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Things to See and Do in Yokohama: Past, Present & Future

Who knew a small sleepy fishing village of the Edo period would one day become the legendary “Port of Yokohama”? Yokohama is the port that opened Japan to the world about 165 years back when the fleet of US naval warships arrived at the Honshu coast of Japan forcing the end of its long isolation.…

Real Halloween Pumpkin Field in Tokyo

Halloween has come a long way from Ireland to America from Pagans to Pumpkins and now celebrated and recognized across the globe, including Japan. The link between Halloween and Pumpkins photo-ac.com/ Originally, it’s believed that on this magical all hallows eve the glowing Jack-O-lanterns were carved from turnips and gourds, and lit with coal. But…
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“Slurp Route” to the best curries in Tokyo

Tokyo has the highest number of Michelin star restaurants in the world for a reason. Japan and its people’s consumption of locally grown products, dedication to traditional culinary practices, versatility, creativity and craftsmanship – are all the cornerstone of Tokyo’s culinary scene. They also love the novelty of the ingredients used across foreign cuisines, so…
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Sweet Summer Escape: 48 hours in Izu Oshima

Izu Oshima island can be your idyllic midsummer night’s dream which swaddles you right into nature’s lap. Flawless beaches, rugged terrain, scenic mountain trails, lush greenery and a desert and a night sky that inspire songs – this is what Izu Oshima island offers. Getting to Izu Oshima and Getting Around   View this post…