Surviving Winters in Japan– The Drugstore Way
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So you're headed to Japan, and a big part of the excitement surrounding your trip is getting to experience all of the delicious food this country has to offer.
Tenjin is one of the most commercialized, polished, and bustling areas of Fukuoka City. It is first and foremost a shopping district, with big brand named shop
Japan has many beautiful and well-known arts and crafts, which make up a significant part of the rich culture of this wonderful country. There's shodo (calligra
The most gigantic Ice cream you have ever seen- Get it in Tokyo The Nakano Broadway is famous because of the large amount of Anime speciality shops and is there
Tokyo illuminations at Caretta by Nathan Hosken Home to neon skylines, cutting-edge electronics, Akihabara and robot restaurants, Japan is also the birthplace
M House, Breakfast & Brunch, Café, Shibuya-Ku, Ebisu |エム ハウス, 恵比寿4-23-13, MERCER BLDG. 1&2F, Shibuya, 東京都 There are countless places listed in the “top
Tokyo's Harajuku area is home to some of the cutest eats you could imagine - from tasty crepes filled with all manner of goodies to giant rainbow cotton candy (
Pancakes are one of those things that I think I could eat no matter whether it was morning, noon or night. They're so versatile and delicious, and you can top t
image1.JPG 3.3 MBTokugawa is a name most of us living in Japan have heard of. For those that don't know (long story short), the name Tokugawa comes from Ieyas
One major health trend coming out of Japan that we can get on board with is mold– specifically, we’re loving a rice mold called Koji. Already a favorite ingredient to some of the world’s leading chefs like David Chang, René Redzepi, and Jonathon Sawyer, Koji is the old-but-new ingredient to spice up your cooking processes.
With the countdown to the Rugby World Cup 2020 inching nearer and nearer, the small city of Oita is secretly packing some heat among its narrow streets. Now, at Tokyo Creative, we already have a wide range of favorite places in Oita already (see here or here), but since this was our first time doing a mini-team trip, we’re excited to add more to our list of favorite places to recommend.
A coastal town located in the Shizuoka-Kanto area of Japan, Nishi-Izu is known for fresh seafood and its outstanding natural beauty. It really is a must-visit for any outdoor adventurer or travel-buff.
We’d like to introduce you to the Maple Yabakei Cycling Road, ideal for anyone looking for breathtaking scenery and some physical activity on their next trip!
A true hidden gem of a city located on Japan's southern Kyushu Island, let us show you some of our favorite things it has to offer!
There is no better way to experience the culture and geography of Japan than to hike up one of their sacred and treasured mountains!
Exercise in Japan can be fun, enjoyable, and a place for you to meet new friends. Although anyone can opt to go to the gym for a quick workout, it’s nothing like attending a yoga session or going for a brisk hike on Mt. Takao surrounded by Japan’s beautiful nature.
Giving you an exclusive sneak peek into the Pokemon Cafe from yours truly Sharmander and Akidearest!
Who said it was just for kids? Japan's largest toy trade show going on this weekend at the Tokyo Big Sight 💁🏻♀️
Fukushima has been a place of scenic beauty and history for centuries, but since 2011 the world equates the name with the difficulties at the Fukushima nuclear
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
Kagawa Prefecture is one of the four prefectures of Shikoku Island. It is currently the smallest prefecture in Japan, and is settled on the Seto Inland Sea next
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
As the second largest city in Japan, Osaka is often compared to the capital city Tokyo—both popular travelling destinations in Japan. But some would venture to
With a nationally famous baseball team, two coasts on two different seas, and a high-class type of beef named after its capital, Hyogo is a prefecture of many t
In Akita, on the Sea of Japan coast in the northern Tohoku region, visitors can revel in Japan’s natural beauty. You can climb mountains, look over beautiful lakes, and visit coastal towns.
Miyazaki prefecture is on the southeastern side of Kyushu and is known for its majestic mountains and rugged coastal scenery. Surfing has grown in popularity he
Saitama is often overshadowed by its more popular southern neighbor Tokyo, but for those who care to look closer, Saitama abounds with amazing experiences. Take