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Place you want to visit during Spring break 

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at ICU (Japan) chapter.

As you guys may have noticed, daytime is getting longer, which means spring is just around the corner. How exciting is it! 

Since most of us ICU students are heading off for spring break, I want to suggest some places to visit during Spring break!


Do you like painting? Although painting is fun, sometimes it takes a lot of effort to prepare painting materials such as canvases and paintbrushes. For those without materials, Artbar will be the perfect place to focus solely on painting and enjoy creating your pieces. Also, If you like to socialize and are looking for new friends, this place provides nice music and cocktails, welcoming anyone who wants to join the crowd. I have been to Artbar Daikanyama with my friend. We drank mocktails and stayed there for about 3hours that day.

And don’t worry about being left behind in class, they are all friendly, and after the teacher gives students a demo, they will come around to make sure if you are doing okay.

There are two studios in Tokyo and one in Yokohama.

  • 7-2 Daikanyamacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0034
  • 5-30-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo – 201 Takara Building 150-0001
  • 2nd floor of Marine & Walk Yokohama, 1-3-1, Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohamashi, Kanagawa

Flower Arrangement Workshop

We all love to buy ourselves or receive bouquets, but making bouquets on your own is also so much fun! Some places let you choose flowers to use in the bouquet yourself, but it depends on the shop, so check before going. You can go make your bouquet alone and have fun talking with the teacher, for example, about seasonal flowers. It may also be fun going there with your friends and making each other a bouquet!

Hope you guys enjoy the rest of the spring break!

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Aika Endo

ICU (Japan) '25

I was born and raised in Fukuoka Japan but lived in Oregon for a year and graduated high school in Canada. Love eating food and traveling. Seeking to gain intercultural activities for elementary students living in rural area of Japan.