Aha! I love school holiday… smooth traffic and many children’s activities going on. Do you know what is Tango No Sekku? Well, Tango No Sekku Japanese national holiday which takes place annually on May 5, the fifth day of the fifth month, and is part of the Golden Week. Families will hoist koinobori, a carp-shaped wind socks outside their house to wish their children grow up healthy and strong. It is a day set aside to respect children's personalities and to celebrate their happiness.
Come and celebrate with your family at Tokyo Street by learning to create your DIY Kabuto origami (warrior helmet). I have tried them, its quite easy if you follow the steps carefully you got your warrior helmet... hehehe. Let's celebrate Tango No Sekku in Tokyo Street, Pavilion KL until end of May 2013. There are many activities and promotions going on during this school holiday.
Come spot the 'I LOVE TOKYO STREET' balloons. Receive a mystery gift for the first 50 shoppers who present the balloon at Tokyo Street Concierge. *Available on Saturday only. Limited to one redemption per shoppers per day. First come first serve.
Bring your kids because Kids Eat For Free, promotion valid from now till 31 May.
CAFE TAKA: Get 1 free kids meal when you spend a minimum of RM50. Not valid on public holidays.
KOMUGI CAFÉ: Get free macaroons for children age below 12 years old. Valid for dine-in only.
HOKKAIDO RAMEN SANTOUKA: Free one kids meal with every purchase of regular size
Tokusen Toroniku (Pork Cheek) Ramen. Limited to 2 free kids\' meal per table.
SUKI-YA: Eat all you can for one child with every two adults dine-in. Valid for children below 12 years old.
TOKYO DON: Free onigiri, mini chawan mushi and juice for children aged 3 to 8 years old. Valid for one redemption per family, dine-in only.
TOKYO TEPPAN: Free onigiri, mini chawan mushi and juice for children aged 3 to 8 years old. Valid for one redemption per family, dine-in only.
By the way, I have a fun Race Around Tokyo Street with some friends last month. It was sort of like a mini treasure hunt, we were in the group of 4 or 5 persons. There were few tasks that we have to complete in the most accurate and fastest time. Some of the tasks were quite challenging, we had amazing time racing around, preparing and burgers, guessing Mochi, taking pictures in Tokyo Street.
Thanks to Tokyo Street, Pavilion KL for organizing this mini treasure hunt.