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Japan

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
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
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
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
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
25
Oct

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 gastronomical delights with a boundless variety of regional and seasonal dishes. Japanese food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world and for... View tour
07
Oct

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 this city that never sleeps, just follow the locals to see another side of Tokyo besides the iconic areas! Here are 10 areas that aren’t... View tour
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
18
Sep

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 traditional ryokan, you are able to choose among many types of accommodations with a wide range of prices, so it’s better to be prepared and... View tour
Souvenirs
10
Sep

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 one “omiyage” store at every train station, airport and even the street corner that sells pre-wrapped local specialties, gadget and souvenirs. This means as far... View tour
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