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Answered 7 days ago

where can i buy anime related stuff

leo leo, Living in Japan

It depends on what kind of genre you're looking for. It's anime for boys, you should go to Akihabara. For girls, Ikebukuro would be better. In any case, the shop called Animate has plenty of lineups. Besides Akihabara and Ikebukuro, the shops are also in Shinjuku and Shibuya.

Answered 8 days ago

Best maid cafe in Akihabara?

leo leo, Living in Japan

Pinafoa(http://pinafore.jp) is also famous as it was appeared in the movie ”Densya Otoko” . It's also an old shop which is 10years old. The budget is 2000yen to stay 1 hour.

Answered 9 days ago

which are the best bakeries in Tokyo?

leo leo, Living in Japan

My German friend who is food photographer andrecommended "Ecole Levain D'antan" near Roppongi (http://ecole.landemaine.me/about/company#com04). He said the restaurant in Paris offer their bread. In case, you're not stick to Japanese one.

Answered 21 days ago

What is the best place for Japanese culture?

leo leo, Living in Japan

It depends on what kind of Japanese culture you'd like to experience.  Asakusa would be great if you'd like to know good old Japanese culture. Kabuki Cho or Golden Gai in Shinjuku would be also interesting if you like drinking around and downtown. In case you're interested in Otaku culture, you s...

Answered 23 days ago

Where is the best inexpensive yakinuku dinner in Ginza that allows kids?

leo leo, Living in Japan

I think the average budget will be 10000yen per person if you enjoy Yakiniku dinner in Ginza. Here are some Yakiniku restaurant for which the budget will be lower as 5000yen per person. Pyon Pyon Sya http://www.pyonpyonsya.co.jp/Kollabo http://kollabo.co.jp/Maruushi Meat https://tabelog.com/tokyo...

Answered 27 days ago

Why Japanese kids and even babies don't cry?????

leo leo, Living in Japan

I don' t know why you get this kind of impression. I think Japanese kids and babies also cry... But its's true that Japanese mothers are sensitive about making noise in public space, so they are tend to stop crying their child sooner in public space such as in train or bus.

Answered 28 days ago

best shopping area for vintage goods

leo leo, Living in Japan

It depends on what you mean by ”vintage goods”. If you look for vintage outfits, you should go to Harajuku area. There is vintage book shop street in Kanda and Ochanomizu area. In Hongo area there's antique art museam such as calligraphy.http://www.hongou.jp/e/

Answered about 1 month ago

where do i get japanese green tea

leo leo, Living in Japan

If you would like to taste "Macha" and experience "Sado (the way of tea)", I recommend Jidaiya in Asakusa (http://www.jidaiya.biz/index-e.html). They provide Sado experience with the reservation in advance. You don't have to prepare any materials or equipment. According to the website, they will ...

Answered about 1 month ago

kaiseki cuisine and insolite

leo leo, Living in Japan

I recommend Tofu-ya Ukai to enjoy Kaiseki cuisine in Tokyo. As in their name, the restaurant is famous for tofu but they also serve beautiful and tasty Japanese course. The restaurant is ander the Tokyo tower and the place is isolated from busy area, so you can enjoy silent atmosphere.http://www....

Answered about 1 month ago

Does Japan accept Au pairs?

leo leo, Living in Japan

Au pair system is still new in Japan and it's not popular very much, but there seems to be some familes who accept au pair. I found an organization helping au pair in Japan. The web is English http://www.worldaupairinjapan.net/naviin/aupairinjp.html

Answered about 1 month ago

What is the best district to stay in Tokyo?

leo leo, Living in Japan

I think Shinjuku is the best place to stay in Tokyo because the Shinjuku station is the central for wherever you want to go. There also many restaurants and covenience stores so you will never be inconvenience. The hotels are rather expensive in that area but there're reasonable ones if you resarch.

Answered about 1 month ago

Where is the best place for street foods?

leo leo, Living in Japan

I reccomend "Yanaka Ginza Shotengai" which you can walk from JR Nippori station. You can enjoy Croquette,  Ikayaki (grilled aquid), Yakitori and so on. Each food can be taken out so you can enjoy walking the retro street eating those street foods.

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