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30 Great Hotels in Amazing Akihabara For a Perfect Stay in Tokyo in 2017!

Akihabara, also known as Akiba, is a district of Tokyo which attracts people for its stunning neon streets and fun gaming culture. Commonly referred to as the Electric Town of Tokyo, this area is filled to the brim with electronics shops, gaming arcades, maid cafes, and a selection of unique restaurants and bars. Visitors can…

Do You Know How to Take Care of Your Baby While Traveling in Japan?

Taking care of a baby while traveling can be an impossible task as it requires a lot of care, attention, and planning. Mothers may have doubts about breastfeeding, or how to change their kid’s diapers in public, etc. Some do not even know how or where to buy diapers in Japan. Also, not all places…

Robots, Bidets and 7 Other High-tech Things to See in Japan

Of all the phrases and descriptions associated with Japan – world heritage sites, deep appreciation for history and culture, outstanding cuisine – being a modern, technology-driven country seem to take a back seat. In my opinion, it’s not the ultra-fast bullet trains (shinkansen), or extensive rail network that amazes me but the ordinary, daily things…

16 Must-See Places and Things to Do in Shinjuku: Explore the Unexplored!

If you know anything about Tokyo, then it is highly likely that you have heard of Shinjuku. You may have heard of the city district having the busiest train station in the world and being one of the major economic hubs of Japan’s capital city. It is probably at the top of most tourists’ bucket…

Buying a Camera in Japan: 7 Useful Tips

Japan is a stunningly beautiful country and the ideal location for photographers. From ancient temples and gorgeous artwork to paradise beaches and mysterious bamboo forests, there are so many chances to take wonderful pictures and hone one’s photography skills. Japan is also a well-known creator of many brilliant cameras and has many established manufacturers which…

An Essential Guide for Buying a Bike in Japan

Spend just a few minutes anywhere in Japan and you can see just how popular bikes are. Nearly everyone seems to have one, and you’ll often see hundreds parked around every town, city, station or shopping centre. But when you don’t know much about how something works in another country, the prospect of buying a…
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4 Unrevealed Gamer’s destinations in Kyoto

I am a big gamer. I love playing as many different games as possible, and coming to Japan meant that I got super excited about new gaming possibilities that would hopefully appear. The most famous area to go to for this kind of Japanese culture would probably be around Akihabara in Tokyo. But, that’s not…