Last year our “Japan Culture Workshops” were a big hit, and this year we are proud to announce that Asagaya’s own Coto Lab kitchen studio will be hosting this year’s event with Japanese cooking classes. Held on August 5th during the Asagaya Tanabata Festival, you can learn temari sushi with Japanese pickles in the earlier part of the day or try sake tasting in the later part of the day– or even sign up for both and visit the Tanabata Festival in between! Sign up via email from the Coto Lab event page.
A FREE booklet featuring 10 “How-to” Manga comics from our website is now available at JR Chuo Line Stations from Koenji to Nishi-Ogikubo as well as at select hotels in Tokyo. Pick up your copy to help you make sure you don’t make any faux pas when you visit! (You can also read the full versions here)
Out newest English guidance to help you explore the local areas of Tokyo has been completed: Look for our free booklet “Nishi-Ogikubo: Tokyo’s Best Antique District” to help you locate the best treasures in Japan! “Koenji-Asagaya Restaurants Guide Book” is also available for detailed restaurant information and maps of English Menu Restaurants in Koenji and Asagaya. Both booklets will be available at their respective JR stations and more areas to come soon.
We have revamped Experience Suginami Tokyo, adding links to the individual pages to give you options for other places you might be interested in and places nearby. Please use these links to explore similar places that Tokyo’s unique Suginami Ward has to offer, or to help plan your visit. If you have other comments or suggestions on how to improve the site we’d love to hear from you! Contact us via our Facebook page.