2018 January

Looking for an Affordable Stay at One of the Eight 5-Star Airports in the World?

Among Japan’s most popular cities frequented by tourists are Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. But aside from these areas, did you know that there is another city at the center of the main island of Japan that boasts wonderful people, delicious local food such as hitsumabushi and miso-katsu, and great sightseeing spots such as Nagoya Castle…

Visit Various Attractive Spots in Japan in One Day With These 2 Limited Tours!

Would you like to start your year by touring around Japan? You can’t go wrong with Hato Bus’ multi-language tour courses facilitated by guides who have proficient knowledge of Japanese history. As early as the first quarter of 2018, the company will be offering bus tours that feature many popular tourist spots where you can…

These 2 Special Wines Are the Perfect Complements to Popular Japanese Dish, Sushi

Although there are several types of wines that go well with any type of dish, there are some that were specifically created to complement a particular dish. There are a few wine brands targeting sushi lovers with their pair-up drinks known as “sushi wines.” Check out these two wines that are meant to be enjoyed…

Explore the Different Sides of Mount Fuji at the Fujisan World Heritage Center!

Whenever people talk about visiting Mount Fuji, there are a few standard approaches to go about it. If you are physically fit or the adventurous type, you would probably relish the experience of making the tough ascent during the summer months and experience its spiritual strength and visual beauty from the summit. For those who…

Experience Various Winter Wonderlands at These 6 Snow Festivals in Japan This 2018

Snow festivals are popular events in Japan that both locals and tourists look forward to every year as the illumination of white powder snow enveloping the land creates a stunning scenery. The Sapporo Snow Festival and the Otaru Snow Light Path Festival in Hokkaido are two of the most famous snow festivals, with a huge…

Save Money With These 3 Companies Offering Discount Coupons in Japan!

It was my first time to visit Yokohama in August 2017. One of their main attraction is the Cup Noodle Museum. My friend Kei, who happens to be from Yokohama, surprisingly has never been to the Cup Noodles museum, and that’s why we decided to include it in our itinerary. Upon entering, Kei showed me…

5 Reasons Why You Should Make Okinawa Your Winter Getaway!

Before I came to Japan, I had only vaguely heard of Okinawa. In fact, I’d heard of it because it was featured in the first Kill Bill movie. And when I came to live in Japan, I definitely didn’t think I would be in a country which holds tropical beaches and Hawaii-like weather. I assumed…

Don’t Miss This Spectacular Snow Lantern Festival in Kyoto This Winter 2018!

With many places to visit and activities to do during winter in Japan, this cold season is popular among tourists. One of which is to visit Shirakawa-go and marvel at old, snow-covered thatched roof houses illuminated at night. Unknown to many, there’s actually another place in Japan that has traditional thatched roof houses as beautiful…

How Many of the Richest People in Japan Do You Know? Get to Know 2 of Them Here!

Did you know that some of the richest people in the world come from Japan? The country has a definitive list of wealthy people in high-ranking positions who contribute to Japan’s rich economy. These people play a major role in raising the country’s different sectors in order to make immense progress in today’s world. Get…

Did You Know That You Can Actually Buy a Bottle of Wine for Just 100 Yen in Japan?

Similar to a dollar store, there are many 100-yen stores scattered across Japan where you can find many cheap yet interesting and useful items. Probably the most famous 100-yen store brand in Japan, DAISO stores are like no other with a variety of products to choose from – food, clothing, electronics, and so much more.…
Page 2 of 3123