Okinawa per week!
For those who love Okinawa and plans to purchase a tour to Japan with a visit to the southernmost part of it, we decided to create a small guide plan,…

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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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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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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

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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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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WINTER IN JAPAN: FIVE BEST VISITS
Thinking of visiting Japan in the winter? Not yet? And if we say that a trip to Japan from December to February looks more like a vacation in a fairy…

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WINTER IN JAPAN: FIVE BEST VISITS
Thinking of visiting Japan in the winter? Not yet? And if we say that a trip to Japan from December to February looks more like a vacation in a fairy…

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