GUIDE TO AKIHABARA
Bright, noisy, mysterious and wonderful, there is no place in the world like the quarter of Akihabara. The birthplace of Otaku culture abounds in adventures, there are so many places…

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ON THE PECULIARITIES OF JAPANESE AUTOMATIC MACHINES WITH DRINKS
There are a lot of legends about Japanese vending machines. And indeed, you can buy almost everything. From batteries and tickets to apple slices and bread in cans. But today…

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KHANAMI - IMPORTANT JAPANESE TRADITION
If you have ever been to Japan in the spring, we can say with complete confidence: most likely, you went to enjoy the stunning spectacle of the blossoming sakura. The…

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SUMMER IN JAPAN – SEASON OF FIREWORKS!

If you decide to go to Japan and get a summer tour, you should certainly visit the firework festivals that are held throughout Japan throughout the summer season. In our article we will give you some tips and will introduce you to little tricks that will allow you to get maximum pleasure from ideas with minimal inconvenience to you. Continue reading

ART HAS TRANSFORMED A FAR JAPAN ISLAND

Art can enlighten, confer, challenge, provoke. Sometimes it can transform a whole community. A clear illustration of this statement is the 5.5 square-mile island of Naoshima, located in the Inland Sea of ​​Japan.

At one time, Mitsubishi’s metal recycling plant was the largest employer in Naosima. In fact, it is still the largest employer – just not as big as it once was. Continue reading

FOUR UNABLE, BUT IMPORTANT JAPANESE CUSTOMS

In this article we will tell you about four small customs that are very useful for tourists who know Japan to travel before starting a trip. The fact is that the number of foreign visitors in Japan is growing every year, and with it the likelihood of intercultural misunderstandings and misunderstandings in communication between tourists and the Japanese themselves increases. Continue reading

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SAKURA'S LOVE IN JAPAN
Before them freeze during picnics. They devote poems. They are considered a symbol of the transience of life. They sprinkle latte in Starbucks. Welcome to the modern pink world of…

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NIKKO IS JAPAN
Perhaps someone remembers an old Japanese Railway advertising poster. Unlike conventional advertising, the slogan here was much more powerful than an attractive picture. Three simple words: Nikko is Nippon (Japan).…

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WINTER IN KYOTO
Do not let the winter cold spoil your mood! It is in winter that walks around Kyoto are filled with special magic. In addition, if you come to the old…

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LITTLE GERMANY: OKTOBERFEST IN IOKOGAM
For Oktoberfest beer fans, this is a holiday not to be missed. If you are planning an autumn trip not to Germany, but to Japan, why not visit the brick…

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