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Things to do in Harajuku, Tokyo

Things to do in Harajuku You can experience the gap between sacred world and a secular world at the same time at Harajuku. Behind Harajuku station, there is a vast forest-like Meiji Shrine, one of...

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Things to do in Asakusa, Tokyo

Asakusa (浅草) has the most famous temple in all of Tokyo, but Asakusa's attraction is not only the temple. The temple is also surrounded by shops, restaurants and there are other attractions...

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6 biggest Matsuri Festivals in Tohoku Region, Northern Japan 2013

Summer Festivals in Tohoku region We have many summer festivals in Japan, but these six festivals in Tohoku region are the leading ones that are held in the beginning of August every year. After the...

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Japanese Omotenashi: 5 Real Life Examples

It is decided. The Olympics in 2020 will be held in Tokyo and everyone is out of their minds exited about it. Recently, when I have to explain to someone why I am in Japan, they usually just assume...

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What else can you do on New Year’s Day

New Year's Day Sunrise It may sound weird but it's a tradition to watch the first sunrise of the new year in Japan. Some people go to open areas to watch the sun rise up from the horizon, others go...

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Hachiko statue

One of the most famous meeting points in Shibuya is the Hachiko statue. Everyday hundreds or thousands of people walk past it, stand in front of it, snap a picture or chatting around with friends....

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Things to do in Odaiba, Tokyo

Things to do in Odaiba, Tokyo The waterfront that faces Tokyo Bay is developed energetically in recent years. The night view is spectacular. Odaiba area attracts wide range of generations. It...

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An Onsen Is All You Need

Onsens, or hot spring baths, are definitely one of the reasons many tourists choose Japan as their getaway destination. Onsens are usually public and separated by gender, but there are private baths...

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18 Kit Kat Flavors Exclusive Only To Japan

Kit Kat means “sure to win” in Japanese Japan is the world's 2nd-largest Kit Kat consumer behind UK, where the chocolate crisp was born in 1935. The word “Kit Kat” sounds similar to the...

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Kid-friendly sites in Tokyo:6 spots and 2 hotels in Odaiba

If you are visiting Tokyo with your kid(s) /family, you may want to stay in the same area where you don’t have to move around a lot, yet enjoy your stay in Tokyo. You probably want to take them to...

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