Ikebukuro area is a very good café spot, but is also famous for its night entertainments. There are a lot of things to do here when night approaches, and we will help you to select only the best activities for your Ikebukuro tour!
Hatsuhinode is an essential part of Japanese culture. It’s the Japanese term to welcome the first sunrise of the new year. Find out where to go from the list!
Are you spending New Year Eve in Tokyo? What do locals do on New Year’s Eve? Here I am introducing 10 best ways to spend the best New Years Eve in Tokyo!
2k540 AKI-OKA ARTISAN is the best place to find Japanese crafts for your souvenir in Akihabara, Tokyo. They gather approximately 50 shops offering different crafts.
Nihonbashi is a place where anything and everything can happen. Add these 10 things to do in Nihonbashi in your travel itinerary.
Aomori is known as one of the top apple producers in Japan. Make sure to check out these 10 souvenirs from Aomori for your family and friends.
Soba noodles are gaining attention as healthy Japanese food. There is a half-day soba making experience which accepts travelers from abroad. I visited the teacher Mr. Ito to ask about soba and his class.
Yokohama may not have the reputation for being the most traditional of Japanese cities, but if you know where to look, traces of its roots are still easy to come by. Take, for instance, your choice of accommodations for the duration of your stay. While the city is in no shortage of modern hotels...
Tokyo Sushi-Making Tour offers an amazing sushi class in Kitasenju, eastern Tokyo. Why don’t you join and become a sushi chef when you are in Japan?
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Our mission is to give you a fantastic memory of Japan by teaching you the art of sushi making. So, come along and let’s enjoy making sushi together!
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Make the most out of your trip to Kamakura by scheduling it in time for any one of its major festivals. This article shows festivals in each month of the year. Experience history and culture in this ancient capital.
Geisha are the traditional entertainers in Japan that are well loved by the locals and foreigners alike. Visit these places if you want to catch a glimpse of these elusive ladies.
Hanami, cherry blossom viewing, is a very important part in Japanese culture. I, as a Japanese, participate in Hanami at least once in a year, like most Japanese people do. I will introduce how local Japanese enjoy Hanami. The history of Hanami The history of Hanami, cherry blossom viewing dates...
New tea ceremony plan is posted on Hub Japan:https://hubjapan.io/experiences/iQ36S5lmCcwmT7dYPdSFAwThe plan above will be held at a temple in Asakusa. It seems like they have a traditional feeling :)
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You could email them and ask if only two people would be ok. They might be cool with it. Or just charge you for three people.You could also check out Reddit's Japan page and ask around to see if anyone else will be in Japan when you want to attend the tea ceremony.Other than the one on this page,...
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The easiest place to see the Noh at the Nougakudo theater. If you are staying in Tokyo, then you can see at the National Noh Theatre. The National Noh Theatre is located at the center of Tokyo, so it is very convenient to get there. You can check the information here: http://www.ntj.jac.go.jp/eng...
Would you like to join in Japanese cultural experience? The perfect place in Asakusa is “First Memory”. What is First Memory? First Memory is a start-up company helps tourists to enjoy amazing Japanese cultural experience in Asakusa. With the CEO Lynn and two sensei (masters); tea ceremony and k...
I am interested in Onsen that I can visit one or two in a day, probably near Tokyo,
Not sure about particular shops. If you visit any department stores, they should have chanoki. If you happen to be in Tokyo in April to June and you like Chanoki, there will be a Chanoyu exhibition in Ueno! I don't know if you can actually purchase but there will be lots of beautiful Chanoki for ...
Yes, you can enjoy Kabuki with your kids. There is no restriction about age to watch Kabuki. Here's online ticket service in English; http://www1.ticket-web-shochiku.com/en/You can also buy the ticket at the Kabuki theater, but I recommend to purchase in advance. The price will be varied accordin...