Stay at Osen ryokan Ryokan is a Japanese style inn where you sleep in futon and have beautiful ...
The famous local food is different in each prefecture.- TokyoMonjayaki, Fukagawa Meshi (rice cooked with clam), Dojo Nabe (loach hot pot), Chanko Nabe, Tempura, etc- ChibaMainly seafood caught at the sea around, Nure-Senbei (wet rice cracker), peanuts related food, etc- KanagawaShirasu (young sar...
There are many places to explore the richness of marine life in and around Tokyo. Here is the 10 best aquariums in and around Tokyo.
Kaiseki Ryori is a traditional Japanese multi-course cuisine. Here is the list of top 10 kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo!
Monkeys are a very familiar symbol in the religion, folklore, and art of Japan, as well as in Japanese proverbs and idiomatic expressions. Here is the 4 best Monkey Parks around Tokyo!
Monjayaki is commonly known as the other version of Okonomiyaki, but with different fillings. Monjayaki has been enjoyed by people for a long time as a local food of Tokyo. Here is the list of 4 best monjayaki restaurants in Tokyo!
Chanko nabe originally known as a Japanese one-pot dish/ hotpot commonly eaten by sumo wrestlers. Here is the list of 5 Chanko Nabe restaurants that I’m sure you’d love it!
Stay at Osen ryokan Ryokan is a Japanese style inn where you sleep in futon and have beautiful Japanese kaiseki cuisine for dinner, plus onsen! Hakone is one of the largest onsen district throughout Japan and it is impossible to miss the experience at onsen. There are also many foot bath where ...
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Hakone is one of the most famous Onsen(Hot Spring) areas in japan. So Onsen is a must! And staying at Ryokan which is traditional japanese style hotel, you can have a heartwaming japanese service OMOTENASHI at Ryokan.
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Mito is fairly close to port town such as Oarai, so there are fresh seafoods. Also Mito is famous for natto.UNAGI: NURIYA IZUMIMACHIDelicious eel.http://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g298166-d4666736-i124556267-Nuriya-Mito_Ibaraki_Prefecture_Kanto.htmlANKO/LOCAL FOOD: SANSUI"Anko (g...