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Whether your thing is art, music, hacking, or speaking, there’s something for you This Week In Tokyo!

If you’re doing something fun or interesting, be sure to leave us a comment or email blog@gaijinpot.com to have your event listed.

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/week-tokyo-may-16-22-2016/
Every Monday we post our picks of upcoming events in Tokyo. If you would like your event listed here, contact the editor of GaijinPot.
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Vernal Equinox Day is a Shintoist holiday observed to honor past Emperors of Japan. http://study.gaijinpot.com/lesson/holidays/vernal-equinox-day/
Vernal Equinox Day is a Shintoist holiday observed to honor past Emperors of Japan.
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Spring is coming!
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What was your first month in Japan like? 

For GP contributor Lisa Woods, her first month in Japan didn't get off to a great start. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/journey-to-japan-difficult-first-few-weeks/
After arriving in Japan to begin my much-anticipated working holiday, I wonder if perhaps I've made a big mistake.
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GaijinPot Picture of the Day: Rainy Day in Ueno.
Photo by Andrea Francolini
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There is nothing like the risk of humiliation on the international stage to accelerate change amongst Japan’s bulbous bureaucratic classes. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/what-will-the-olympics-mean-for-english-teachers-in-japan/
There is nothing like the risk of humiliation on the international stage to accelerate change amongst Japan’s bulbous bureaucratic classes
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I am looking forward to Oympic in Tokyo 
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GaijinPot Picture of the Day: Couple enjoying a walk in Yokohama.

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Kōdō is a highly ritualized incense ceremony that cultivates refinement and deepens both sensory and spiritual awareness.
Kōdō is a highly ritualized incense ceremony that cultivates refinement and deepens both sensory and spiritual awareness.
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Kashiwaya Ryokan offers a foreigner-friendly yet authentic onsen experience within toe-dipping distance of central Tokyo.

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Kashiwaya Ryokan offers a foreigner-friendly yet authentic onsen experience within toe-dipping distance of central Tokyo.
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Here's how to keep warm and learn kanji! http://study.gaijinpot.com/lesson/signs/keep-warm-learn-kanji/
For those coming from cold countries, the lack of a central heating system in Japan might be surprising, but there is no need to worry as there are many Japanese tricks for keeping warm.
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The new Japanese “My Number” system (also known as the “Social Security and Tax Number System”) is up and running, here’s what you need to know. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/japan-my-number-system/
The new Japanese “My Number” system (also known as the “Social Security and Tax Number System”) is up and running, here's what you need to know.
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Everything you need to know to get a job in Japan. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/just-japan-podcast-finding-work-japan/
Everything you need to know to get a job in Japan.
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Have you had your hatsuyume yet? http://blog.gaijinpot.com/hatsuyume-first-dream/
Who honestly gets excited about dreams of an eggplant?
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