Tokyo Street marks ninth anniversary

Yukata-clad women seen interacting at Tokyo Street during its ongoing anniversary celebration.

GET ready for a dose of all things Japanese as Pavilion Kuala Lumpur celebrates the ninth anniversary of its award-winning precinct Tokyo Street this month.

Tokyo Street merges traditional and modern facets into one dynamic cultural ambience.

Drawing inspiration from the iconic districts in Tokyo – Asakusa, Ginza and Shibuya – Tokyo Street blends the urban cosmopolite-feel with the rich heritage and traditions of Japan.

Towering sakura trees greet you at the main entrance along the Spanish Steps and can be found throughout the mall, culminating at Tokyo Street where displays of origami, yukata and other uniquely Japanese items collectively form an ambience found only at Pavilion KL.

Immerse yourself in exciting cultural activities, promotions, delectable treats and rewards.

The Japan Expo Malaysia 2020 (JEMY 2020) is also back virtually.

Visit them at their Facebook page to discover online activities and stand a chance to win dining vouchers.

If there is one thing Malaysians and Japanese have in common, it is their love for food.

Indulge your taste buds with specially curated menus in celebration of Tokyo Street’s ninth anniversary.

While spending time at Tokyo Street, discover the multitude of quaint, Japanese-inspired stores to uplift your spirit.

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