2015 November

Eat and Drink Sinfully at ’DevilCraft’ Hamamatsucho!

DevilCraft Hamamatsucho is a craft beer and Chicago-style pizza joint. It was originally opened in Kanda in 2012 but a year later, a branch was opened in Tokyo. The three beer enthusiasts who founded the place saw the lack in good food served at pubs and bars in Tokyo. Thus, opening the DevilCraft turned it…

A Glimpse Of The Japanese Tea Ceremony

There are a lot of traditions that the Japanese have been practicing from ancient times up to the present. They make sure that all the traditions are well preserved and passed on to younger generations so that they respect their roots and practices that teach them good values and show how unique they are. One…

Delight in These Top Two Nature Destinations at Kofu!

Kofu is the capital city of Yamanashi Prefecture. It is located almost right at the middle of the place and has been considered as an important center for culture, transportation and politics. travelthewholeworld.com/ It is surrounded by beautiful mountains and serves as an economic center where most visitors travel to. Below are some of Kofu’s…

5 Breathtaking Castles, the National Treasures of Japan

Japan is indeed one of the most famous countries in the world. It is well known for its very high technology and a super power nation. It is known for its boom in economy and wonderful innovations. But besides its popularity in technology and economy, Japan is also a good place for leisure as it…

Spend A Day in Ikebukuro’s Attraction Mecca: Sunshine City

With a name like Sunshine City, you might expect a beach resort or tanning salon. The name is misleading, because what it actually is is a shopping and attraction center in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. One of the tallest buildings in Tokyo, not only the building itself but the surrounding area is full of things to do,…

Sake, An Integral Part of Japanese Cuisine

Sake is a well known Japanese alcoholic beverage that is made of fermented rice, koji, and water. It normally uses the process of fermentation and filtration process. It is truly an integral part of the Japanese cuisine. Sake is the national beverage in Japan and it is even served with a special ceremony. It is…

The Meaning Behind 4 of Japan’s National Holidays

Just like any other country in the world, Japan has many holidays and festivities that are celebrated each year. These are the best times for tourists to visit the country so they are sure to enjoy and learn more about the rich Japanese culture and tradition. These holidays are spent with enthusiasm and joy by…

3 Shops to Give you a Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Makeover!

It’s no doubt that many people Japanese or not, admire the Harajuku fashion that Princess of Japanese Pop Kyary Pamyu Pamyu flaunts. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has made a number of collaborations with different stores in the past featuring the style and it’s no wonder she’s one of the most iconic people who comes to mind…

Enjoy Desserts (almost) Too Cute to Eat at Q-Pot Cafe!

There are thousands of coffee shops or cafes all around Japan and with each shop having their own unique style and concept. There are your normal coffee chains (both Japanese and international), themed cafes, and some with animals as an added attraction to the cafe. But if you’re looking for something else, then the Q-Pot…

5 Tasty Aomori Dishes To Warm You Up in the Winter!

Winter months in Japan can get quite cold and the same goes for Aomori Prefecture! But don’t worry because Aomori has some of the best food to warm you up in this cold winter season. The prefecture is a bounty place for marine resources which makes a good match for its local dishes. Read on…
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