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Best known for its sand dunes (Tottori Sakyu) and Sand Sculpture Museum. After climbing dunes and mountains, be sure to try the local specialty Matsubagani cuisine. Matsubagani is a long legged snow crab, delicious in all the many ways it is prepared, but especially as Kanijuu (snow crab soup).View Prefecture »
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In the Heian era, it was the home of aristocratic decadence. Now, when standing on the Togetsukyo Bridge, you can hear the murmuring flow of Guichuan. Stop and imagine the boats of past aristocrats rippling in the Weir River, appreciate the beauty of changing scenery throughout the year, and step back a millennium.View Neighborhood »
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Nagi (Golden-Gai Shinjuku)
The Shinjuku Golden Gai branch of the Nagi ramen chain was re-opened in 2008, back to its birthplace in the old-school bar district. Open 24 hours a day, this restaurant specialises in a rich flavoured niboshi ramen.
Kitayamazaki is part of the 200 km long Sanriku Fukko National Park as well as the 700 km long Michinoku Shiokaze Trail and a popular scenic spot on the Iwate coastline.
Ariake Sports Center
Ariake Sports Center is a sports complex containing an indoor pool, gym, volleyball and basketball courts.
Naqua Shirakami Ski Resort Aomori Spring
Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Shirakami, Naqua Shirakami Ski Resort offers an array of activities including snow hiking, and features a pipe for snowboarders.
Tokyo Summerland Water Adventure
At Tokyo Summerland you can experience the warmth of summer regardless of the season. They have indoor swimming pool as well as outdoor attractions that include a 40-meter free fall, an adventure course and many attractions and rides.
This Japanese restaurant specializes in unagi (Japanese eel), a traditional dish. Kawatoyo has been in operation since 1917, serving a variety of different eel dishes. In Japan, eel is said to be packed with vitamins and nutrients that provide stamina and help
Step back into the 80s with this unique little shop selling all things BMX related including patches, stickers, clothes and the bikes themselves! Located a short walk from Nakameguro station, be sure to swing by for a hefty dose of nostalgia on your next trip
New New York Club
A brilliant little restaurant that will make you feel like you're in Brooklyn. From the American products dotted around the interior, to the music played, to the menu, we don't know anywhere that in Tokyo that provides as much of an authentic New York experien
Streamer Coffee Nakameguro
Amazing original coffees and a large open space with ample power outlets and fast internet make Streamer Coffee Naka Meguro the perfect cafe to catch up on your emails on a lazy afternoon. Be sure to try the Revolver Latte and ask one of the friendly staff mem
Tokamachi City Museum
Highly recommended to visit before touring around Tokamachi City. At this museum, visitors can experience a tour with an expert on the area. It may take around 45 min to fully digest all of the information here at this museum. Visitors can learn about the hist
Hoshitoge Rice Terraces
Niigata Prefecture is well known as one of the most famous prefectures for rice. The #1 branded rice, Koshihikari has for awhile now been ranked very highly within Japan. If you visit Niigata Prefecture not only should you be eating tons of rice but we also re
As Tokamachi is one of the most famous cities for kimonos, we believe this is a must on any Tokamachi itinerary. Here visitors can learn how to put on kimonos from professionals in the industry. There are also many used kimonos for sale. This shop is located a
This unique forest labeled as “bijinbayashi” literally means in English “beautiful lady forest. For the past 90 years these tall and slender trees have been growing in almost perfect unison as they were all planted around the same time. The reason the forest g
Top 5 Things To Do In Tokamachi: Japan’s Hidden Kimono City in Niigata Prefecture
When the word “kimono” comes up in conversation, many will immediately think of Japan and more specifically, Kyoto. And if that person knows alot about Japan, they may even know about Kanazawa as a huge kimono city. But very few people know that To
Confectionery, Fuji Cycling and a Digital Assistant Wife : This Week in Japan
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Sailor Moon Themed Yukatas: This Week in Japan
Sailor Moon Themed Yukatas In the name of the moon, I’ll punish you… for looking devilishly stunning in these Sailor Moon themed Yukatas! Kimono-maker Kyoto Marubeni is coming in to save us from the heat this summer by releasing the most beautiful Sailor
Beach in Fukushima Reopens After 8 Years: This Week in Japan
Fukushima beach reopens after 8 years After the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami that hit north-eastern Japan, Haragamaobama beach in the Fukushima Prefecture has finally reopened to the public. Like Haragamaobama, several other beaches were ravaged by
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 prefecture