The Shinagawa History Museum has opened the "Home Museum" site. You can enjoy ukiyoe coloring pages and archeological paper crafts. # Spend with your out # Shinagawa History Museum https:. // www city.shinagawa.tokyo.jp/jigyo/06/histo ryhp / moyoshi / homemuseum.html …
Why not read a book slowly during Stay Home Week? I asked the Shinagawa City Library for five recommended books that are set in Shinagawa https: // shinagawa-kanko.or.jp/featured/sbook/ # Let's spend at home # STAY HOME week
In addition, "info & cafe SQUARE" (info & cafe square Shinagawa-ku 4-5-28 square EBARA first floor) will be temporarily closed from April 2 (Thu) for the time being. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
How nice! 0 April 4 (Sat) and 11 (Sat) 2020, Shinagawa Tourism Association "Shinkan PLAZA" (1-14-1 Oi, Shinagawa-ku) will be temporarily closed due to the spread of new coronavirus infections. Let me do it. In addition, info & cafe SQUARE (4-5-28 Ebara, Shinagawa-ku Square Ebara 1F) will be closed temporarily on April 4 (Sat) and 5 (Sun) and April 11 (Sat) and 12 (Sun). You will. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Shinagawa Tourism Association Secretariat
How nice! 0 In the Shinagawa area, the rain changed to snow from around 8:00 in the morning. Make a cup of tea or coffee and listen to the radio or read a book. (The picture below is a day old) Mal ”EBARA Nakanobu A book of the neighboring town coffee. A book that travels deeper into memory. http://tonarimachicafe.jp/index.html The last Shinagawa Tozo Sagami Masaaki Nagaishi A gorgeous fragment of Shinagawa-juku is depicted with the memories of my childhood. http://shinagawa-syuku.net/news/357/ FM Shinagawa https://www.fm-shinagawa.co.jp/ # StayAtHome
How nice! 0 We send spring from here and there in wide area of Shinagawa area. Please enjoy the first cherry tree of Reiwa on Shinagawa Tourism Association's Facebook
How nice! 0 We deliver cherry blossoms and rape blossoms in full bloom from the Shinagawa Hanakaido. Please enjoy the first cherry tree of Reiwa on Shinagawa Tourism Association’s Facebook