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Culture

19
Apr

5 Must-Do Things in Akihabara

Akihabara is located in Tokyo and is famous for being a hub of all things otaku. Due to this, Akihabara is extremely popular for all anime and manga lovers and Japanese pop-culture lovers to visit in Tokyo. Akihabara is full of anime merchandise shops, arcades, maid cafes and many more anime and manga attractions. This... View tour
Ise Jingu
10
Dec

Guide to Japanese Shinto Shrines

In Japan Shintoism and Buddhism co-exist and many temples and shrines can be found everywhere in Japan and are one of the most popular tourist attractions among both domestic and international travelers. There are about 80,000 Shinto Shrines and 75,000 Buddhist Temples all over Japan, some are small and simple, others instead are extremely important... View tour
Sumo Tour
08
May

Beginner’s Guide to Sumo

An ancient sport as unique as Japan itself, sumo wrestling has a rich history. It is Japan’s national sport, it is deeply rooted in Japanese culture, and it shows amazing display of strength. There are precise rituals and rules to be respected in sumo, not only about the match itself but also regarding the ring,... View tour
Geisha Hatago Travel
27
Mar

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 its culture, and one of the most aimed-for Japanese experiences. The book turned movie ‘Memoirs of a Geisha’ was a story that was hugely popular... View tour
Japan Train Etiquette
23
Jan

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 behave on public transportation. Train etiquette is observed and followed closely in Japan. People everywhere always compliment the public transportation system here and its something... View tour

Japan National Holidays 2021

With the rescheduling of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in Summer 2021, also the scheduling of Japanese National Holidays has followed an adjustment from the standard days. The reason for this is to avoid traffic congestion and reduce rush-hour frenzy. National holidays themselves are popular times for Japanese people to leave their city area... View tour
26
Dec

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 with fireworks, countdown and cheers with champagne. In Japan, New Year’s Eve is a quiet and familiar moment. Actually, fireworks in Japan is more of... View tour
Omoide-Yokocho
28
Nov

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.
19
Nov

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.
Onsen
27
Sep

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 people have loved soaking in onsen not only to relax the body, but also to clean and refresh the mind while connecting with nature. The... View tour
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