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Food

17
Mar

Vegan Travel in Japan – Ikaho Onsen

We must be honest: Japan is not really a vegan-friendly destination. Of course, especially in the last years, the place displaying the words “plant-based” or “vegan” is not really 100% vegan-safe. The reason is that often there is a misunderstanding about what is the philosophy behind the vegan lifestyle. In Japan, the word “vegan” is... View tour
18
Feb

Beginner guide to Hanami

What will you think of when hearing about Japan? Cherry blossoms are a must item for Japan. There are lots of photos and videos about cherry blossoms during Spring every year, but do you really know how the Japanese enjoy the season? What is hanami? Hanami, meaning “flower viewing”, is the Japanese traditional custom of... View tour
15
Jan

Types of cafè in Japan

“Let’s meet for coffee!” How many times in our life we have said this phrase?! Well, in Japan even a simple thing as drink coffee can become a unique experience that you must try during your time in Japan. Unique locations, quirky style and special atmosphere are some of the variants offered by the various... View tour
Japanese Sake
10
Apr

A Beginner’s Guide to Japanese Sake

How much do you know about Japanese sake? In Japanese, the word sake is actually used to indicate any type of alcoholic beverage. The alcoholic beverage made from rice that is usually referred to by foreigners as sake is called nihonshu. There is a wide variety of sake that is available with different tastes; this... 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
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

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