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WOW It Works! – Relaxing Clayton Massage is Now Open!!

Special Offers Limited to Japan In Melbourne Readers!!

【Campaign 1】Experiential Course:$2 for a 12 minute massage at any body area of your choice!
【Campaign 2】A free 30 minutes foot massage (usually $35) when you say “I saw this on Japan In Melbourne” at the point of making an appointment. (Until 31/08/2012)

Address: 321 Clayton Road, Clayton
TEL: 0434-001-457 / 03-9543-7755

A Treasure Box of Tea from all over the World

Let’s Take a Peek at the Popular Japanese Tea Shop – LUPICIA Melbourne Store

■Address: QV, Shop 14-16 Artemis Lane, Melbourne
■TEL: 03 9662 9988
■OPEN
Mon: 11am – 5.30pm
Tue: 11am – 5.30pm
Wed: 11am – 5.30pm
Thu: 10am – 6pm
Fri: 10am – 6.30pm
Sat: 11am- 6pm
Sun: 12pm – 5pm
WEB: www.lupicia.com.au

George & Noriko – An Exclusive Interview

Popular Subjects of Australia’s Got Talent

(A Preview of the Next Live Performance)
The next busking event is on Wednesday June 27th. The location will still be somewhere on Bourke Street, and starts at around 12:30pm. Please come and support the live performance!

The Female rakugo performer, Showko, is here in Melbourne!

~Japanese Puppet Rakugo~
Date and Time: 14-16 June (7pm-8pm), 17 June (6pm-7pm)
Venue: The Butterfly Club, 204 Bank Street, South Melbourne
Ticket Price: Full – $23.00, Concession- $20.00
Bookings: www.thebutterflyclub.com
Showko’s Official Website: www.show-ko.com

Hard work pays off – An Interview with the Flutist Masahide Kurita

Concerts to be held in Melbourne and Geelong
-Flute Fantasy-
DATE: 20 May 3pm & 17 June 3pm
VENUE: Wyselaskie Auditorium (20 May)
29 College Crescent, Parkville
Kardinia International College Old Hall (17 June)
29-31 Kardinia Drive, Bell Post Hill
ADMISSION: $25 ($20 Concession)
Bookings essential (email: kuriflute@gmail.com)

Martial Art and Traditional Performing Arts 2012

Like every year this year too, The Martial Arts and Traditional Performaning Arts by the students of the Department of Martial Arts of the Nippon Sport Science University took place on February 18th (Saturday) 5 pm at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre Show Court, Albert Park.

(New column) Melbourne Rope Dojo – Scott’s shibari world

1. Welcome to the “SHIBARI” world

Shibari (or kinbaku) is the Japanese art of tying people in a way that gives a good feeling whilst being aesthetically beautiful.
There are many reasons why people do shibari. These include:
– doing suspensions for aerial performances
– tying purely for the aesthetic beauty of a tie
– using rope as a means of communication between partners

KOKORO RAMEN – Opening Day Report

A full coverage of the brand new ramen shop!

Address: 157-159 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
TEL: (03) 9650 1215
HOURS: Mon-Sat 5pm-11pm (Lunch will also be available after the grand opening)