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Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise "Yukata Discount", All You Can Eat Cantonese Food, Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum renewal

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  • Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise "Yukata Discount"

  • All You Can Eat Cantonese Food

  • Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum renewal

  • Today's Sponsor - Dream Drive Campervans

  • Photo of the Day

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Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise "Yukata Discount"

Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise will offer a "Yukata Wari" 500 yen discount on the Night Aqua Resorts Pass, which can be used from 4:00 p.m., to visitors wearing yukata (light cotton kimono) from Saturday, August 6 to Wednesday, August 31, 2022. In the evening, when the heat eases off, visitors can enjoy the "Cape Penguin Parade" and the night show "LIGHTIA" after 16:00, and take pictures while wearing yukata in a cool place unique to the aquarium, making it the perfect time to create summer memories.Google Map > https://goo.gl/maps/QM8qwQLmfANRvsrP9

All You Can Eat Cantonese Food

Shōfukumon's menu features about 40 dishes, which have been redesigned to actively use domestic ingredients. The menu has been redesigned to include approximately 40 items, all made with locally sourced ingredients. Shōfukumon's all-you-can-eat menu is made to order, so you can enjoy freshly prepared, hot dishes as much as you like. In addition to the signature dishes such as xiaolongbao and steamed dumplings with shark's fin, the menu will be expanded to include a la carte dishes and desserts, bringing the total number of dishes from approximately 25 to 40.Google Map > https://g.page/shofukumon?share

Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum renewal

The Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum, operated by the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group, reopened on Saturday, July 30, 2022, after renovations mainly in the Land Zone, the core of the four zones of Land, Sea, Air, and Space. In the mini-theater in the center of the zone, a cartoon excerpt from "Secrets of SDGs Goal 7: Bringing Energy to Everyone and Cleaner", a special edition of the "Gakken Understanding Series", a learning cartoon for elementary school students produced in June in collaboration with Gakken Plus Co. The manga provides a fun way to learn about the size and structure of the gas turbines used in power generation by the MHI Group, as well as about power generation technology using hydrogen fuel that does not emit CO2. In addition, an SDGs exhibit has been added to the MHI FUTURE GATE, where visitors can view and experience the MHI Group's manufacturing story from its origins to the future, and learn about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved by 2030.Google Map > https://g.page/minatomiraigijutsukan?share

Dream Drive - Building, selling, and renting campervans.

“Whenever I recall and share childhood stories from growing up in the UK and Australia, they almost always begin with a road trip. I had to ask myself “why? why do most of my most memorable childhood stories begin with a journey, and why have I not been making these memories here in Japan? While working in an office in Tokyo for about 10 years, I came to the realization that many Japanese are traveling and experiencing RV road trips abroad in the United States, Australia, Europe, etc. but not doing so in their own country. Japan is in my opinion one of, if not the best country for free-spirited road trip travel as the roads are safe and there are thousands of clean toilets and onsen all throughout the country. My dream with starting this company was to not only build great campervans but also help put Japan on the global map as a top road trip destination.”

JARED CAMPIONDream Drive Founder & CEO

We currently build and rent three campervan models – The small compact TOCHI, KAGO, and larger KUMA. Listed below you’ll be able find more details about each campervan type as well pricing to help you decide which size is right for you.

Visit our https://www.dreamdrive.life/ to see all options and start exploring Japan!

Photo of the Day

Location > MinatomiraiGoogle Map > https://goo.gl/maps/2qMCU3DyAWss3Hj36