Type of event
Samurai sword lessons
Group activities for every taste
What would Japan be without a sushi workshop? We spent an evening working for our supper, by preparing our own food.
The sushi master demonstrated and made it look easy. We learnt, or rather tried to learn, the art of rolling then cutting with knives.
Yes, our sushi rolls didn’t look that great in the end, but creating them ourselves made us proud and the main thing: they tasted amazing.
This is probably the heartbeat of this huge city. Shibuya Crossing is the most spectacular zebra crossing in the world. And the busiest.
It’s even better when seen from above. From this bird’s-eye view, we watched the ebb and flow of people. And took the perfect photo as a souvenir.
About 2,500 people are thought to cross at a time. That’s nothing compared to the one million changing trains every day in Shibuya Station.
This was Japan so we had to have a peek into the future, starting with a mind-blowing digital art exhibition. It was like walking through a painting.
Even better was renting out a whole virtual reality park, where the unreal world becomes reality. You know it’s not real but your mind thinks it is.
Almost anything’s possible, such as walking from one skyscraper to the next or fighting aliens. Both frightening and exciting at the same time.