2015 November

Why Gamers Love Japan: The World of Retro Gaming

Japan and video games go together like Mario and Luigi. You can’t think of modern video games and imagine what they would be like without Japan’s influence and contribution to the gaming world. What is it about Japan that makes gamers love it so much? Console Rivalry ninjalooter.de/ Nintendo has a huge part to play…

Japanese TV Quiz Shows: Test Your Japanese!

People from all around the world are captivated by the wonder and beauty of Japan. But with the language barrier that separates Japan from people who cannot speak or understand their language, many are willing to give the extra effort of learning the Japanese language. It is true that there are many ways of learning…

National Museum of Nature and Science: Peek into Early Japanese History

If you’re interested in natural science and looking for the best place for your kids to enjoy while learning something new, then head to the National Nature & Science Museum located in Ueno Park of Tokyo and be enthralled with all the unique exhibitions it has to offer. anepiceducation.com/ There are so many places to…

Ginza: Pop Into These Fascinating Hot Spots on Your Next Visit!

Ginza is a popular shopping district in Tokyo. It is an area where you can find internationally renowned department stores, coffee shops, restaurants, and boutiques. lukezeme.com/ Choosing which place to visit can be quite confusing. Here are two fascinating activities you can do in Ginza. Kabukiza Theatre unmissabletokyo.com/ If you’re searching for a traditional kabuki…

Ring in the New Year with Nengajo, the Japanese New Year’s Postcard

One popular part of the culture in Japan is celebrating the New Year’s Day. It is a time for merriment such as eating osechi and mochi, ringing temple bells and of course, sending out dozens of postcards! zoomingjapan.com/ Postcards are known as “nengajo” in Japanese. The original purpose it served was telling people who were…
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