- News-2020.03.18Rrose will be performing at the Mind Off sixth anniversary party, at VENT OmotesandoMusic
- News-2020.03.02Claudio PRC will back at VENT OmotesandoMusic
- News-2020.03.01Bump_ 1st ANNIVERSARY at WOMB ShibuyaMusic
- News-2020.02.28BEETHOVEN 250th Anniversary Symphony Series with Pietari INKINEN and Japan Philharmonic OrchestraMusic
- News-2020.02.26Tokyo Skytree(R) is hosting a collaboration event to commemorate the release of Final Fantasy VII RemakeActivity
- News-2020.02.24View the Cherry Blossoms with the Jellyfish: Enjoy an Experiential Art Exhibit at the Tokyo Sumida AquariumActivity
- Feature-2020.03.30Osaka’s Southside DOWNTOWN- SHINSEKAI, a nostalgic area with the history of 100 yearsArea Guide
All around the world, Downtown in big cities make you feel excited. In Osaka, the west part of Japan, there is a nostalgic downtown called 「SHINSEKAI」in the south area.<BR><BR>All around the world, Downtowns represent the authenticity, culture, and people in a city. In Osaka, a large city in the western region of Japan, there is a downtown area called SHINSEKAI in the southern part of the city that will give you a glimpse of retro Osaka in a modern day setting.
- Feature-2020.03.27Let’s go to a Sento(a public bath) in Kyoto! Sento Activist, Sanjiro Minato teaches us what kind of charms Sento has and how to take a bath correctlyActivity
Japanese people love taking a bath and have many unique traditions found nowhere else in the world. Even the interior design of a typical Japanese house is fitted with the bathtub next to the shower for people to enter the bathtub after cleaning themselves first. <BR><BR>There is even a common song that goes “I’m taking a bath and it feels so good!” which shows just how much Japanese people love to take baths.<BR><BR>The history of the Sento or public bath started around 400 years ago in the Edo-era. The sento culture itself kept gaining popularity with over 22,000 Sentos all around Japan in the 1960s. In big cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka where living areas were relatively small, there would be 1 to 2 sentos in a typical station as a popular place for relaxation and refreshment.
- Feature-2020.03.25My Favorite Ramen in OsakaFood & Drink
Brian MacDuckston of Ramen Adventure brings to you exclusive articles for Noctive. He goes for the BEST ramens out there, and have eaten over 1,000 bows! This time, he will report ramens in Osaka.
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- Topics-2020.02.01Northern Alps Art Festival 2020: Immerse yourself in nature and art in NaganoActivity
- Topics-2020.01.31Wondering what to do after the Snow Festival? Here’s a collection of nightlife activities in SapporoActivity
- Topics-2020.01.09UMEKITA FLOOR: Ground Floor Osaka’s Lounge—Open Until 4a.m.Food & Drink
- Topics-2020.01.01Over 3 million plays! Sama’, rising star of 2019, will be coming to VENT Omotesando to perform!Music
- Topics-2019.12.30We have a nice double lineup featuring Janus Rasmussen of Kiasmos and Christian Löffler of Ki Records at VENT Omotesando!Music
- Feature-2019.09.21Japan at night as seen by Ed & Deanna Templeton: Feeling the Culture by Taking PhotosCulture
- Feature-2019.08.31Game on! exciting game centres of TokyoCulture
- Feature-2019.08.29Looking at the Future of Clubs in Japan: DJ SODEYAMA’s Tokyo NightlifeMusic
- Feature-2019.08.07The Japanese Dance Music Scene According to Luciano — a DJ-superstar that South America has Given Birth ToMusic