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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HOW TO STAY IN SAFETY IN THE TOKY AREA OF RED LANTERNS SHINJUKU KABUKITЁ
When someone mentions Japan, what do you initially think about? The reaction of most people seems to fall into four categories when they hear about this country. The first category…

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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…

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FIRST ELITE CAMPING COMPLEX IN JAPAN

Glemping (glamorous camping) is a fairly new concept for Japan. When it comes to camping, the Japanese say it’s a good thing, but when it comes to living there, they love comfort too. Hoshino Resorts has a reputation as a provider of first-class real estate, paying close attention to details and service. The group is one of the leaders of the segment, creating the first elite camping complex that Japan can be proud of, it is worth spending a vacation in the autumn in this place. 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…

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BEACHES BEACHES - TROPICAL PARADISE!
The most beautiful and best beaches in Japan are undoubtedly located on the tropical islands of Okinawa, the country's most southern prefecture. But for some reason, speaking of Japan, many…

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FAMILY PAINTING PLACE IN KUROBE GORGE
Kurobe Gorge can be viewed during a two or day trip from Tokyo or Osaka. The gorge is a secluded scenic spot. Tourists will be able to admire the autumn…

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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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