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A marvelous melange of museums, gardens and cascading waterfalls, set against an expansive Pacific coastline and enveloped my magnificent mountains. Ibaraki’s old and new will suit one and all. Check out some of what this beautiful prefecture has to offer.View Prefecture »
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More commonly referred to as 'Shimokita', Shimokitazawa is a bohemian neighborhood that has grown in notoriety in recent years. A haven for vintage clothing shops, great curry and live music, check out some of the sights and attractions it has to offer here!View Neighborhood »
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Khaosan Tokyo Samurai
This is a hostel located within a 10 minute walk from Asakusa station(Metro Ginza line) and a 12 minute walk from Asakusa station(Toei Asakusa line), and within walking distance from the Tokyo sky Tree.
Sarutahiko Coffee (Omotesando)
With their specially sourced beans that are locally roasted in Tokyo, this chain of coffee shops has become a local favorite. Sarutahiko offers various kinds of coffee drinks both hot and cold.
Located about 5 minutes north-east of Takenotsuka Station, this temple was constructed in 1614. It is famous for housing the grave of Ando Hiroshige, a Japanese ukiyo-e artist best known for his depictions of birds and flowers as well as landscapes, such as th
This restaurant and wine bar offers Portuguese food in the form of small plates called pesticos. Wine is carefully selected and comes from all over the world. Reservations are recommended.
The Weller's Club
The array of musical events that go on each month are not limited solely to Paul Weller’s music however, and include soul, jazz, roots rock, rock and more.
Why Oita Should Be On Your Next Itinerary To Japan
Tucked away on the eastern coast of Kyushu island, Oita Prefecture has many attractions suitable for all types of tourists. While the average visitor may only visit this area for their amazing onsen (hot spring) culture, there is a lot more to this prefectur