PLANNING CHILDREN'S REST IN TOKYO
Airlines LAX, JAL, United, All Nippon, American and Singapore offer non-stop flights to Narita International Aiport to Tokyo’s Narita International Airport. Airlines United, Hawaiian, Asiana, Delta, American, EVA and Cathay…

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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…

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PARK WENO - PEARL TOKYO
Ueno Park is a large public park near Ueno Station in downtown Tokyo. The land on which the park was spread was originally part of the Kanyi-ji Temple, which used…

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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). They tapped the rhythm in the heads of many people as they walked along the station and hurried off somewhere. Nikko is Japan. So what does this mean? Continue reading

ONSEN: FEATURES OF TRADITIONAL JAPANESE BATTLES

For many who come to Japan, both for Europeans and for the inhabitants of Asia, onsen is an unfamiliar territory, and people prefer to bypass it. The combination of local etiquette, the fact that complete nudity is meant (sometimes even in the presence of people of the opposite sex), as well as a much higher temperature of the water than happens mainly in the hydromassage baths we are used to – forcing travelers visiting Japan for the first time ignore onsenes, avoiding such experiences. Continue reading

SUMMER IN JAPAN

The present summer in Japan begins in July and lasts through August. This article contains useful information about the weather and tourist activities for those who are planning a summer trip to Japan.

Summer in Japan is inseparably connected with certain images arising in the imagination: white clouds floating across the blue sky, chirping cicadas, people in a yukata fanning themselves, and fireworks. Continue reading

GUIDE TO AUTUMN JAPAN
In the fall, the Japanese love to admire the leaf fall. Some prefer to do this far from civilization, others just walk in the park or garden. For those who…

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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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TOKYO REVIEW AREAS
Since 1950, skyscrapers and high-rise buildings began to grow throughout Tokyo. And, of course, the designers have not forgotten the incredible panoramic views that open from the upper floors of…

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ADVICE ON BUDGETARY TRAVEL TO JAPAN WITH CHILDREN
This year, in September, we decided to organize children's holidays in Japan and spent holidays in this country with five of our children. We spent three days in Osaka and…

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