Remember Neo waking up and saying, “I know kung-fu”? With these tips from experienced Odigoers, you’ll arrive in Japan knowing how to navigate the sprawling train system, what cultural faux pas to avoid and more. Explore Japan like a seasoned pro, even if it’s your first time! And once you’ve learned a few neat tricks of your own, write an article and share it forward.
A Must-Buy-Item to travel in Osaka! [Osaka Amazing Pass]
Travelling in Osaka may not be as expensive as you think! Osaka is a unique Prefecture in Japan which consists of various elements such as heritage, fashion, entertainment, natural scenery and nice food. -- Photo by Rimo Lim Here goes the must-buy-item to beco
Quick Tip: Bring Comfy Shoes! And extra socks?
Don't let pain get in the way of ExploringIn the heart of RoppongiAs with all traveling, exploring by foot is the best way to experience the true aspect of a foreign country. Japan is no exception to this. However, it’s important that you choose the right foot
Help with getting from Point A to B with Hyperdia
When I first moved to Japan, exploring as much as possible was priority number one on my agenda. I have to say though, even though I'd traveled fairly extensively before we moved here, I was a little intimidated by Japan's public transport initially. There are
6 Things You Don't Need to Bring When You Travel to Japan
On Odigo, you will find lots of advice on what to bring when you travel to Japan. But I think it's equally helpful to have a list of things you do not need to bring when you travel to Japan. Such a list can help you eliminate things you probably will end up
Travel Tips: Pack Light for Japan! Bring more souvenirs back home
Take more back Home!Nihon Bound!When traveling to Japan, or basically any country in general, you go there for the sights, food, people, and of course, souvenirs. Japan has lots of unique gifts and items that are only available in the country. You can buy many
What to Bring Before Traveling to Japan
When traveling to Japan your first thoughts are obviously what to bring. You might wonder how Japanese products might differ from American products, and if you can spare not bringing some things if you can buy it at a Japanese connivence store. I personally ha
When Nature Calls in Japan: Tips for First Time Travelers
IMG_6708.JPG 839.26 KBI have been able to cover some fun and exciting things on Odigo, and while describing delicious foods and places of historical and cultural significance is a great pleasure of mine, one of my aims is to ensure that every one of you reade
Transportation in Japan | What's the best way to get around?
There are a lot of methods of transportation in Japan and they all have their pros and cons. Factors such as how long you’ll be traveling, where you’ll be going, and what your comfort levels are all add into figuring out what way to travel will be most efficie