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The largest onsen , or hot spring , complex in Japan located in Tokyo's Odaiba goes by the name of Ōedo Onsen Monogatari The facility boasts 13 different types of onsen 経堂 , including a natural onsen using water that wells up from 1,400 meters (about 4,593 feet) deep underground, an open-air onsen , feet onsen , and other special baths.



JIES provides a high quality international English language education for children ages 4 to 12. Classes are timetabled with Japanese lessons which, depending on the ability of the individual, follow Kokugo (Japanese as a Native Language) or JAL (Japanese as an Additional Language).
Prospect for Tomorrow―Faculty's Works, From a Society of Mixed Varieties, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music 100th Anniversary Exhibition: Prospect for Tomorrow.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 588 (December 1987): 178-79. Hair and beauty salon in Tokyo for men and women, for the young and the old.Located at 3F Tobu Department Store, 1-1-25 Nishiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0044.

National Exhibition and Gallery Guide, Requiem: Kōji Enokura and 33 Artists.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 722 (April 1996): 196. Near Shimo Kitazawa station, an express stop on both the Odakyu and Inokashira train lines, high-end boutiques coexist with gentrified grunge: expensive beauty salons on the one hand, discount drugstores on the other.
Discourse of Artist: Kōji Enokura, Interlocking of Perception and Materials.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 406 (April 1976): 122-45. Exhibition Guide: Kōji Enokura Solo Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 332 (September 1970): 252-53. Located just a short walk from the east side of JR Ebisu Station, it's easily accessible for those who live and work in Tokyo's central business district.

Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum, 1989. Located at 2F RD Nishi-Azabu, 3-1-18 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0031. From Venice Biennial 78, Part 2.” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 333 (October 15, 1978): 6-7. Exhibition Review: Kōji Enokura: Works of Photography 1972-1994.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 703 (March 1995): 182-83.Tanaka, Yukito.
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Exhibition Reviews: Tokyo.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 394 (May 1975): 228-34. Trend in Art: Mono-ha and the Late Kōji Enokura, Making Things the Only Bastion.” Yomiuri Shimbun (November 16, 1995), evening edition. Feature: Rivalry of Painting and Flatness: Painting's Ideals and Painting's Reality, Distance to Art or Distance to Painting.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 430 (February 1978): 117-27.