CULTURE

The list of articles and Q&A for travel to Japan about "Culture" by Hub Japan. If you are looking for the best sightseeing, things to do, or food informations about Japan, Hub Japan is your answer!

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Answered 5 months ago

do japanese read books

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Hello. Following authors are famous in Japan and the world. Many books are translated in English and other languages too. Please check it in your country. Stay safe! ・ Soseki NATSUME Soseki Natsume ・ Yasumari KAWABATA Yasunari Kawabata ・ Haruki MURAKAMI Haruki Murakami ・ Banana YOSHIMO...

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Answered 12 months ago

What are taboos in Japanese culture?

いお いお, Living in Japan

There are more people who resist tattooing than in other countries. This is because there is a culture in Japan where yakuza used to be tattooed.

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Answered about 1 year ago

What are taboos in Japanese culture?

Jo Jo, Living in Japan

Five-Fav Japanese Cultural Norms ~ "When in Rome, Do Like the Romans!"1. Respect OPP~ Other People's Property that is... If it is not yours, leave it be.  If it looks lost, turn it in to the nearest Lost and Found or the Koban.  If you've lost something, there is a 98% chance that someone has tur...

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Answered over 1 year ago

where exactly I can see geisha performance in tokyo and how ?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Hello. Maybe you know already to see the Geisha performance in a restaurant costs a lot. So I propose this service! Just one hour but i believe it would be a nice memory!! I could not find the site in English...https://www.veltra.com/jp/japan/tokyo/a/113987#

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Answered over 1 year ago

The Yayoi Kusama museum is closed when I am in Tokyo, is there anywhere else I can see her work? My itinerary is Tokyo, Mt Fuji, Kyoto and Hiroshima. Thanks.

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Hello. I don't know about her work but I heard you can watch and buy her items at Roppongi hilles art & design and Ginza six Tsutaya. Please check before visiting.https://www.roppongihills.com/shops_restaurants/shops/00095.htmlhttps://ginza6.tokyo.e.abf.hp.transer.com/shops/1230

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Answered almost 2 years ago

Which regions of Tokyo are most interesting?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

I think Shibuya-ku, Mitato-ku and Chiyoda-ku (all stick each other) are most interesting.There are young-mature fashion in Shibuya, Hello Kitty-Gadget in Shibuya, Chiyoda (Akihabara) and modern-traditional building and museum in Mitato-ku. Why not visit there?   

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Answered almost 2 years ago

Hey, I'll be visiting Japan for the first time in 13-18 March. Where should I go if I am just going to use Tokyo Wide Pass?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

The Tokyo Wide Pass is an excellent regional pass - if you use it to go as far as you can every day for its 3 day validity, you can save about ¥20,000! As to where to go, there are many day trips you can take on one, including Nikko, Hakone, the Fuji 5 Lakes area, Karuizawa, Kusatsu, Izu, Kamamur...

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Answered about 2 years ago

What is the famous culture in Tokyo

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

I think the culture in Tokyo is Sumo Kabuki Ukiyoe   Sumo: Sumo tournament is also in Kansai area but currently there are about 50 sumo beya (stable) only around Tokyo. You can visit some of them to see their training and you can taste sumo cuisine. http://www.sumo.or.j...

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Answered over 2 years ago

Best places for Tourists ? I need Stunning and natural scenery

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

It depends on when you are going to Japan of course.Some of Japan's best beauty is in Okinawa and the Yaeyama Islands.https://bit.ly/2tmbAuWIn summer, Hokkaido is stunning - the lavender, sunflowers, you name it.http://bit.do/hokkaido-beautyThere is so much more of course. Mt. Fuji is famous for ...

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