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6 Must-Try Cultural Activities for the Ultimate Japanese Experience!

Whether it’s about exotic foods or groundbreaking discoveries, Japan has continued to make news around the world, especially now that Tokyo is set to host the most awaited 2020 Olympics. If it’s your first time coming to Japan and you want to experience its culture, here are seven must-try activities, and all available in Tokyo!…

Check Out the 10 Best Gifts You Can Buy in Tokyo in 2020!

Finding and buying Omiyage (souvenirs in Japanese) is just one unmissable aspect of any trip to a new country. During your trip to Japan, you will notice there are a lot of shops where you can buy souvenirs. You may feel a little bit lost with all the choices on offer in those shops. Here…

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

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…

Relive Japan’s Past at These 4 Charming Places in Shinjuku

Numerous skyscrapers, bright neon lights, and bustling streets and train stations are some of the things that best describe Shinjuku. Amidst the busy crowd and modern facade of this lively city, there are still places in Shinjuku that will allow you to go back in time and explore the timeless beauty and charm of old…
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CREMIA: The Famous Soft-Serve Ice Cream You Have to Try in Japan!

Ice cream is, to many, one of the greatest pleasures in Life! So many tempting varieties exist all over the world, and wherever the country your are in, Ice cream is widely adopted by the majority. In Japan, ice cream is extremely popular. Despite not being a traditional dessert or snack, you can now find…
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3 Things to Do at Shimbashi, Tokyo’s Salarymen Capital

We have heard a lot of things about Tokyo – it is an expensive city, the best place to shop for gadgets, has the best ramen in the world, and so on. It is the hub of Japan’s economy, and as such, lives up to its reputation of providing most of the best accommodation, job…
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4 Ways to Relive the Days of the Japanese Samurai at Nikko’s Edo Wonderland!

The Edo (江戸) period was one of the most definitive periods of Japanese history in terms of art, culture and society. This was also the era in which Japan earned its name as the Samurai Country. Edo Mura (江戸村; Edo Village), also known as Edo Wonderland (日光江戸村), in Nikko (日光) gives visitors a chance to…

Visit This Traditional Boutique in Tokyo Selling Unique Japanese Toothpicks

You may have seen unique boutiques in Japan that sell expensive fruits, lacquerware, traditional dresses, and more. Even though Japan has become a beacon of modernization in this new age, there are still a lot of traditional things that the country holds onto with utmost value. In Tokyo, there is a store that can take…

Koi Nobori: 3 Places in Kanto to see Flying Carp, the Symbol of Children’s Day in Japan

Koinobori (鯉のぼり) is a set of carp-shaped banners that float and flap in the air for the Children’s Day celebrations from April to May. There is something strangely fascinating about koinobori on a beautiful sunny day. Koinobori display various colors, designs, and sizes which stream freely and strongly in the wind, which always touches my…