You can exchange the currency at the banks, post offices, currency exchange booths in Japan. But most of the rates and commissions are almost the same. However, I think that Daikokuya (大黒屋) could be the best place to change the currency among them.http://shop.e-daikoku.com/info/spot/list?c_dcflg1...
I have used a travel agent. They can reserve any kind of restaurants! However, if you want to go to a famous restaurant, then you got to be in a hurry! The famous restaurants start accepting the reservation prior to 2-3 month!Good luck!
I already stated before, but how about ＠ほぉ～むカフェ (at home cafe http://www.cafe-athome.com/)?It is one of the longest-established maid cafes in Akihabara! It's not too much to say that they are the pioneer of the maid cafe who made commonly known to the public of Japan and the world!
Hi! Please refer https://hubjapan.io/questions/best-day-trips-from-tokyo.Depends on the season, you can find so many different options!
If you are going to visit Tokyo, then I would say "Matsuri" at the Tokyo Station. The Ekiben shop "Matsuri" has more than 200 kinds of Ekiben from all over Japan!
Basically, the Onsen is not that expensive, it's more like affordable. It depends on where you are going to visit, but how about trying to start off Oedo Onsen Monogatari (in Tokyo)? It's not an authentic type of Onsen, but it's more like amusement type, however, the good point is that you can tr...
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That's a pretty tough question! Because of all the restaurants at Tsukiji meet your expectation.Though my experience, even the street food at Tsukiji beyond my expectation easily.As for me, Tsukiji is the wonderland of the Japanese food!
Yes, that is indeed possible. The JR East-South Hokkaido Rail Pass can be used to get Aizu Wakamatsu and then on the Tadami Line too! I think this map can useful for your trip: http://www.jreasthokkaido.com/e/img/img_routemap.pngHave a great trip!
I would say four days. I personally spent time in Kyoto three days and basically was able to see almost all the points. However, if you can take additional 1 day, that would be perfect I guess.
It depends on the robot you are interested, but how about the university? I bet there are many different organizations, laboratories and companies make various kinds of robots, but I bet it's the easiest to ask for the universities among them. Good luck!
I know only in Japanese site, but I think it would be helpful for you. http://sumo.pia.jp/hanasumo.jsp
Yes, if you want to be seated on the designated seat. If it's for the non-designated seat, you just need to show your pass, then you will get a seat.
Kanto is huge! It differs depending on your interested. If you want to see the old streets and atmosphere of Edo, then Kawagoe would be suitable. Kanagawa is also an interesting place to visit! Kanagawa has many sightseeing places; Museum, Temple, China Town, beach, park, Onsen... etc.. You will ...
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It depends on when you are going Japan, but if it's now, I would say:- Shibuya - Harajuku & Meiji shrine- Shinjuku- Robot Restaurant or Final Fantasy Cafe- Tsukiji fish market - Asakusa- Ryougoku (for Sumo)Hope you have a wonderful stay in Tokyo!
How about the Tokyo Whiskey Museum? You can try more than 1000 kinds of whiskey from Japan and all over the world! The only the whiskey, but the appetizers are also wonderful! Try it out!http://tokyo-whisky-library.com/en/index.html
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If you are fluent in the Japanese language, there is some distance course for Wagashi. There are 2 ways; the one is held by the distance-learning specialist school and others are taught by directly from the master of the Wagashi. It seems easier to negotiate with the master directly compare with ...
Kyoto geographically locates a very convenient place to visit many wonderful tourist places! It depends on what you want to see, you can choose the destination. Want to see the modern city sightseeing, so the Kobe and Osaka are the places that you can visit less within 30 minutes of the train! If...
The Ashikaga flower park is having the best season from now until mid-May for the Wisteria and also other flowers! And also Ashikaga flower park is a kind of the convenient location to visit from Tokyo too. You can take a day trip to visit there! If you are visiting Japan within in a month, it is...
How about Shirakawago, Ogimachi in Gifu Prefecture?Ogimachi village is located between the mountains. The village is amazing! Ogimachi is also well known for their house architect called "Gassho-zukuri", which are designed to easily shed snow from their roofs.You can enjoy all over the year. The ...
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Since Kyoto is the touristic city, I felt that many people speak English or try to understand you (even not English). Japanese people will try to help you, even you don't speak a common language! However, if you bring the map, that will be more helpful and faster to get where you want to go.
How about these 2 shops? http://www.netsuke.com/netsuke/ivory/http://www.hanakagesho.com/nezu-netsuke/The both shops have the variety of the Netsuke.And also there are many of the Netsuke shops in Japan, and most of them have the online shop, so you'll have the enough choice to see!
If you meant a Dog cafe that you can play with the doggies, then how about わんにゃん (wan nan) Cafe & Pet Hotel Neo Neo? The Cat Cafe is located on the 1st floor, and the Dog Cafe is located on the 2nd floor.http://cafe-neoneo.com/
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How about ＠ほぉ～むカフェ (at home cafe http://www.cafe-athome.com/)?It is one of the longest-established maid cafes in Akihabara! It's not too much to say that they are the pioneer of the maid cafe who made commonly known to the public of Japan and the world!
Many of the restaurants have the English and Japanese menu. And also most of the Japanese restaurants use the menu with the photos, so you can see the dishes and can see how it look like. Oh, and some of the restaurants use "food sample (the replica that was created by the wax or plastic)" to att...
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That's a really hard question. There are so many great foods and places in Tokyo! As you know that Sushi is a must, but and also Ramen, Tempura, Tonkatsu, Japanese traditional noodles (Soba & Udon), many kinds of Donburi and also the Japanese sweets is amazing! I would recommend visiting Asakusa,...