5 AMAZING PLACES TOTAL IN 1 DAY WAYS FROM TOKYO
While traveling, we strive to visit as many places as possible in a short period of time. Most of those who come to Japan for the first time go to…

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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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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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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 crowded, which can affect the planned trip. This article will tell you about the Silver Week schedule, how to avoid the hype, as well as some of the places where tourists who bought an inexpensive autumn tour to Japan can enjoy their travels. 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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FAMILY HOLIDAYS IN JAPAN
Safe, clean and interesting Japan provides all the conditions for a great family vacation. Here, children of all ages can find entertainment for every taste: from futuristic museums, hypnotic gaming…

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JAPAN'S BEST SKI RESORTS
In Japan, there are hundreds of different ski resorts, providing a great opportunity to ride on the virgin snow. They mainly focus on Hokkaido and Honshu. Most of them are…

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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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