Experience the Japanese New Year - Tanabata with VISAHO
Tanabata is also known as the double seven day - one of the important festivals taking place on July 7 every year in Japan. On this day, the streets of Japan will be decorated with bamboo trees, people will write wishes on colored pieces of paper and hang them on bamboo and other colorful decorations. In Vietnam, this holiday is known for the legend of Nguu Lang - Chuc Nu, while in Japan this is the love story of princess Orihime and Hikoboshi.
On this Tanabata, VISAHO brought the Tanabata atmosphere to the Capital Place project. The festival starts on July 1, and after only a while, VISAHO's bamboo branches were hung with colorful pieces of paper filled with everyone's wishes. This activity has received a lot of attention from customers at Grade A+ Capital Place.
VISAHO Brings Tanabata Atmosphere to Capital Place Project
VISAHO receptionist in yukata
In particular, in order to bring out the most authentic Japanese style, VISAHO's receptionists also wear Yukata costumes during this day, this shows a high-class and professional building image.
VISAHO receptionist wears yukata
VISAHO's bamboo branches were hung with colorful pieces of paper
Tanabata festival will still be continued at Capita Place until the end of July 15. We hope this event will bring VISAHO's customers a new experience
May all your wishes come true!