Celestial Japan

Celestial Japan
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An Edo Period village dating from 1600's to 1856 A.D. Self-guided walking tours with map and notecards. Or take a tour from the village square on a small paddle boat. Our river is deep and wide enough to accommodate large sailing ships. Tie up at the dock and have a sake at the Seaman's bar.

Tom Petty Tribute Concert
Where: Celestial Japan
When: 5 months ago [1 Feb 2020 16:00 SLT]

Be sure to mark your calendars for this Saturday, Feb 1 at 4pm when Seismic Events will present a Tribute concert to the amazing Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. All their hits, plus some good old Southern Rock will be in the mix! It's a not-to-be-missed event at Celestial Japan on Discovery grid. This event is in the Little Japan district of Celestial Japan - a modern Japanese city.


Tsuki Mura Japanese Village Grand Opening
Where: Celestial Japan
When: 1 years ago [2 Feb 2019 15:07 SLT]

February 2
After months of work, the Edo period Japanese village Tsuki Mura has been recreated, after disappearing during the InWorldz downfall. The village has been expanded and is opening for tours and business. The Grand Opening event will feature DJ Cataplexia Numbers from 1:00-2:30pm SLT and dancing on the village square
Hawaiian poet and author Lani will be storytelling from 2:45pm to 3:30pm.
After 3:30, visitors are welcome to conduct self-guided tours with provided notecards, maps and landmarks.


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(Unknown) The Japanese theme in virtual reality is my passion! As soon as I teleported, I immediately met and had a good conversation with the creator of the Region. Arigat┼Źgozaimashita, JillianQuintessa-san! Thank you for your hospitality and for the beautiful metaverse region! Rating - 5 from 5 !

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