Published almost 3 years ago

BE A LOCAL Report 5 - Japanese Tea Ceremony experience with two ladies from Canada

BE A LOCAL Report 5 - Japanese Tea Ceremony experience with two ladies from Canada

BE A LOCAL is a part of Hub Japan’s service to match local Japanese people and tourists from overseas. There are various plans posted. Monica and Malini from Canada requested the plan to experience Japanese tea ceremony at a Japanese mother’s house. It was Monica’s third time and Malini’s second...

Answered almost 3 years 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 almost 3 years ago

what clothing should westerners wear?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

It depends on which time of the year and which region you are traveling in Japan. Japan's land is long from north to south, and have totally different weather situation. Also summer is hot and winter is cold. It is said Tokyo's weather is similar to Vancouver.

Answered almost 3 years ago

How should I spend New Year's eve in Tokyo ?

Sosuke Kimura Sosuke Kimura, Living in Japan

I wrote answer to similar question.https://hubjapan.io/questions/where-s-the-best-place-to-spend-new-years-eveAnd you can check recommendation of experiences on NYE on this site.https://hubjapan.io/articles/10-best-ways-to-experience-new-years-eve-in-tokyo-2017

Answered almost 3 years ago

How to spend NYE in Tokyo, (not clubbing)

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

If you like music, there is a concert festival in Makuhari Messe called "COWNTDOWN JAPAN"http://countdownjapan.jp/Many Japanese famous bands (mainly rock) will be on stage and there is a countdown on each stage. I have been there few times and enjoyed very much. I have been to a countdown event i...

Answered almost 3 years ago

How to spend NYE in Tokyo, (not clubbing)

Sosuke Kimura Sosuke Kimura, Living in Japan

There is a high possibility that the restaurant in the big city is open.For example:Shibuya, Shinjuku, Roppongi, IkebukuroIf you walk around the area you might find interesting places.I found bars that are open in NYE.Ishinohana: here is famous and good atmosphere.http://ishinohana.com/en/Maduro ...