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A Guide to Tokyo’s Climate Throughout the Year

The first thing you need to pay attention to is the weather when you go sightseeing in Japan’s capital city of Tokyo. Won’t it disappoint you if there’s a harsher winter than you expected and traveling around the city is more difficult? We can’t tell you exactly what to do, because we are dealing with nature, but it will be helpful to know all the climatic changes in Tokyo for the entire year.
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Things You Should Know to Enjoy Sightseeing in Yokohama! An Annual Climate Guide

Yokohama is a port city on the east side of Kanagawa. With connections to Machiya in Tokyo, it’s an easy to access place via trains. It has a high concentration of tourist attractions like Marine Tower, Bay Bridge, the Red Brick Warehouses, Yokohama Chinatown, and so on, making it an enjoyable city to walk through. Prepare for the weather and climate during the year and have fun thoroughly sightseeing around Yokohama!
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Craving a Salad? Try These 7 Great Salad Places in Tokyo

When you are visiting Japan, you cannot help but go for local famous foods such as sushi, tempura, sukiyaki, etc. But eating these foods every day is not going to make your diet healthy and may cause health problems. Besides, don’t you sometime want to have a big salad? Here are 7 restaurants in Tokyo where you can have healthy and nutritious salads.
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The 5 Coolest Beauty Services You Can Get in Tokyo

As one of the most fashion-forward cities in the world, Tokyo offers an abundance of fashion and beauty options, from the super kawaii to the glamorously sexy. With an attention to detail that is nearly obsessive and highly trained staff that are constantly perfecting their skills, it is no surprise that Japanese beauty salons are internationally recognized as first-rate. From cutting-edge coloring technology designed specifically for Asian hair to the most intricate nail art, a visit to Tokyo wouldn’t be complete without at least one beauty stop.
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10 Select Antique and Flea Markets To Visit in the Greater Tokyo Area in 2017

Hasn’t everyone been fascinated by antiques at least once in their life because they have their own unique appeal compared to brand new products? However, in the case of certain antiques they can be prohibitively expensive. But you do not have to worry about that at these antique and flea markets. You might even be able to come across an unbelievably inexpensive find. Here are some antique and flea markets held in the greater Tokyo area hopefully even to people who have never tried shopping at one of these markets.
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A Must Read For Those Who Want Lodging For Less Money! 12 Budget-Friendly Hotel Selections in Shibuya

Shibuya is the trendiest district for fashion, music and stylish shops, therefore, it is a popular sightseeing area and hotels normally charge a premium for their rooms. However, if you try to look, you can find many hotels offering a great deal. Here are some reasonable and comfortable hotels in the greater Shibuya area.
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The Best Value! 15 Recommended Business Hotels in the Shinagawa Area

The Shinagawa is convenient for travel via shinkansen, going to places like Yokohama and of course, sightseeing in the outskirts of Tokyo. It’s also great because it’s close to Haneda Airport. Not only is Shinagawa convenient for transportation, there are places where you can experience the shitamachi (working class) atmosphere and there are lots of sightseeing spots. Here are 15 cheap and convenient business hotels in the Shinagawa area!
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