FLOWERING OF SAKURA - THE MAGIC OF JAPAN SPRING
Spring in Japan can only mean one thing: sakura blossom. Located between long, brutal winter months and humid hot summer, spring is the most popular time of year for tourism…

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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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JAPANESE SNACKS WHICH CAN BE BRINGED HOME
Delicious "souvenirs" that can be brought from Japan. Tell a friend about Japan: Everyone loves snacks, and it is no secret that there is a huge variety of them when…

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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 these buildings. The structure of the part of these structures included observation platforms open to the public. Continue reading

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 to be one of the largest and richest temples in the city and in the Edo era was the family temple of the ruling clan Tokugawa. Kanai-ji was located northeast of the capital, and was built to protect the city from evil, like Enryaku-ji Temple in Kyoto. Continue reading

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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7 THINGS YOU CAN'T DO IN JAPAN
Before going to Japan, it would be useful to familiarize yourself with some cultural characteristics in order to avoid insulting the feelings of the Japanese. Manners and social rules are…

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW RUSSIAN TOURIST ABOUT ETIQUETTE IN JAPAN
Japan is not Europe. Even if you have gone far and wide across all European countries, it is likely that in the East you will encounter something that could not…

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WHAT IS THE "SILVER WEEK" IN JAPAN?
Silver Week is a series of consecutive holidays. It is introduced in the autumn depending on how the annual national holidays are arranged. During Silver Week, public transport is very…

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