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Answered 12 days ago

Which Tonkatsu restaurant in Tokyo is your favorite?

Ako Ako, Living in Japan

My favorite Tonkatsu restaurant is Maisen. (http://mai-sen.com/) This Tonkatsu is so soft that it can be cut with chopsticks. Sources for Tonkatsu are also delicious. You can choose the kinds of pork. Hope you will like it.

Answered 26 days ago

Staying in a ryokan in Nara Park

Ako Ako, Living in Japan

I could have a wonderful time at Edosan, so I would like to recommend this Ryokan. (http://www.edosan.jp/e/)  You can stay in a pleasant old building and eat great Japanese food there. You also can see deers when you open the window at room. 

Answered 27 days ago

Tea Ceremony in Tokyo?

Ako Ako, Living in Japan

You can have a good time at Chazen in Ginza, Tokyo. (http://www.chazen-us.com/)  I also want to recommend Asakusa Jidaiya. (http://www.jidaiya.biz/taikenmono.html)  Both you can attend tea ceremony but you need to make a reservation before. People at Chazen can speak English, so it is easy to com...

Answered 29 days ago

Which are the best Animal Cafes in Tokyo please?

Ako Ako, Living in Japan

I had a great time at the cat cafe"MOCHA" in Harajyuku. (http://catmocha.jp/) Cats are very cute and friendly. This cafe is clean and cool design, so I could take good photos with cats. There are 7 shops of MOCHA in Tokyo. All shops are located in the famous area like Shibuya, Shinjuku, Akihabara...

Answered about 1 month ago

best places to visit

Ako Ako, Living in Japan

I would like to recommend visiting Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto. (http://inari.jp/en/) 1,000 torii is very famous and you will be able to feel you are in mysterious world. If you like Japanese traditional sweets (Wagashi), you can try to eat daifuku at Inari Futaba.

Answered about 1 month ago

What should we do in Tokyo at year end?

Ako Ako, Living in Japan

If you are interested in Japanese culture such as traditional buildings, I would like to recommend visiting Senso-ji where is in Asakusa. (http://www.senso-ji.jp/) There are many kinds of shops including food stalls, so you can try to eat traditional local snacks and buy some souvenirs.