By Praachi

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Top Things to do at Takeshita Street in Tokyo

Takeshita street in Harajuku is a fun filled, vibrant and crowded street boasting of various unique shopping, eating and photography experience! Having hues of pink, bright lights and mostly hosting many people, Takeshita street is an icon in Tokyo’s tourism list. Here is a list of top things you can do at Takeshita Street- Eat,…
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5 Top Reasons why Ginza is Times Square’s twin!!!!

Tokyo’s Ginza district is full of stunning neon billboards, stand alone stores of international designer brands and has now become a permanent tourist attraction. All these factors also make it very similar to Times Square in New York and they surely are twins of each other- one in the east and the other in the…

Top 7 Interesting Things to Do When You Visit Kobe Harborland in Japan

While many people think of exquisite beef when they hear of Kobe, Japan’s 6th largest city has much more to offer than some pricey food. Kobe Harborland is one such gem of the Kobe area where visitors can find expansive shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Kobe City that has unparalleled shopping, dining, and entertainment options.…

The Top 10 Vegetarian Cafes and Restaurants in Tokyo

Being a vegetarian while traveling or living in Japan can sometimes be daunting as vegetarian meals are not as ubiquitous as other delicious meat and seafood-based delicacies like yakiniku, karaage, sushi, ramen, and many more. So here is a list of restaurants for my vegetarian friends who wish to have scrumptious meals in Tokyo that…

Doing a Homestay in Japan? Here Are 6 Things You Should Do for the Best Experience

I recently experienced a homestay with a Japanese family in Handa City, Aichi Prefecture. It was a valuable and memorable experience to know and explore the lifestyle of a typical Japanese family, understand their culture and traditions, and also eat delectable home-cooked food. I stayed with Obaasan (grandmother), and her daughter who lived nearby often…

Top 5 Places to Check Out In and Around Nagoya University

Nagoya University is one of the seven national universities in Japan and is very famous for its rich legacy, various Nobel Laureates, and research-intensive courses. The campus is huge and is spread in different parts of Nagoya City. It houses various restaurants, cafes, and museums that can be any tourist’s delight. Here are the top…

7 Reasons That Will Make You Buy Meiji’s Latest Chocolate Bar in Japan

Meiji is the pride of Japan as it produces some of the country’s best dairy and confectionery products. They recently introduced an all-new range of chocolate bars called “meiji THE Chocolate” under the category of “bean to bar.” The range has exciting new flavors and visually attractive packaging for each chocolate bar. Here are seven…

4 Things to Do in the Incredible Handa Float Festival in Aichi, Japan

I recently had the wonderful opportunity to witness and experience the beautiful Handa Float Festival (Handa Dashi Matsuri) in the city of Handa, Aichi. Only held once every five years, the event in October 2017 was the 8th edition of the festival. This two-day celebration has gained immense popularity due to a similar Japanese festival…

10 Crazy yet ingenious Japanese inventions!

The country has always excelled in fields of research, development and innovations. It has given a great contribution to the world by its innovative inventions and creations. Here is a list of some uncommon inventions that we may don’t know that it originated in our very own Japan. 1. The never ending bubble wrap The…

Top 5 Stores to Cover All Your Shopping Needs While in Japan!

While in Japan, all must know the popular and leading brands, whether it is Uniqlo for clothes or Aeon for groceries and retailing. Here is the list of the top five stores which rule Japan’s market scene. A must know for everyone residing in Japan! 1. Uniqlo Type: Clothes wear Who doesn’t wear a Uniqlo…