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10 Best Hatsumode Spots in Tokyo To Start the New Year

10 Best Hatsumode Spots in Tokyo To Start the New Year

If you are in Tokyo during new year holidays (Jan 1-3), experience “Hatsumode”, the first visit to shrine or temple! Japanese have a tradition to visit shrines or temples during new year holidays, January 1-3 but typically on January 1, to wish for luck, health, success, or peace in the new year...

Answered 6 months ago

I am going to fly to Tokyo in late Dec/ early Jan and will spend 12 days in Japan. Other than Tokyo, what other cities close by I should travel?

Yuta Takahashi Yuta Takahashi, Living in Japan

Definitely Chida. The most famous spot in Chiba, Tokyo Disney land, (By the way it is funny cuz Disney land is located in Chiba but it calls Tokyo Disney land.)There are lots of super fun attractions, you can really enjoy. As you know, you can find Mickeymouse in some area, 

Answered 6 months ago

I am going to fly to Tokyo in late Dec/ early Jan and will spend 12 days in Japan. Other than Tokyo, what other cities close by I should travel?

Sosuke Kimura Sosuke Kimura, Living in Japan

I recommed Kamakura.Kamakura has many famous temples and buddha statues. Because about 800 years ago, Kamakura was the capital of Japan.I recommend Kawagoe in Saitama too. The citiy call "Ko Edo".That meaning is little Edo. There are old style shops.If you are into japanese food, There are lots o...

Answered 6 months ago

I am going to fly to Tokyo in late Dec/ early Jan and will spend 12 days in Japan. Other than Tokyo, what other cities close by I should travel?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

That's so nice you are spending new year holidays in Japan. How about participating a new year event, Hatsumode?Hatsumode literally means "the first visit to shrines/temples" and we Japanese visit shrines or temples on the New Year's Day to wish for the luck in the new year.Naritasan in Chiba pre...

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