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Located in Tokyo (東京)'s Chuo Ward (中央区), Ginza (銀座) is one of the city's most famous upmarket shopping and entertainment districts. Within its boundary are many department stores, high-end boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, cafes, clubs – anything you could possibly want! On weekend afternoons from 12:00pm to 5:00pm (until 6:00pm...

Unless you have a knack for all things dangerous, bizarre or weird, you'll most likely find this popular alcohol beverage from Okinawa (沖縄) pretty scary. After all, who in their right minds would intentionally breed poisonous snakes only to gut them out and preserve them for weeks just so...

If you're up for a VIP night or would like to treat yourself after a stressful week, you should check out L'effervescence. This is a Michelin-starred restaurant nestled in a secluded place along the Nishi Azabu (西麻布) area of Tokyo. L'effervescence is hidden among low-rise residential buildings and is rather...

Akita (秋田) is a prefecture famous for its rice, beautiful women, and its annual summer event, the Kanto Festival (竿燈祭り), which is held every year to pray for a good rice harvest. Let's find out more about this incredibly fun event! Kanto Festival Akita City in Akita Prefecture is located in...

Hi, readers! This is the Japan Info staff. We wanted to say thank you for always reading our articles and we’ve got a way for you to enjoy them more! Out of all the posts that have been published over the last week (September 12th to 18th) on Japan Info and/or...

The International Wine Challenge (IWC) is the most comprehensive and influential wine tasting competition in the world. It is host to many tasting challenges which give companies the chance to promote their award-winning wines. This coming May 2016, the 10th International Wine Challenge Sake Competition (a collaboration between Sake...

Sake is a traditional fermented rice beverage in Japan that contains alcohol. On the other hand, wine is an internationally well-known alcoholic drink made from fermented grapes or other types of fruit. Fans of alcoholic beverages may be interested to know more differences between the two drinks. 1. Aging Value...

In the land of amazing sake, it is no surprise that they have come up with the ultimate kit kat flavor here in Japan - you guessed it, sake! The first Kit Kat to feature this rice-based alcoholic drink became widely available on February 1, 2015. Just in time...

For festival lovers like me, Akama Inn Festival should be on your bucket list. It is not just an ordinary festival where you can see beautiful and colourful costumes, eat a variety of street food, but also be a part of a real Japanese wedding ceremony with a real...

Even though Kit Kat is a brand of chocolates originally from the United Kingdom, Japan is known for its wide assortment of Kit Kat flavors which are unique and cannot be found in other parts of the world. Some of the flavors that have been produced by Nestle Japan...

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