We all love hanami and sakura, but where did it all start? Let’s take a look at the history of hanami.
Almost at the end of our loop around Tōkyō so it’s about time we get to Tōkyō Station.
This is a collection of scholarly articles exploring the urban geography, architecture, and projection of power in the landscapes of Kyōto, Edo, and Tōkyō. Fantastic for lovers of spatial anthropology.
王子Ōji (imperial prince, but more at “a kami divided from another kami”) Ōji – A Princely Namesake… or Something Like That… To modern eyes, this place name means “prince.” In a very general sense, it could be understood as a son of a king or emperor. In this case, it most likely isn’t a reference […]
Continuing with our 29th installment of exploring Edo-Tōkyō
Continuing with our 14th installment of exploring Edo-Tōkyō via the Ōedo Line.
Wanna read a book about how Edo became Tokyo? This one might be for you!
Thanks to all of you, let’s keep this YOU KNOW YOU’VE BEEN IN EDO TOO LONG thing going!!!
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Nobody ever thinks about the etymology airport names. Be one of the few chosen ones!