Shopping around Osaka Station can be a puzzling experience. ou will be surrounded by enormous department stores and shopping complexes… so where to go? Here are 7 of the best shopping spots where you will surely find what you are looking for.
Internet cafes are now found in cities the world over. This is true of Japan too. At their most basic, these businesses offer computers with high-speed Internet access. In recent years, however, the services on offer have increased to the point that it’s almost a waste not to take advantage. If you’re traveling on a budget, you’ll definitely want to look into these facilities and see how they can benefit you!
Breakfast is a necessity when you are traveling! This time, to start your day off right, we are introducing hotels in Hakata, Fukuoka that are quite popular for their breakfasts. Please check out the hotels that serve delicious breakfasts using local ingredients and offering specialty dishes from the region!
When the majestic nature teams up with the extreme weather of Hokkaido, pure magic can often happen. It is especially true during the winter, with its snow, frost and ice. Here is a list of some of the extraordinary phenomena that can be witnessed in the winter wonderland of Hokkaido.
If your hotel doesn’t serve breakfasts, look at it as an opportunity to sample some whole new ways to kick-start the day like the locals do. Shinjuku in the morning is bustling with the commuters, but there is no shortage of delicious joints where you can sit back and enjoy a great breakfast in every style imaginable.
Shinjuku is one of the gourmet headquarters of Tokyo. So you can expect awesome bakeries to be found in this neighborhood. And here are our picks of the best 8! From old favorites to innovative creations, each joint has its flavor of its own!! Let the enticing aroma of fresh baked breads guide you to the one you like the best!
In Japan there are structures all over the country that have survived for 1000 years. Regardless of the building, they are all overflowing with historical atmosphere and gives us something that is clearly different to the buildings that we see everyday. Here are 8 must-see buildings in Japan with 1000 years of history.
History of “Shukubo”began back in the Heian period, when temples started hosting monks and pilgrims . Now the house rules are not as strict as they once were, and many are equipped with various amenities for casual guests. Anyone can take advantage of a shukubo experience, but please do keep in mind that you are staying in a sacred, religious establishment!
If we talk about Japanese dishes, one of them is definitely tempura. We will introduce to you delicious tempura restaurants in Ginza, a high-class area with luxurious restaurants. Some are even reasonably priced!
Stews or soups are amazing especially on a cold night and each country has their own type of yummy stew but there is nothing like Japanese Oden that is cooked in a rich flavorful broth and foreign visitors that come to Japan can vouch for it. Hence, in this article, we will be introducing the 10 most popular oden shops here in Tokyo.
Sapporo, the 5th biggest city in Japan, is not only overflowing with nature but is also a harmonious city due to its orderly neighborhood divisions. Here are some ways to enjoy Sapporo and neighboring towns without breaking your budget.
There are so-called secluded railway stations in non-residential, rural areas and places almost forgotten throughout Japan. Such stations are gaining popularity among the enthusiasts . Here we selected 12 popular Hikyō stations which might be worth paying visits.