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Top 5 Places to Check Out In and Around Nagoya University

Nagoya University is one of the seven national universities in Japan and is very famous for its rich legacy, various Nobel Laureates, and research-intensive courses. The campus is huge and is spread in different parts of Nagoya City. It houses various restaurants, cafes, and museums that can be any tourist’s delight. Here are the top…

Do You Know Where to Find the 2 Newest Unconventional Starbucks Stores in Japan?

Japan is known for its many Starbucks Coffee stores that are out of the ordinary and very Japanesque. There is one located near Dazaifu Tenmangu in Fukuoka that features kigumi woodwork, one on Ninenzaka in Kyoto with tatami rooms, and many more spread across the country. Now, Starbucks Coffee Japan is about to open two…

A New Traditional Japanese Starbucks is Opening in Kyoto

If there are special edition Japanese Starbucks menu items, there’s bound to be a special Starbucks store design that is traditionally Japanese as well right? Well, the plans are well on their way and a traditional Japanese Starbucks, Kyoto Ninenzaka Yasaka Tea House (京都二寧坂ヤサカ茶屋), will be opening on June 30, 2017. A Traditional-Style Starbucks Comes…

Want to Hang Out in Tokyo Without the Crowds? Check Out Gakugei Daigaku!

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 out, boasting great restaurants, interesting shops…

Feeling Lucky? Check These 5 New Year “Lucky Bags” in Japan This 2017

If you have been to Japan during the oshogatsu (お正月) i.e. Japanese New Year before, you probably have seen many people queuing outside department stores and shops to buy fukubukuros (福袋) i.e. fortune bags. If you have not witnessed this phenomenon personally, you might have seen footage of the frenzy caused by eager shoppers who…

All About the Starbucks City Mugs in Japan and How Different They Are

Starbucks (スターバックス) is unquestionably one of the most common brand names on the planet. There has not been a country I have visited that does not have one; some even have two stores in one block alone! For those who love collecting things on their travels – magnets, shot glasses, golf balls to name a…

Take Amazing Pictures of the Famous Shibuya Crossing at These 3 Cafes

An experience of walking in Shibuya Scramble Crossing is something every visitor probably wants to do in Japan. As a popular location for movies and media in the country, it is surely a place worth taking pictures of. Instead of fighting your way through the havoc in the center of the intersection, why don’t you…

A Quick Guide on How to Customize Your Starbucks Beverage in Japan

Starbucks might be the largest coffee shop chain in the world, and Japan is no exception. Starbucks is huge here. If you are in one of Japan’s larger cities, you are probably just a stone’s throw from one. And because most Starbucks have free Wi-Fi, it is a great place to check your email, do…
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