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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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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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…

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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

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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GUIDE TO AUTUMN JAPAN
In the fall, the Japanese love to admire the leaf fall. Some prefer to do this far from civilization, others just walk in the park or garden. For those who…

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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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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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