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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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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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10 Cafes With Free Wi-Fi Within 5 Minutes of Shinjuku Station

There are a lot of cafes around Shinjuku station. Whether it’s for your break, meeting, work, or reading books, what’s useful about cafes is that you can go and spend a time whenever you want. There are a lot of them that offer free wi-fi as well, so you can search for your destination or make a reservation, etc. on your laptop or phone. If you are looking for a cafe with free wi-fi, this is the article for you.
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10 Hanami Spots in Kamakura: You can enjoy the elegance of this ancient city just 1 hour from Tokyo!

Kamakura city in Kanagawa prefecture which is just an hour from Tokyo by train, faces the city and has a calm atmosphere. It has many temples and is popular as a place where you can casually enjoy a historical, Kyoto-esque environment. If you visit during sakura season, you can savor an even more Japanese atmosphere. Here are 10 recommended temple-centric sakura viewing spots in Kamakura.
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Japanese Springtime is All About This Flower! 10 Recommended Spots for Enjoying the Sakura in Tokyo

If we’re talking about a Japanese flower, then it’s definitely sakura (cherry blossoms). It’s been loved by Japanese people since olden times as a flower that heralds in the warm springtime and the culture of “ohanami (flower viewing)”, where you watch the sakura while drinking and having fun, was born. There are many spots in Tokyo where the sakura are beautiful! Among those, here are 10 particularly recommended spots.
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You won’t get lost with this! A Complete Guide to Shinjuku Station in Tokyo, the World’s Busiest Station

Shinjuku Station, the world’s busiest station, is so confusing that even Japanese people get lost. However, this guide is written complete with photos for foreign travelers so that they can navigate Shinjuku Station without getting lost. Please read this if you have plans to come to Shinjuku, or even just to Tokyo, because it might come in handy!
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Look Here for Capsule Hotels in Shibuya! 6 Recommended Selections!

Shibuya, Tokyo is the birthplace of many of Japan’s trends. Of course there are many people who visit for sightseeing, business and a myriad of other reasons. This time we’re introducing some capsule hotels in the Shibuya area and surrounding locations! There is a full selection from the standard to the premium! Please consult this list if you’re planning to stay in the Shibuya area.
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Tokyo’s base taxi fare went down a lot! A Complete Guide to Using Tokyo’s Taxis for A Bargain

Taxis are convenient when you’re sightseeing if you have lots of luggage or if you’re in a rush. Japanese taxis have always been called expensive, and thanks to those opinions, Tokyo taxis have lowered their base fare! Is it really a bargain compared to the old fare? Is it actually more expensive? Check this article out to get a detailed explanation of the fare changes and learn how to use taxis effectively and efficiently for better priced travel.
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13 Great Value for Money Business Hotels in Ginza

Ginza is well known for its high-class image, but you’ll be surprised to know that there are a lot of reasonably priced hotels in the surrounding area. The great train access makes it an ideal location to stay wherever you are planning to visit. If you’re looking to have fun in Ginza and do some sightseeing, here are 13 inexpensive and convenient business hotels you might want to try out.
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