How to Celebrate Children’s Day in Japan?

On May 5th, it's Children's Day in Japan. Unlike the Children's Day in the world, it is deeply connected to Shinto and traditional custom wishing for a good health and happiness for children. In this article, we introduce how to celebrate Children's Day in Japan!
Itinerary in Japan

Perfect 10 Day Itinerary For Your Kyushu Trip

Follow this ready-to-use itinerary that will bring you to all the highlights of Kyushu!
Places to visit in Japan

10 Off the Beaten Path Places in Japan

For your next travel, let's avoid the crowd and head to the beautiful off the beaten path places around Japan!

Popular Games From Japan

Did you know some of the world's most played video game come from Japan? In this blog we'll introduce some of the traditional games as well as video games that are popular in Japan.
Places to visit in Japan

Canada, Germany and Netherlands? 11 Unique Theme Parks to Travel Around the World in Japan

Canada, Germany and Netherlands? There are unique theme parks which recreated the townscape of other countries in Japan.
Travel tips

Useful Japanese Expressions When Traveling in Japan

Konnichiwa! Here are some basic sentences for you to remember when traveling in Japan and when to use them best.

Koenji Awa Odori Festival And Related Events

Koenji Awa Odori Festival is a popular 2-day festival taking place in August. In this article we'll explain the history of the event and explain how you can learn the Awa Odori yourself!
Travel tips

Safety in Japan and What to Do In Case of Emergency

Many travelers, especially those taking an overseas trip for the first time, are understandably apprehensive about safe...

History of Japan: Heian Period (794-1185)

The Heian Period in Japan started in 794 and lasted for about 400 years. It is considered as a turning point in Japan for cultural and political aspects. Here we introduce the brief history of the Heian Period.
Food & Drinks in Kyoto

10 Must Visit Coffee Shops In Kyoto

Kyoto has a great mix of trendy coffee bars and traditional Japanese places. Here we have listed some of our favourite places you should visit!
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