Sosuke Kimura

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Answered 16 days ago

What are taboos in Japanese culture?

Folami Small Folami Small, Visited Japan Twice

Please take care not to push past ANYONE in a public area (this comes especially handy if you, as a visitor, are in a shopping situation in a space with narrow aisles). The polite thing to do, in such an instance, is to politely wait, or to gently say 'Watakushi wo yurushi te kudasai.' meaning 'E...

Answered 17 days ago

It's our first time and we want to eat the best sushi and drink great sake. Where do we find this? We also want experience your traditional culture.

For sushi, if you want "the best", go to Ginza area would be expensive though...I recommend you Midori-sushi (http://www.sushinomidori.co.jp/eng/).The price is not so expensive and their sushi is quite good considering the price!!For traditional culture, take my calligraphy class!!lol Or tea-cere...

Answered 18 days ago

It's our first time and we want to eat the best sushi and drink great sake. Where do we find this? We also want experience your traditional culture.

Ming He Ming He, Visited Japan Four times or more

How much is your budget for "best"? If you have $300-$500 per person budget then I would recommend using a concierge reservation service to help you with reservations. Or if you are staying at a nice hotel (such as Park Hyatt or Grand Hyatt) you can email your hotel to help you make reservation 1...

Answered 24 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 about 1 month ago

Geisha entertainment

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

You can interact with Geisha in Nihonbashi. http://www.nihonbashi-info.jp/omotenashi/geisha.htmlI have not participated in this tour, I just have seen a leaflet in Nihonbashi tourist information center so I'm not sure about the details.I also have heard that there are places where you can interac...

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 2 months ago

I am staying in Daiwa Roynet Hotel Ginza. Do you know the best way to go to the Haneda Airport ? I checked the Limiousine Bus but the timing only in the afternoon. I need to reach the airport at 7am.

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Japanese train are usually strict about time, but sometimes they delay in the morning because by rush or accidents. It is always safe to plan your schedule to be at the airport 30 min - 1 hour earlier than the time you want to be there. There are STARBUCKS, etc open from the morning so you can ha...

Answered 2 months ago

I am staying in Daiwa Roynet Hotel Ginza. Do you know the best way to go to the Haneda Airport ? I checked the Limiousine Bus but the timing only in the afternoon. I need to reach the airport at 7am.

Matt Watson Matt Watson, Living in Japan

You could risk it with the train in the morning. You should be early enough to miss morning rush hour traffic. However, your safest bet at that point is to take a cab.A mixture of the two will also probably work. e.g. take a cab to Shinbashi/Yurakucho/Tokyo Station, use the Yamonote Line (Green) ...

Answered 2 months ago

Is it possible to buy train ticket from Osaka to Kanazawa early morning at 29-Dec-2016? I can't find any place that can reserve this from outside Japan. Is there any tips ?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

If you are going to get on a local train, you don't need a pre-purchased ticket to get on. If you wish to take the express train called "Thunderbird", there seems to be two options:- Reserved Seats (Shitei-Seki)You can purchase in advance or on the day if there are vacancy. You will get a ticket ...

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