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  • Adam Adam

    Shoot enemies in a free-roam VR experience in Odaiba!

    Shoot enemies in a free-roam VR experience in Odaiba! I will never play a first person shooter the same way again, this was so much fun!

  • Andrea Andrea

    Learn How to Draw Japanese Manga

    Learn How to Draw Japanese Manga My daughter (11) learned a lot in the 2 hours of individual tutoring. Later, when we came back to Denmark, we could see a clear improvement in her manga style :)
    She loved it and she had no problems communicating in English with the teacher.

    Finding an activity related to drawing manga in Japan, that lasted only a day or a few hours, and that was in English, seemed an impossible task. I am very happy I could book this activity via Voyagin: it was exactly what I needed :)

  • Juan Juan

    Reservation the Dragon Quest world in Luida's Bar, Roppongi

    Reservation the Dragon Quest world in Luida's Bar, Roppongi The place is very small so a reservation is recommended. However the place is really, really small with not a lot to see as compared to Eorzea cafe. Still recommended for fans of the series. I would go back.

  • Colin Colin

    Reservation for the Game World at the Capcom Bar in Tokyo

    Reservation for the Game World at the Capcom Bar in Tokyo There was no need for the reservation, they didn't even ask us for it. Honestly felt like wasted money but oh well. Better safe than sorry.

  • Graham Graham

    Learn How to Draw Japanese Manga

    Learn How to Draw Japanese Manga The class covers many aspects of drawing in a manga style, which also involved using fountain pens and cutting transfer stickers for shading (I know thats not the right name).

    The teacher was very good and demonstration the different methods of drawing, speaking english, asking questions about what i wanted to learn and plus I very impressed with the speed she could draw characters which I recognised

    The place was very easy to find if you have never been to Japan/ tokyo or Nakano before, just download the directions with photos of the buildings and your be fine.

    great intro course and I wish i had time to do a follow up