Five tried-and-true ways to learn Japanese
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This castle, also known as Aizuwakamatsu Castle, was the domain of the Aizu clan, which fought alongside the powerful Tokugawa family during the Edo period. It
Located only a 3-minute walk from Shimokitazawa Station, Kalimantan features a large selection of Bohemian accessories, clothing, and homewares.
Meguro Cinema is a cosy and delightful theatre experience, with friendly staff and a variety of double-feature films across various genres on show.
Most areas in Tokyo have their own famous shopping street, and Kagurazaka is no exception. With a mix of clothing stores, toy shops, cafes, and even a shop sell
Marked only by a geometric emblem, this minimalist cafe serves a mix of Japanese and Western-style dishes. Their menu features a daily dinner dish, various appe
The path to Todoroki Falls is a popular hiking trail for families due to its close proximity to the parking lot.
Kamakura Naya is a fabric shop also selling goods made with old kimono fabrics and indigo dye.
Valentines is coming soon and Japan is already up for it , no matter where you go , you'll bond to see something valentines related, in supermarkets, they will
When you think of visiting Tokyo, you might have a list of several main foods you want to try - sushi and ramen are often in top place. But what about desserts?
The First World Starbucks with Tatami Floor Style in Kyoto, Japan This is Starbucks? Yes. It is (photo 1). 1) Photo credit: Starbucks JapanThe first world Sta
The Land of the Rising Sun has always proves itself to produce over-the-top , verging-on-absurd snacks. Over the years, Japan has come out with wacky and absur
I have spent more than half my life in Japan now, and one thing I have always appreciated is the attention to detail that comes with food here. No, here, food
bunbougu-cafe-omotesando.jpg 145.59 KBIf you're a stationery buff, you probably already know that Japan is basically the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory of stati
Love Sailor Moon and Planets? why not go to Tokyo Dome and get a ticket to go see Sailor Moon and friends inside the Tenq Museum.Running for a limited time only
At the forefront of trendy teen fashion, Harajuku really stands out. Located right in the heart of Tokyo, this is where teenagers come to hang out. Although Har
Travelling is expensive.- Sara López, right now. Even when you travel on a budget! But how different are japanese prices in comparison with the rest of the worl
Exploring Japan can be both fun and challenging, and the ability to easily get online can give you peace of mind whilst travelling. From staying connected with family and friends to looking up train times in a hurry, there’s no doubting the convenience of a portable Wi-Fi connection.
Tokyo Creative has partnered with one of Japan’s leading pocket Wi-Fi providers to offer a new convenient and affordable rental service for use across the whole of Japan.More Info
Ishikawa prefecture is a small, thin prefecture on the western coast of the Honshu island, next to the Sea of Japan. It is closer to Tokyo than Kyoto, making it
Tottori prefecture along the Sea of Japan coast is best known for its sand dunes (Tottori Sakyu) and Sand Sculpture Museum. The spiritual center of mountain wor
Lush and tropical, Kagoshima Prefecture inhabits the southernmost part of Kyushu and includes a string of islands stretching to Taiwan. The most famous of these
Toyama is a small prefecture on the coast of the Sea of Japan. It has mountainous borders inland with wonderful natural views, hiking trails, hot springs and ev
Koyasan (Mount Koya) is the heart and soul of Wakayama Prefecture. Koyasan is the birthplace of Shingon Buddhism, founded by Kobo Daishi (Kukai) in the year 885
Tokyo is all about contrasts. Its irresistible charm comes from the clash between its cutting-edge style and traditional culture. From the organized chaos of [S
Nagasaki is in the southwest of Japan on the island of Kyushu and includes several islands between Kyushu and South Korea. Mountains on one side and the sea on
Okayama prefecture is situated along the Seto inland sea across from Shikoku. Just 15 minutes outside the capital city, visitors can enjoy the preserved old can
Kochi, on Shikoku Island, is quite rural. In fact, 85% of the prefecture is covered in forests. This lush, green area is perfect for adventurers and is famous f