2018 May

2 All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants Popular Among Japanese High School Students

When talking about izakaya or Japanese pubs, what comes to mind? Delicious skewers and beer, a smoky environment, and loud people… Most of you may not link it with underage high school girls, but dining in an izakaya has become the latest trend among them! So what attracts them to this type of restaurant and…

Love Coffee? Don’t Miss the Tokyo Cafe Show in Japan This June 2018!

Did you know that Japan is one of the largest consumers of coffee in the world? You’ll see why once you stroll down the streets of cities like Tokyo. It is said that there are more than 7 million cafe-style restaurants in the country. In line with this, an event called the “Tokyo Cafe Show”…

How Many of These 5 Popular Dog Breeds in Japan Have You Seen?

Japan is the land of “kawaii” (cute) things. From clothing to accessories to stationery to even food, “cute” culture is often incorporated to make many quite ordinary items look adorable! Cute animals are also very popular in Japan and there are even TV shows and social media dedicated to hamsters, rabbits, kittens, puppies, and other…

7 Things to Remember When Trying Karaoke in Japan

Karaoke is a great way to pass the time while you’re in Japan. You can find karaoke bars almost anywhere, even in small towns, and they are an inexpensive and fun way to enjoy an evening or a rainy day. However, there is a little more to it than just going in, choosing your song,…

This New Service Makes Affordable Accommodation in Japan Even More Accessible!

7-Eleven Japan, already known for the convenience it offers, will once again prove that it, indeed, has almost everything. On June 15, 2018, a new service called “Convenience Front Desk 24” will take effect in Tokyo. This is an automated service for temporary accommodation guests who would like to check in and collect and leave…

How Do Ancient ‘Tsunami Stones’ Warn People About Future Disasters in Japan?

Tsunamis are fairly common in Japan, primarily because of major earthquakes that tend to hit the area every 100 to 150 years. Because of this, the country implemented advanced countermeasures against future tsunamis and education for disaster preparedness. As a reminder of the devastating impact of tsunamis, tsunami stones came into use. In Aneyoshi, Japan,…

4 Great Restaurants Near Lake Suwa in Nagano Prefecture

Nagano is a northern prefecture in Japan that is often visited by people in winter for its many snowboarding and ski resorts. It is a prefecture of gorgeous natural beauty, with mountains that boast lovely views in autumn, and soba noodles are especially delicious and fresh-tasting here. Lake Suwa, locally called “Suwako,” is located near…

Don’t Miss These 6 Magical Events at Tokyo Disney Resort This 2018!

The 35th anniversary of Tokyo Disney Resort in Japan continues with various seasonal activities to make your visit a truly memorable one. Spectacular special events are lined up which you will surely enjoy with your family, friends, or special someone. Check out the “Happiest Celebration!” events for the rest of 2018 below! 1. Disney Tanabata…

Want to Spend Less Money in Japan? Check Out These 7 Cheap Spots in Tokyo!

The basic misconception that travelers have about Japan is that a trip to this country will break your wallet and bank account. Below are some of the cheap spots you can visit and enjoy in Tokyo without hurting your budget. 1. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building jp.fotolia.com/ The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building is the ninth tallest…

Kobe Is So Much More Than Just Beef! Here Are 10 Awesome Things to Do in Kobe!

When people hear the name Kobe, the first thing that usually comes to mind is Kobe beef. And when I searched on the Internet, some sites told me that for Westerners, Kobe is not an attractive place to visit because one of the main tourist spots is an area full of Western-style buildings. However, Kobe…
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