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5 Cards That You Should Never Be Without in Japan

Point cards offer benefits and discounts to customers who are loyal to one business and frequently buy things at their stores. Nowadays, more and more companies and shops are utilizing their own point cards to encourage people to revisit their business and reap the benefits. Other times, cards can be used as shortcuts to pay…

Cheap but Good Quality Food? Here Are 6 Affordable Ways to Eat in Japan

Japan is known for having expensive food in the market. This is probably one of the most common complaints of foreign people visiting the country. Contrary to this, there is actually a wide selection of cheap food having good quality. Like anywhere in the world, if you eat like a local, there’s no need to…

Everyday Attractions: 3 Unremarkable Things that Tourists Love in Japan

When planning a holiday abroad, tourists flock to main attractions like bees to a honey pot. Even the smaller, less well-known attractions are gaining their fair share of visitors these days with the ‘off the beaten track’ section now a firm favourite in most popular guide books. But aside from these attractions, whether big or…

4 Reasons to Love MaxValu, Your Go-to Supermarket in Japan

MaxValue is your go to supermarket in Japan. wikiwand.com/ Incidentally, you can find MaxValu in many places around the country, or the larger version – AEON supermarkets – in AEON malls. 1. The point card / prepaid cash card. It barks. Enough said. aeon.co.jp/ You can sign up for a point card at any Aeon…