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Check These 7 Must-Try Activities in Tokyo for the Ultimate Japanese Experience!

Ah, Tokyo – the capital of Japan. Whether it’s about exotic foods or groundbreaking discoveries, the city has continued to make news around the world, especially now that Tokyo is set to host the most awaited 2020 Olympics. If it’s your first time coming to Japan and you want to experience its culture, here are…

5 Interesting Things to Do in Chichibu City, Saitama Just an Hour Away From Tokyo

About an hour away via train to the north of Tokyo is Saitama Prefecture. In this prefecture lies Chichibu, a city amidst the beauty of nature. The lush mountains that surround the town contribute to its peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. It was only recently that Chichibu started to actively promote itself as a tourist destination.…

Rainy Day on Yakushima? Here Are 3 Activities You Can Enjoy Whatever the Weather

As the saying goes, “On Yakushima (屋久島), it rains 35 days a month!” So the chances of you experiencing a bit of precipitation on your trip to this beautiful island are pretty high. However, this doesn’t have to put a dampener on your visit. You can still enjoy the island’s world-famous hiking trails in the…

Visiting Kagoshima? Here Are 4 Activities You Should Try While You’re There!

The prefecture of Kagoshima, located in the far south of Kyushu, may not be the most well-known tourist destination in Japan but it certainly has a lot to offer visitors. Famous for its production of sweet potatoes, shochu, and green tea, Kagoshima is a friendly and welcoming place far removed from the hustle and bustle…

Have a Memorable Stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto with These 3 Cultural Activities

The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto is a sophisticated hotel famous for providing guests with authentic Japanese cultural experiences. It is set in a quiet area of Kyoto capable of drifting guests into total tranquility. As of the time being, the hotel is offering guests three new unparalleled cultural guest activities that will make their stay in Kyoto…

Where in Japan Can You Have a Hands-On Indigo Dyeing Experience? Find Out Here!

While many prefectures boast of local food specialties, one of Tokushima’s (徳島) claims to fame is actually a color – indigo. Awa indigo dye (阿波藍染) is produced in the region and its dyeing methods are even considered an intangible cultural asset. Let’s find out more about it! How is indigo dye created? In order to…

Feeling Adventurous? Skydive and See What Tokyo Has to Offer From Up Above!

When we travel, we always tend to look up to skyscrapers, mountains, and huge natural or man-made attractions. However, instead of looking up, have you ever tried considering looking down on some of the amazing tourist icons that can be seen in Japan? If you have the courage to jump from 12,500 feet, gear up…

Stressed Out? Throw Dishes and Relieve Your Frustration at This Place in Osaka

Are you frustrated because your job is getting you nowhere? Are you angry about the economy or politics? Do you feel like screaming and breaking things, but do not want to reveal your other side? Whatever the reason may be, you can relieve your frustration at this unique place in Osaka (大阪). Get rid of…

Visiting Karatsu in Saga? Here Are 15 Amusing Things to Do There

Located in Saga Prefecture (佐賀県) on Kyushu Island (九州), Karatsu (唐津) is a city filled with the beauty of Japanese culture. The city was an important trading port in the past because of its proximity to China and Korea. Karatsu’s name has its origin from the words “kara (唐),” meaning China or continental East Asia,…

Bamboo Stilt Walking? Know About This Traditional Japanese Activity

Stilts are used from ancient times as a tool to walk on rugged terrains or flood plains. They are nothing but poles or posts used to stand above the ground. From Europe to Japan, these were used quite extensively in the past. Let’s have a look at what makes them so special! History en.wikipedia.org/ Stilt…
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