• Top 10 Attractions Places You Should Visit in Fukuoka

    Top 10 Attractions Places You Should Visit in Fukuoka

    One of Japan’s largest cities, Fukuoka is the administrative, economic, and cultural center of the southern-most island of Kyushu and is one of the country’s most progressive cities. Located in Hakata Bay, Fukuoka is divided in two by the River Naka, with Hakata, the older eastern part of the city, serving as an important port

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  • Top 8 Hokkaido Outdoor Activities You Must Try

    Top 8 Hokkaido Outdoor Activities You Must Try

    Asahiyama Zoo Asahikawa is located in the northern part of Hokkaido, where the annual temperature gap reaches almost 70°C. At Asahiyama Zoo, you’ll meet about 150 kinds of animals that can survive in this challenging environment. In addition to Arctic creatures such as polar bears and penguins, the zoo houses other species including capybaras, atelids

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  • Top 9 Budget Restaurants in Tokyo

    Top 9 Budget Restaurants in Tokyo

    Sushi Bun Tokyo’s central fish market is an essential part of most visitors’ itineraries, and so is breakfast at one of its legendary hole-in-the-wall sushi counters. The seafood could hardly be fresher, and the sushi is as good as you’d expect at places charging four times as much. Sushi-Bun is one of the best in

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  • 3 Unique Themed Cafe You Will Like In Japan

    3 Unique Themed Cafe You Will Like In Japan

    Do you like to drink coffee at some nice cafe? It’s such a perfect way to relax after your daily work. I love to go to cafés to relax while drinking delicious coffee and talking with peers. In Japan there are so many cafes that changed my image of these places. With this article, I want to

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  • 3 Best place to go for Skiing in Japan

    3 Best place to go for Skiing in Japan

    There are over 500 ski resorts in Japan from the north of the country in Hokkaido right down to the southern island of Kyuushu. The most well-known and busiest resorts are Niseko in Hokkaido (popular with overseas tourists), Zao in Tohoku (famous for snow monsters), and the largest ski resort in Japan, Shiga-Kogen in Nagano

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  • Top 8 places to shop in Tokyo

    Top 8 places to shop in Tokyo

    Tokyo shopping has it all: high-end and offbeat fashion, traditional crafts, vintage wares, all manner of only-in-Japan souvenirs, and that gadget you didn’t know existed but now desperately want. Whether you prefer department-store browsing or rummaging for secondhand treasures, there’s a Tokyo neighbourhood to meet your shopping needs. 1. Ginza Ginza is the affluent shopping district

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  • Secret Beaches of Okinawa and other Southwest Islands

    Secret Beaches of Okinawa and other Southwest Islands

    Okinawa and the Southwest Islands comprise one of Japan’s pretty little secrets – a side of Japan that differs from the mainland in culture and pace. They take a little more time and effort to access, but the rewards for getting there are gorgeous semi-tropical, white-sand beaches and clear turquoise water; often on tiny, rural

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  • 10 Things To Try In Japan

    10 Things To Try In Japan

    People visit Japan for many reasons including adventure, cultural experience, visiting friends, business, shopping, hobbies, nightlife, intellectual curiosity, entertainment and enlightenment. Whatever your mission, the following activities may play a part. They represent Japan’s many possibilities. 1. Temples & Shrines Japan has around 85,000 temples and 95,000 shrines. Many are wonders of architecture, nature and

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  • 10 Japanese Street Food you must try

    10 Japanese Street Food you must try

    Each year Japan holds more than 100,000 festivals and events. One of the charming features of Japanese events is the traditional street food vendors that appear in great numbers offering both sweets and savory snacks. Most street food vendors, known as yatai in Japanese, follow an event circuit around Japan. While yatai can be found

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  • 8 Best Places to See Mount  Fuji

    8 Best Places to See Mount Fuji

    Mount Fuji is one of the World’s best known mountains — right up there with Everest and the Matterhorn. You can’t go to Japan without seeing it. It’s possible to climb Mount Fuji. However, when you’re on the mountain you can’t see it. From the climb Fuji-san looks like this. Lake Kawaguchiko Lake Kawaguchiko was

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  • Tokyo’s 9 Best Spring Festivals

    Tokyo’s 9 Best Spring Festivals

    Spring is a magical time in Tokyo. The sakura bloom in late march and everyone wants to be outside enjoying the good weather. These are the best festivals Tokyo’s Spring has to offer. 1. Sanja Matsuri Sanja Matsuri (third Saturday in May) is Tokyo’s biggest and wildest festival. The yakuza plays a prominent role in

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  • 5 Top Japan Amusement Park & Theme Parks

    5 Top Japan Amusement Park & Theme Parks

    Visit Japan there are a few theme parks that you should go, few of the theme park is rate as the best Asia theme parks. Tokyo Disneyland Tokyo Disneyland is the most popular amusement park in Japan, it’s a place where you can enjoy rides and seasonal parade events. Tokyo Disneyland is made up of

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