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17
Jul

Top Viewpoints in Tokyo

Raise your hand if you’re someone who loves to enjoy the city view from the top! Unlike many other cities, Tokyo doesn’t have just one iconic skyline but instead. multiple ones.. this isn’t by chance due to the fact that Tokyo is the world’s largest city. Unique architecture, parks, the bay, neon lights, and Mount... View tour
16
Jan

Kameido Tenjin Shrine Plum Festival

The 300 plum trees blossoming at Kameido Tenjin Shrine shows the arrival of Spring. Food and drinks are available for sale at the festival. Dates are estimated and subject to change. Organizer website information available only in Japanese.
30
Dec

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 at #10 =) 10. Bon Odori Bon odori is the name of the dancing style that is performed during Obon, a summer festival that honors... 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
29
Aug

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 eliminates the need to worry about which type of ticket you need to buy and at the same time, you will cut small costs on... View tour
08
Aug

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 also want to shoot some fantastic and eye catching pictures for your instagram gallery right? Here we have a list of the top Instagrammable spots... View tour
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We regret that all of our tours are currently suspended for August 2020. See you soon!

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