs from Friday evening to Sunday with premier performances held in the Tokyo International Forum: Hall A.  Tickets range from ¥6,500 to ¥9,500 and can be purchased from Ticket Pia (0570-02-9972).  Free performances will also be held throughout the festival at the International Forum Plaza and the Marunouchi Building MARUCUBE.


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