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Spoiler-Free Review of Good Morning Call on Netflix Japan

Netflix has successfully initiated the idea of streaming-based television content to the Japanese market, propelling the society further into an age of web entertainment. Staying true to their promise made during launch, Netflix Japan has been putting out original domestically-made content aside from their standard programs. While their first attempt with Underwear was mediocre at…

A Bathing Suit Friendly Onsen in the Heart of Tokyo – Perfect for Couples!

The majority of onsen (Japanese hot springs) have a strict no bathing suit policy but located in North-West Tokyo is Toshimaen Garden Spa, the perfect place to escape from the madness of central Tokyo and enjoy ultimate relaxation whilst keeping your kit on. Niwa No Yu, Toshimaen The facilities are extensive with a large mixed…

’Tis the Season to be Jolly: What to Expect at Christmas in Japan

All around the world one of the largest and most popular holidays in numerous countries is, of course, Christmas! But what is the festive season like when you are in Japan? Most of Japan’s population aren’t Christian so unlike countries such as England or the United States, Christmas isn’t a national holiday. Therefore, for a…

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, where history meets entertainment

Historical Place Of Yokohama Port Our famous port city, Yokohama, was once a small fishing village in Edo Period. In 1859, the Black Ships led by Commodore Matthew Perry arrived in Yokohama and demanded Japan to open several ports for commerce. The Tokugawa shogunate agreed and signed the Treaty of Peace and Amity, this event…

Top 5 romantic places in Japan

While being able to travel to Japan is a good thing in itself, if you go as a couple or simply love romantic views this is the list of the most romantic places worth dropping by! 1. Kinkakuji jp.fotolia.com/ Embrace the beauty of nature in the Golden Pavilion located in the Northern Kyoto. The garden…

7 Stylish Hotels in Kyoto Perfect for Couples!

In Kyoto, Japan’s ancient capital that is steeped in tradition, you will find street after street of traditional Japanese hotels, or “ryokan”, that have hardly changed since times past. For a night with your boyfriend or girlfriend, you probably want somewhere that’s both traditional and chic. Here are some fashionable hotels and ryokan in Kyoto…