Monthly Archives: April 2012

Ameya Yokocho

One of the shopping district of Tokyo called AMEYA YOKOCHO a.k.a AMEYOKO is unique. There are a lot of souvenir shops, grocery stores, novelty stores, even fish market along side of 400m long narrow street. Products are selling very reasonable … Continue reading

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Shinjuku Town has multiple faces

Shinjuku is a major commercial and administrative center in Tokyo Metropolitan area also geographically located in central Tokyo. Residents and visitors are going and coming through Shinjuku Station world’s busiest station nearly 4 million passengers a day. Shinjuku has many … Continue reading

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Golden Week?

Maybe you should avoid traveling Japan during it’s called Golden Week. It is usually between April 29th to May 5th combine Saturdays and Sundays it’s possibly going to be 10 days or longer. Most popular destination hotels are fully booked … Continue reading

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Narita International Airport

Most travelers fly into Narita International Airport. Looking for Internet Access point? There are some free access points. Broadband CAFE at Terminal 2 is very nice. Please visit Airport Site here http://www.narita-airport.jp/en/guide/service/list/svc_33.html/

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Cherry Blossom and Creek

Japan is a small country consists of thousands of islands. Nearly 70% of the land is forest a lot of hills and mountain make many rivers and creeks as well. You can see those when you travel in the nation. … Continue reading

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Izakaya Culture

Izakaya is so to speak Japanese style combination of pub and restaurant you can drink eat at the same time at same place. Many people go there for social or just having fun with friends or co-workers after work on … Continue reading

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How to Travel Economically in Japan

Japan Rail Pass is a big helper for you. It’s only be sold outside of Japan you can purchase exchange voucher from travel agency or Japanese carriers such as Japan Airlines or All Nippon Airways. After entering into Japan you … Continue reading

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Matsushima Three Views of Japan

Matsushima is that of the 260 small islands of Matsushima Bay and the district of landscaping around the hills surrounding the Bay. Its’ counted one of Three Views of Japan. It takes only 30 minutes by train from prefecture capital … Continue reading

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Amanohashidate Three of Views of Japan

Amanohashidate is one of Three of Views of Japan located in northern Kyoto prefecture. The sandbar is about 2 miles long and covered with 7, 000 pine trees.

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Itsukushima Three Views of Japan

In 40 minutes drive away to west from Hiroshima city you can reach to Itsukushima shrine in Miyajima. Itsukushima is famous for the Itsukushima Shrine a UNESCO world heritage site. The big red Torii, a traditional Japanese gate often to … Continue reading

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