Tokyo Street Week Long Birthday Bash

Tokyo Street in Pavilion KL kick started its 1st birthday bash with week long treats that is guaranteed to thrill all J fans. Hatsu Tanjo 初誕生 or First Birthday celebrations for this only Japanese-themed retail precinct in Southeast Asia will last for an entire week from today till 29 July 2012.
And last night I joined the many J fans and community as Tokyo Street celebrated its first anniversary in a roaring style by Wadaiko Syo followed by the traditional breaking of a sake barrel. The highlight of the night was of course Miyavi!
drums by Wadaiko Syo
Traditional breaking of a sake barrel
And of course kanpai かんぱい! I'm all decked in a yukata ゆかた for the toast:D
A lovely strawberry green tea cake by En Ginza which wasn't sweet which
I happily ate my second slice:D
Miyavi swooned us with his performance
Having seen and followed Miyavi quite a bit, seeing him in person and technically sitting smack behind him during the celebrations was simply amazing! Here's more of his pics and one of my fave tracks by this uber talented cutie!
Miyavi in his trademark sunnies
Without the sunnies and check out the tattoos:D
Miyavi What's My Name
(does he remind you of Jimi Hendrix?
The other highlights of the week long celebrations include Tokyo Fashion Fiesta featuring Japanese fashion leader Ena Matsumoto, popular labels EMODA, Kyoto Montsuki Takakurazome, Dip Drops, Rosebullet, Heather and Lowrys Farm. There are also Summer Festival booths which will feature Japanese cake brand Hiyoko, Japanese fashion and Japanese games. 
And if you're a fan of Ena Matsumoto, make sure you hop over to Pavilion and shop. You may well be one of the 10 lucky fans to win gifts from the style icon’s very own clothing line, EMODA.
There is something for everyone at the Tokyo Street First Anniversary celebrations. The first 200 shoppers to appear in a Yukata or any other Japanese costume will also receive some tea time vouchers from En Ginza.
On top of all the festivities, shoppers can indulge in the following activities:
• a dynamic visual feast introducing the Japanese star festival Tanabata 
• get involved in the well-wishing tradition Senba Zuru – the thousand origami cranes. Shoppers can learn origami, the Japanese art of paper folding
• indulge in a shopping spree of lifestyle promotions or Japanese snacks, food and beverage discounts • participate in the Fukubiki Japanese lucky draw and stand a chance to take home over 1,000 attractive prizes worth over RM50,000.

Other activities include:
• Traditional Koto and Shakuhachi Japanese Music Performance 23 July 7pm @ Centre Court Pavilion  KL
• Japanese Drum Performance by Wadaiko Syo 23 July 8pm @ Centre Court Pavilion KL
• J-pop Performance 23-29 July @ Centre Court and Tokyo Street Event Hall

For a complete list of activities or more information do contact Pavilion KL
• Concierge at +603 2118 8833