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Tag: Washington DC

Japan Tourism Event at the Ambassador’s Residence

Last week was an awesome event at the Japanese Ambassador’s Residence in Washington, D.C., promoting tourism to Japan. The Ambassador to the United States was in attendance as well as many important figures in the US and Japan tourism industries. I think they invited me to help eat all the sushi and keep the average age down. I knew two other DC-based travel bloggers there and we tooled around the residence together. Everything about the space was amazing. The awe-inducing light fixtures, traditional Japanese elements, and outdoor spaces made for quite the venue. The tea house was open to the Read More

Infinity Mirrors at the Hirshhorn

The hottest ticket in Washington, DC right now is the impossible-to-get free ticket into Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum, part of the Smithsonian Institute. Every Monday at noon tickets are released, which promptly crashes the website and sells out in 2 minutes. It is crazy! You can show up to the museum at 9:30am and stand in line in hopes you score one of the walk-up tickets to see the Infinity Mirrors. I showed up at 9:45am thinking it was a Monday and who would really be out on a semi-rainy Monday. I was dumb. Don’t Read More