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In a small Tokyo (東京) bar, people gather. The music’s loud, the atmosphere lively and the beer is flowing. But this is no ordinary tavern. No suits or cosplay here – just cowboy hats, tight jeans and belt buckles as large as the waist. It looks like Texas and...

What are the first districts that pop into your head when you think of Tokyo (東京)? No doubt famous central locations such as Shibuya (渋谷), Shinjuku (新宿), Roppongi (六本木) and Ikebukuro (池袋) are some of the first that spring to mind. Of course, they are great places to hang...

February would be a rather unspectacular month if it wasn't for that one magical day called Valentine's. Spirits are high, with couples everywhere celebrating their love. In Japan, this is no different. The way it is celebrated, however, is different. Unlike in the Western world, Valentine's day in Japan...

Built in 1935 and praised as the Showa Era’s 'Palace of the Dragon God’, Meguro Gajoen is the first wedding complex to be built in Japan. The building includes wedding and banquet halls ornamented with traditional quaint handicrafts and vividly restored pictures, restaurants providing delicious seasonal cuisine, a museum...

Do you like reading books? Visiting different libraries in Japan might interest you. Generally speaking, most Japanese love reading. This culture came from their interest in manga. Mangas are simply whimsical comics exposing different realistic situations in Japan even during the war time. This paved the way towards the...

Humans are perfect hosts to nearly 300 parasitic worms around the world. Every day we come in contact with these organisms. Our knowledge of parasitic infections dates back to antiquity. The description of parasites and parasitic infections are found in the early human writings. free-stock-illustration.com/ If you want to learn...

"Mata ashita" can be literally translated into "until tomorrow" which in Japan is used as "see you again tomorrow". Well, if you have stayed in Claska Hotel, I'm positive you will want to say it out loud! Claska Hotel is oozing charm of mid-century modern interiors with a Japanese twist....

There are many places to visit upon arriving in Japan, that many people would recommend when asked, such as the temples in Kyoto, the enormous Buddha statue in Nara, or Tokyo Tower, etc. However, there are a lot of less famous places, that you may not have heard many...

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