Places & Travel
03/10, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo (Shimo-Takaido)
In news, five are arrested for genetically modifying the Japanese killifish. Masks will no longer be required on JR East trains from March 13th, nor will they be in 7-Eleven and FamilyMart convenience stores. Meanwhile, 'hanami' parties return to Ueno Park as the cherry blossom blooms post-pandemic. Ever keen to stretch the legs, Notebook heads west of Shinjuku towards Shimo-Takaido on the Keio line to visit the artist-run gallery space Goya Curtain record a short interview will proprietor Joel Kirkham to hear his take on what's worth visiting in local area.
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