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THINGS TO DO IN ODAIBA
07
Aug

Things to do in Odaiba

Odaiba is a man-made island in the Tokyo Bay that was created at the end of Edo Period to protect Tokyo against possible attacks from the sea under Commodore Perry. In fact, you can still find the ruin of daiba (the gun battery) in Odaiba Park, located just a short walk from Odaiba Beach. Nowadays,... View tour
Takeshita Street - Harajuku
03
Jul

Things to Do on Takeshita Street

Harajuku, the center of kawaii and teen fashion in Tokyo, is known for its vibrant landmark – Takeshita Street. Takeshita Street, the heart of all things trendy and weird, is a must visit in Tokyo that’s featured in every guidebook. There are plenty of fun things to do at Takeshita Street (or Takeshita Dori) from... View tour
Rainy Season Japan
05
Jun

Japan’s Rainy Season Pros & Cons

The beginning of Japanese summer is marked by tsuyu, the rainy season. The weather during the rainy season is unstable and rain can occur at any time. This season is usually characterized by light and misty rains with high humidity and high temperatures. Japan’s rainy season occurs during the transition from spring into summer. Atmospheric... View tour
Day trips from Tokyo
22
May

5 Day Trips From Tokyo

If you don’t have much time in Japan, one way to discover more of Japan’s history, culture, landmarks, and natural highlights is to take a day trip from the city. Besides visiting Japan’s main cities like Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and Kyoto, it’s great to explore some of the quieter areas to experience the great variety... 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
Konbini
24
Apr

Japan’s “Konbini” Culture

During your trip to Japan, you’re going to use Konbini, convenience stores, more than you expect. They are literally everywhere and they’re part of Japanese modern culture. For those coming to Japan for the first time, it may come as a surprise to hear that it’s quite common to get dinner from a convenience store.... View tour
emergency informations Japan
13
Mar

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. Here’s a short summary of useful emergency information, phone numbers, and tips that might come in handy should you find yourself in a situation.  Emergencies... View tour
Nagoya Castle
28
Feb

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 to stop in the fourth biggest city of Japan for sightseeing. Nagoya is the capital of Aichi prefecture and is commonly known as an industrial... View tour
Tokyo for Families
14
Feb

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 beautiful sunny days such as wandering down Takeshita Street in Harajuku, visiting Disneyland, or exploring one of Tokyo’s many parks. However, when the sky turns grey... 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
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