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Real Life Places that Transpired in Tokyo Ghoul

Image Credit: VizMedia / ©石田スイ/集英社・東京喰種製作委員会 Tokyo Ghoul is a one-of-a-kind manga whose fast-paced story representing both physical and mental struggle took the world by storm. Many of the a...

Culture Kanto manga & anime

Visiting Real Life Places that Transpired in Tokyo Ghoul: Nerima City

Image Credit: NTT Docomo / ©石田スイ/集英社・東京喰種製作委員会 Anime Tourism, as people call it, is a fun activity that you can enjoy when in Japan! Continuing from our Tokyo Ghoul Real Life Places articl...

Culture Kanto manga & anime

Tanabata, A Legend of Star-Crossed Lovers and A Festival of Wishes

Tanabata in Japan is marked by huge colourful streamers hung from bamboo. Also known as the Star Festival, people make wishes by writing them on paper strips or folded talismans and hanging them on a ...

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Exploring Chiba Prefecture’s Finest Attractions

Chiba Prefecture, which is found on the right side of Tokyo, is home to many great attractions. The most famous is undoubtedly Tokyo DisneyLand and DisneySea. Narita Airport, the gateway for many inte...

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The Wonderful Sights of Nikko

Nikko in Tochigi Prefecture is a gift of nature with amazing autumn foliage, beautiful mountain & forest sceneries, and plenty of wildlife to spot. It is also one of the most religiously important...

Travel Kanto temples & shrines hot springs & public baths nature & outdoors

Finding Peace in Japanese Tea Ceremonies

Tea ceremonies where you can enjoy a bowl of matcha with fine traditional sweets is a must-not-miss experience when visiting Japan. Not just in Kyoto, you can enjoy the graceful ceremony even in Tokyo...

Culture Kanto food & drink

Introducing Tokyo’s Colourful Nightlife

A city that never sleeps, Tokyo’s nightlife is another dimension of itself. The usually polite and professional Japanese are relaxed and chatty, uncovering a whole new side to themselves. Enjoyi...

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Tradition and Culture in Asakusa District

Asakusa is the top area in central Tokyo for experiencing traditional Japanese culture. With old Edo vibes especially around Senso-Ji, the landmark of Asakusa, many visitors gather for an authentic cu...

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Slurping on Thick Japanese Noodles, Udon

Udon is a thick wheat flour noodle with a chewy texture. A versatile carb, it pairs well with a simple soup or even rich sauces, watery broth or thick creamy stock. It can be served hot or cold depend...

Culture Kanto Shikoku food & drink

Hakone, Charming Getaway from Tokyo

Hakone is one of the most popular side trip destinations from Tokyo. The No.1 thing to do in Hakone is enjoying its hot springs. Other things to enjoy include exploring the areas accessible by Hakone ...

Travel Kanto hot springs & public baths nature & outdoors contemporary art sports

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