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[Elaine says:  God I love Kimura Takuya]

SMAP’s Kimura Takuya, Beat Takeshi, and Hugh Jackman star in Toyota “ReBORN” latest taiga series CM. The CM started airing December 18.

The original setting from the Warring States period shifts to modern Japan setting. Kimura plays Nobunaga Oda while Beat Takeshi is dressed as Hideyoshi Toyotomi. While riding the ship, thinking of their ambitions and future visions for Japan, a mysterious sailor suddenly appeared. Hugh Jackman plays Marco Polo, the identity behind the mysterious sailor.
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Interested in learning about Japanese New Year customs? Check out this article about お正月 or Oshogatsu traditions, http://bit.ly/1uuV0iH
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The Japan Foundation and the Consulate-General of Japan in Toronto present free Japanese movie screenings at the Bloor Cinema, Dec. 7-9!

Dec. 7, 6:00 pm: 'Til the Break of Dawn (Tsunagu)
Dec. 8, 6:30 pm: Kids Police (Kodomo Keisatsu)
Dec. 9, 6:30 pm: Akko-chan: The Movie (Himitsu no Akko-chan)

All in Japanese with English subtitles, no RSVP or ticket required! http://jftor.org/movies/
Japanese Movies at The Bloor Cinema. BloorBanner December 7-8-9. Free Admission. Please join us at the Bloor Cinema this December for a slightly magical journey to today's Japan presented by The Japan Foundation, in cooperation with the Consulate-General of Japan in Toronto.
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The first sunrise of the year with Tokyo Sky Tree

New Year's Day morning, I went to Asakusa to take photo of Sky Tree and sunrise. But Tokyo has thick clouds to the east sky, sun appeared after 8:30. This is a picture that was taken at the timing with using the ND filter.
Shadow of fences was drawn cherry blossoms in winter.

元旦の朝、
スカイツリーと初日の出のコラボを撮るべく浅草に出かけましたが、
東京は東の空に厚い雲がかかっており、
日の出からだいぶ経った8時半すぎに
雲が流れてようやく太陽が顔を出したような状態でした。
この写真はそのタイミングでNDフィルターを使って撮影した一枚。
防護柵の影絵が初春の桜を咲かせてくれました。

FUJIFILM X-T1
FUJINON XF10-24mm

#architecture #cityscape #clouds #FUJIFILM #FUJINON #hdr ‪#Japan ‬#landscapeJPN ‪#photomatix_pro5 ‬#photoshop #shadowgraph #skyscape #skyscraper ‪#Tokyo ‬#TOKYO_SKYTREE ‪#XT_1 #XF10_24mm‬ #100Tokyo #cooljapan #東京スカイツリー
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Sharpness of a katana and tenderness of a Sakura
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My favourite New Year's traditions takes place a little after New Year's Day - Visiting the Imperial Palace in Tokyo!  I went once, and the energy in the square was just frenetic and phenomenal.  It was one of the only times where I've felt like part of a ginormous organism.  
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TJLS Student Meet-up: Uzumasa Limelight at Yonge and Dundas Cineplex Odeon + Pub Night! Meet Dec 6 at 2:30 at 10 Dundas St. E. Food Court (lvl 3) by the windows.
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The Japan Foundation and the Consulate-General of Japan in Toronto present free Japanese movie screenings at the Bloor Cinema, Dec. 7-9!

Dec. 7, 6:00 pm: 'Til the Break of Dawn (Tsunagu)
Dec. 8, 6:30 pm: Kids Police (Kodomo Keisatsu)
Dec. 9, 6:30 pm: Akko-chan: The Movie (Himitsu no Akko-chan)

All in Japanese with English subtitles, no RSVP or ticket required! http://jftor.org/movies/
Japanese Movies at The Bloor Cinema. BloorBanner December 7-8-9. Free Admission. Please join us at the Bloor Cinema this December for a slightly magical journey to today's Japan presented by The Japan Foundation, in cooperation with the Consulate-General of Japan in Toronto.
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DAIO is probably one of Toronto's best kept secrets when it comes to Japanese dining. One of the few Japanese restauarants in Toronto that is family owned, the Japanese heritage is hard to miss. Service is in traditional fare with a quiet atmosphere accentuated by traditional shamisen and koto music in the background. The relaxing environment is a sharp contrast to the hustle and bustle of the outside street. Food is traditional fare ranging from rustic to fancy, and many of the dishes would find themselves equally at home on any Japanese dinner table. The location borders on the local polytechnic, but due to the focus of quality over quantity you won't find it teeming with loud student life. Instead, you have meals that are slightly more expensive than average, with traditionally sized servings, using top quality ingredients. That said, for the class of food, DAIO is likely one of the most affordable Japanese restaurants in Toronto. A word of warning: if you are looking for a heavily Americanized or Koreanized fusion-type dining experience found in most Japanese restaurants in North America and the gakokujin centers of Japan, you may wish to think twice. You shan't find any of the garish treatments or "texan" sized portions here. However, if you are ready to experience simple, elegant, and traditional Japanese dining in a relaxing atmosphere, I can't think of a better place in the GTA than DAIO.
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If you are looking to stock your Japanese pantry and can't find something in on of the asian stores, this is one of your best bets in town. From sukiyaki pots to earthenware; traditional Japanese groceries to innovations by local Nikkei; any well stocked pantry would do well to use Sanko as one of its suppliers.
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