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Valentine’s Day event (Love letter party) by Kitte

Valentine’s Day event

It’s the Valentine’s Day weekend and there are so many events happening around the city that you can enjoy with your friends!
One of these is a special Valentine’s Day event which will be held on 13th and 14th February at Tokyo Central Post Office and at a shopping center called “Kitte” located only 1 minute on foot from Tokyo station.

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To commemorate the start of selling greeting stamps, “Miffy” will be holding a special photo corner during the event.
Don’t miss your chance to take a photo with a real “Miffy”.
“Miffy” will be waiting for you at 11:00~/14:00~/17:00~ (both days) on the 1st floor of the “Kitte” building.

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Also, on the 4th floor, in the ex-Tokyo Central Post Office director’s room, a large tapestry and original stamps will be displayed.
“GREETINGS FROM JAPAN” (8,000 yen tax included), part of which is made of pure gold.
Enjoy beautiful posters of sushi and Mt. Fuji , which will be shown for the first time.
Special welcome gifts for all foreigner visitors!

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Special offer for the first 40 visitors every day!

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Simply answer some questions and get a free ticket for Tokyo Sky Bus!!!
Please collect the ticket on the 1st floor of Tokyo Central Post Office!
time-10:00-18:00

We are waiting for your visit to our event!

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