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Top Ten Romantic Restaurants in Tokyo

With Valentine’s Day coming up, you might want to start looking for a restaurant to surprise that someone special. Below is a list of restaurants in Tokyo that have great views and delicious food. Most of these restaurants have a dress code, so be prepared to dress to impress. 1.Chateau de Joel Robuchon Joel Robuchon […]

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Valentine’s Day, The Japanese Way

Valentine’s Day is mostly all about the romance and men trying to sweep that special lady off their feet, giving them flowers, chocolates, jewelry, etc. Whereas, it’s a little bit different in Japan. It’s difficult for most Japanese, in general, to outright express their true feelings, so this holiday is a chance to show their […]

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Hydrangea Temple Gardens in Kamakura

Temples in Kamakura are especially gorgeous and charming during the blooming season of the hydrangea. They’re are in full bloom from about mid-June to earl July. Meigetsuin Temple and Tokeiji Temple are best known for their hydrangeas. Hasedera Temple Enjoy more than 40 kinds of hydrangeas while walking up the hills of Hasedera Temple. From […]

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Romantic Getaways near Tokyo

Whether you’re looking for a romantic place to spend quality time with your significant other or a backpacking couple looking to relax in a luxurious room for a change, or a pair of tourists in Tokyo wanting to get away from the chaos of the city; below is a list of some great hotels and […]

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Surf the Stars at the Cosmo-Planetarium in Shibuya

Shibuya has a lot of things to offer, you have endless possibilities to go shopping, enjoy traditional and modern restaurants, have a little break in a cafe and of course, take a picture in front of Hachiko. This city is bursting with energy and countless activities, but if you want to escape that for a […]

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Edo Wonderland, a place where you can experience old world Japan!

Immerse yourself in a bit of history at Edo Wonderland! You can dress up in Edo period costume, and be a civilian, police officer, samurai or whatever your heart desires. Play a game of darts, take a boat cruise or catch an infamous thief! The Edo period, also known as the Tokugawa period was from […]

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Visit a Hot Spring Spa in Tokyo

Visiting hot springs is truly a uniquely Japanese experience and most bathhouses hot springs stay open for long hours, allowing the bathers to immerse themselves in healthy waters and relax. People in Japan are obsessed with bathing themselves in hot springs and some select their bathhouses based on the water’s healing properties. Befoew you venture […]

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Dive into the Ghibli Museum

Hayao Miyazaki, arguably the most famous Japanese Animation director, is known for animation films such as Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, and so on. The Ghibli museum, that displays his animation films, opened more than a decade ago in Mitaka, Tokyo. This museum is not just a museum of animation, but contains enjoyable contents for […]

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Five Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in Tokyo

Everything is different time schedule in new year week. So it is difficult to enjoy it. Here is the tips how to spend new year week. Time surely flies… Have you decided on what to do on the last day of the year? Most Japanese return to their hometowns over the New Year break and […]

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Christmas Illumination in Tokyo

Christmas illumination is one of the greatest attractions in Tokyo, as extensive amounts of money are invested into these tens of thousands of light bulbs that glow in various colors, producing a truly mystical and surreal scenery. Illumination is not spared from the Japanese creativity and innovation too, as you see light bulbs stringed up […]

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