winter

Enjoy a Healthy Winter Stroll at the Yokohama Night Walk 2017

Have you made any plans for this upcoming Saturday, 4 March 2017? If you happen to be in Yokohama or nearby, how about spending your winter night strolling in the beautifully lit Minato Mirai area and enjoying the food, drinks and entertainment that it has to offer? What Is the Yokohama Night Walk? The YOKOHAMA…

McDonald’s Japan Tries a Daring Flavor With Their Limited Edition Fries

“What am I going to eat today?” Here’s a question that a lot of us ponder over on a daily basis. Having to decide what to eat is often seen as a first world problem that illustrates how quickly consumers get bored of eating the same type of food. For this reason, Japanese gastronomy businesses…

The Way to Enjoy Japan’s Winter on a Budget That Many Travelers Do Not Know Of

Japan is among travelers’ top choices of destination whether their main purpose is to sightsee, go shopping, or just simply relax and take a break. Aside from these reasons, many people also choose to go to the country to experience the cold temperatures of winter and to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities. This…

See This Natural Ice Sculpture in Chichibu, Saitama This Winter 2017

Ever wanted to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life but find it difficult or troublesome to get to the countryside and get some fresh air or see nature’s sights? If you are in or near Saitama Prefecture (埼玉県), look no further than Chichibu City (秩父市) this winter 2017 for some…

4 Picture-Perfect Spots Worth Traveling to in Shiga Prefecture

One of the perfect places to relax at is located in the middle of Japan. The prefecture of Shiga (滋賀県) is where you can find Lake Biwa (琵琶湖), the largest lake in the country. Shiga is a mountainous place as it is surrounded by Mt. Ibuki (伊吹山) to the east, Mt. Hira-san (比良山) and Mt.…

4 of the Most Impressive 2016-2017 Winter Illuminations in Japan

Winter is already here and the best way to celebrate it is, of course, to decorate all the city streets with colorful bright lights to express the joy of the season. While all countries do their best to impress their citizens with the blindingly bright decorations, there is something about the holiday season in Japan…

See 4 Million Lights Sparkle at This Illumination Event in Izu, Japan

As the end of 2016 approaches, there is a wide array of winter illumination events taking place all over Japan. Due to time constraints, it is impossible to visit every single event. However, here is an event that you should not miss this winter as it’s reputed to be the world’s largest flower field of…

3 Things That Make This Illumination Wonderland a Must-Visit in Japan

With the recent hype about Mie’s ninja museums (伊賀流忍者博物館) and trick houses, you may be lured to go out of your way just to catch a glimpse of these innovative and fun attractions. Yet, another thing you need to know is that beyond shinobis (ninjas) and shurikens, Mie (三重) has another ace up its sleeve…

Winter in Hokkaido? Here Are 5 Must-Try Winter Activities in Okhotsk!

Winter is approaching, and if you are looking to explore the snowy northern areas of Japan, you are at the right place. Okhotsk Sea lies to the north of Hokkaido encircled by Russian territory in the Pacific Ocean. It is considered as the coldest sea in East Asia. In winter, the temperatures go below -20…

Feeling Cold? Here Are 4 Japanese “Flower” Hot Pots Perfect for Winter

As days get shorter and the long nights get colder this autumn and winter, what’s the best thing to eat that can provide the much-needed warmth? Look no further than the versatile nabe i.e. hot pot which can take on a dizzying array of variations in Japan! From the common sukiyaki to the motsunabe which…
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