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Japan National Holidays 2020

2020 will be a special year for Japan, mainly due to the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics. In order to accomodate the events, several national holidays will be celebrated on... View tour
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Japanese Experience: Meeting A Geisha

When you hear the term Geisha you might instantly picture a Japanese female with a painted white face in a kimono – a symbol that is unique to Japan and... View tour
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Emergency Information in Japan

Nobody wants to end up in an unpleasant situation while travelling in a foreign country – unfortunately, sometimes things do happen, and in that case, it’s best to be prepared.... View tour
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Why You Should Visit Nagoya During Your Trip to Japan

Even though most of the tourists visiting Japan know the name of Nagoya and actually pass the city by Shinkansen while traveling between Tokyo and Kyoto, only a few decide... View tour
Tokyo for Families

Best Indoor Activities in Tokyo for Families

While it is a huge and busy place, Tokyo is also a fantastic city for traveling families. There is no shortage of things to do in Tokyo for families on... View tour

Enjoy Cherry Blossom in Tokyo

One of the most popular timing to visit Tokyo is end of March-beginning of April, the season of cherry blossom blooming. The whole Tokyo turns in a pale pink wonderland... View tour
Japan Train Etiquette

Train Etiquette

Japanese culture consists of certain etiquette that are followed for certain things like the use of an onsen, how to eat with good table manners, and no surprise: how to... View tour

Best Photos of 2019

And just like that, another year goes by. What’s a better way to share our year than through photos? These were most liked and best photos taken in 2019, starting... View tour

Japanese New Year Traditional Celebrations

New Year, or Oshogatsu, is the most important holiday period in Japan for families to spend time together and keep traditions alive. All around the world, New Year is celebrated... View tour

Staying Warm When It’s Winter in Japan

Every season has its pros and cons and there’s really no bad season to visit Japan. The drop in temperature during winter in Japan gives us the chance to see Mount... View tour

Japanese Food for the Winter

Winter has arrived in Japan and signals lots of time soaking in a steamy onsen or sitting around a kotatsu (a low table with a heated blanket) to stay warm.... View tour
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Beginner Guide to Japanese Arcades

Japanese arcades are found everywhere in Japan. Japan seems to be one of the few countries where the arcade hall has yet to die.
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Tokyo by Night – How to Enjoy Like a Local

Tokyo is one of the most exciting cities on Earth and when the sun goes down. There is a variety of activities that you can enjoy at night.

Japanese Kimono: Accessories & Types

There are many types of kimono worn depending on the occasion, as well as various patterns and colors to match the different seasons.

Japanese Food – More Than Sushi!

Undoubtedly sushi is the Japanese food that immediately comes to our mind when we think of Japanese cuisine. There’s more to Japanese cuisine than sushi; Japan offers an abundance of... View tour

10 Unknown Yet Amazing Areas in Tokyo

When you visit Tokyo, there are for sure things that you must do such as visiting the all the iconic sightseeing spots. If you want to make unforgettable memories of... View tour

Japanese Hot Spring – How to Soak in An Onsen

Japan is made up of 80% mountain areas and the vast majority of onsen are surrounded by nature, which makes hiking and onsen a great combination. Since ancient times, Japanese... View tour

Accommodation Types in Japan

Traveling in Japan also offers you the possibility to try a wide range of accommodations, and the risk of feeling overwhelmed is up to the corner. From western hotels to... View tour
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Souvenirs from Japan

A word exists in Japanese, omiyage, that indicates the gift or souvenir that you give to someone rather than purchasing it for yourself. You are bound to find at least... View tour

Pasmo and Suica Card – How to Use

The easiest way to travel around Tokyo and survive its crazy ticket system is to use a prepaid card (IC Card) such as Pasmo or Suica. Having an IC card... View tour

Top Instagrammable Spots in Tokyo

When we travel we always shoot a lot of photos of places that we visit, foods that we eat and people that we meet. But I’m guessing now that you... View tour

Surviving the Summer in Japan

It so happens that for many travelers, summer is the most convenient time to visit Japan. Unfortunately, it coincides with what most people would consider being the worst time to... View tour

Matsuri Manual: How to Enjoy Japanese Summer Festivals

In the summer season, several matsuri, Japanese festivals, take place all over Japan. Most of them are annual traditions to celebrate gods, seasons, and historical events. During the occasion, you... View tour

Public Etiquette in Japan

Japan is a top travel destination; there's no denying it. Everyone dreams of visiting this country and with the upcoming Rugby World Championships in autumn and next year's Olympics, the... View tour

Summer Fireworks in Tokyo 2019

After June and rainy season, it’s time for Firework season in Tokyo! From the end of July to August, firework festivals are held almost every weekend in Japan. Japan has... View tour

Best Season to Visit Tokyo

Tokyo basically can be enjoyed anytime during the year thanks to the many attractions that Japan’s capital has to offer. Every season has its strong and weak points, but there... View tour

Tokyo Shitamachi Areas With Old Atmosphere

Tokyo is not only a city of crowded streets, crazy shops and neon lights, but also has an old-style atmosphere that consists of narrow streets, wooden houses and Showa Era... View tour

10 Things To Do in Tokyo

What does it feel like to be at the center of the world? Well, find out at the Shibuya Scramble Crossing, the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world with an... View tour
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Learn Main Japanese Table Manners

Kaiseki cuisine is a traditional Japanese style cuisine that is usually served in high class restaurants or traditional ryokans. To fully enjoy this experience and avoid being in an embarrassing... View tour
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Asakusa Events Not to Miss

With its charming Sensoji Temple and the enormous red paper lanterns at its entrance, Asakusa is one of the not-to-miss spots in Tokyo. It is an area of Tokyo where... View tour