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Japan’s Latest Matcha Snacks and Beverages!

Matcha fans, do not miss out on the latest matcha-flavoured snacks and beverages!!! As you may know, matcha is a kind of Japanese green tea which was traditionally served at tea ceremonies to welcome and treat special guests. This high quality matcha is now loved worldwide and once you try matcha, you will surely fall…

Japan’s Top Chocolatiers: Valentine’s Day Edition!

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and as the tradition of buying chocolate gifts becomes more and more popular, preordering the most beautiful and luxurious boxes of chocolate bonbons has become a must. by Martin Danker In the spirit of Valentine’s Day and the goodness of chocolate, we wanted to see some of the…

The 5 Best Strawberry Buffets in Tokyo – 2021

For everyone who loves Japanese fresh fruits, this long awaited season has finally come. The queen of them, the delicious strawberry, has attracted so many people with its sweet and sour taste, sweet scent, and beautiful appearance. Here we will introduce the latest information about the top strawberry buffets at Japan’s high quality hotels.. If…

Thorough Guide For The Go To Eat Campaign!

Followed by Go To Travel Campaign, the Japanese government’s second policy is that of the “Go To Campaign” package, Go To Eat Campaign has started to boost the economy that has been suffering due to COVID-19. Overview of the Campaign The Go To Eat Campaign is for those who live in Japan and are planning…

BREAKING NEWS: The Olympics Have Been Postponed

It’s official, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will not be taking place in 2020. Still, the Olympics will be moved to summer 2021 at the latest. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Prime Minister Abe Shinzo reached the decision on Tuesday. The unprecedented move comes as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic that has locked…

3 Delicious Sweets to Eat at Hinamatsuri – The Doll’s Festival on March 3rd

On March 3rd in Japan, people celebrate the Girls’ Festival, called “HINAMATSURI”(雛祭り). On the day, people traditionally celebrate girls’ growth mainly by displaying beautiful dolls in ancient costumes of the Heian era with peach flowers in each house, and eating cubic rice crackers (Hina-arare). However, there are some popular sweets for this festival which are…

Coronavirus: What Does the Tokyo Marathon’s Cancellation Mean For the Olympics?

On Monday night, it was announced that the Tokyo Marathon would be cancelled for General participants. Therefore, only about 200 elite runners would be allowed to participate in one of the world’s most important marathons. As for the 39,000 people who were set to run, they’ll be allowed to do so in 2021 as long…

Setsubun: The Holiday Where Japanese Pelt Demons with Soybeans

According to the Japanese Lunar Calendar, ‘Setsubun’ (literally ‘seasonal division’ in English) is the day before the arrival of spring, or the day that sits between winter and spring, dividing the two seasons. It is celebrated on February 3rd usually as a part of the Spring Festival (Haru Matsuri) across Japan at all shrines and…

Bringing the Mammoth Back to Life : How Japan is Making De-Extinction Cool for Kids

Currently showcasing at the Miraikan, Japan’s premiere space for cutting-edge technology, is “The Mammoth.” This special exhibition is bringing never-before-seen remains of mammoths and other extinct animals to the public eye. Previously buried underneath the frozen wastelands of Siberia, paleontologists worldwide are rushing to the region to save these perfectly preserved specimens. With the advancement…