Places & Travel
07/14, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo
Aomori’s Northwestern Regional Prefectural Citizens Bureau is soliciting "dreams" from the general public, saying, “we'll make your dreams come true!” Meanwhile, jazz pianist Yosuke Yamashita reenacts a performance from 1969 along with the Yosuke Yamashita Trio from their impromptu performance at Waseda University during the height of the student movement. The event was the brainchild of writer Haruki Murakami, who famously owned his own jazz bar. And in Shinjuku, far from jazz and even further from Aomori, the Eagle Suntory Lounge exists to service the hopes and dreams of customers from its basement bar, away from the falling yen and risk of increased infection.