KHANAMI - IMPORTANT JAPANESE TRADITION
If you have ever been to Japan in the spring, we can say with complete confidence: most likely, you went to enjoy the stunning spectacle of the blossoming sakura. The…

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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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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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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

TOP-4 PLACES WHERE TO GO IN THE WINTER
Four places in Japan that will remind you of winter wonderland! OTARU New Year's holiday in Japan can be truly fabulous if you decide to visit the picturesque port city…

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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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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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THESE COMPLEX-COMPLEX STICKS
The Japanese love the rules of etiquette. And the rules of lunch etiquette especially. It would seem that coping with chopsticks is not at all difficult. And Japanese restaurants are…

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