Easter in Tokyo feels a lot different this year due to the pandemic and social distancing. We usually celebrate Easter surrounded by family and friends, but this year we find ourselves ordering in, crafting a lot more than usual, and attending services online. Spring some of the excellent services we are using this Holy Week and crafts keeping friends and us busy. Stay at home, enjoy the peace, and connect with the ones you love digitally! Happy Easter.
Easter in Tokyo 2020 – Online Services, Takeout Meals and Family Fun
Here is our list of online Tokyo English Easter services. If you have any to add in Japan, please mention below. We have been very impressed with how quickly the churches have jumped onto technology to allow people to connect spiritually. Tokyo English Online Easter Services.
Did you know you could make your own chocolate marshmallow eggs? We had fun making some this post week. Actually a lot easier than I thought and super fun for the kids! Great Easter treats. We followed the recipe from Lauren Happel on YouTube.
This week we also made the cutest fabric easter baskets. Super easy craft. All you need is fabric scraps, about 30 ft of rope, scissors and a glue gun. We followed the instructions at Kelly’s Creations on Youtube.
Dying Hard Boil Eggs is also so much fun! You can use food coloring or watercolor paints work great. Great time to try to use up extra art supplies that are lying around the house.
Enjoy a read along from our family’s favorite Easter story The Country Bunny! My seven-year-old made a read along video for kids to enjoy this holiday weekend.
Video the book reading on Youtube. https://youtu.be/F8-CGN1sLWI
And last but not least spread the joy of Easter, hope and peace around the neighborhood by decorating you sidewalk or front door.
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