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60Risu RisuLV.20 75 6
The Nezu Shrine (根津神社, nezu-jinja) is a Shintō shrine located in Bunkyō, Tokyō. You can easily walk from Ueno Park (about 2 kilometers) or just take the metro to Nezu Station (C14, Chiyoda-Line). It is one of oldest shrines in Japan. It is famous for its Azalea Festival (つつじまつり, tsutsuji matsuri)...more...
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60Kurt LowLV.48 557 19
Not all of us can afford to dine at fancy places like Sukiyabashi Jiro every time we have a craving for sushi (and it’s overrated anyway), but life’s too short to be eating that bland, budget stuff at a kaiten sushi place either, so your best option is usually a mid-range restaurant that serves ...more...
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60Hayden MurphyLV.43 272 8
If there was any doubt that Japanese pop culture has hit the international mainstream, it disappeared the moment the Japanese Prime Minister popped out of a green Super Mario pipe at the end of the 2016 Summer Olympics to hype the crowd up for the 2020 games in Tokyo. Japanese cartoons, or 'anim...more...
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60Hayden MurphyLV.43 131 5
Bibliophile- noun, 'a person who collects or has a great love of books'. As a country with a long publishing history, Japan can be a book lover's dream- if you can read Japanese. Finding English-language books can be much more difficult. I suppose I shouldn't be too surprised, I didn't exactly s...more...
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60Hayden MurphyLV.43 289 11
Are you an expat tired of missing all the major films you hear everyone talking about back home? Are you a tourist wanting to catch the next big anime movie without waiting several months or years for it to finally release in your home country? Then go see it here in Japan, it's easier than you ...more...
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60Chris OkanoLV.49 8386 68
If it is your first time planning a trip to Japan, you may feel confused about where you should go and what you should do. I think it is important to note that Japan varies widely between prefectures and even cities making it such a unique country. With this guide, I hope to give people of variou...more...
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60Kurt LowLV.48 1455 21
You’ve finally made the trip to Japan! You’ve seen the sights, enjoyed the sounds, and ate all the delicious food along the way. But time flies like a stick of butter off a Japanese supermarket shelf when you’re having fun, and before you know it, it’s time to go home. I know, leaving is hard, an...more...
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60Odigo TravelLV.64 1844 23
Tokyo, one of the best cities for food in Japan.  In Tokyo, you’ll be able to experience gourmet foods from every prefecture in Japan, world-class sashimi, yakiniku...etc, and is also home to the most Michelin restaurants in Japan.  With all the different choices you’re offered here, tourists are...more...
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60Kurt LowLV.48 281 11
There are quite a few theme parks in Japan, the top ones in Tokyo being Disneyland and Disney Sea, but if you don’t have the time or want to try something different, we highly recommend Hanayashiki amusement park, smack in the middle of Asakusa. It’s Japan’s oldest theme park, first opening its d...more...
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The classic itinerary for a first trip to Tokyo usually takes around three to five days-- with three days allotted for sightseeing and shopping, and another one or two days for visiting Tokyo Disney Resort or surrounding areas such as Kamakura, Hakone Hot Springs, and Mount Fuji. #Day1#Today’s su...more...