WINTER

The list of articles and Q&A for travel to Japan about "Winter" 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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10 Shrines and Temples for Hatsumode in Tokyo To Start the New Year

10 Shrines and Temples for Hatsumode in Tokyo To Start the New Year

If you are in Tokyo during new year holidays, experience “Hatsumode”, the first visit to shrine or temple! Japanese have a tradition to visit shrines or temples during new year holidays to wish for luck, health, success, or peace in the new year. Find the most famous Hatsumode shrines and temples...


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Answered almost 3 years ago

What is good to do on New Year day?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Many shops in Tokyo are open on New Years Day, like chain stores such as convenience store, big supermarket (such as AEON, Ito Yokado, etc). Some department stores and shopping malls are open from New Years Day but it is usually so crowded because it's the first day of winter sale and Fukubukuro ...

Answered almost 3 years ago

What places/attractions to visit in winter time?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Northern areas will be beautiful when it is covered with snow but transportation becomes difficult sometimes because of the weather. Skiing and snowboarding is very popular winter things to do for a Japanese since there are lots of mountains and ski resorts.Also we like to soak into onsen on cold...

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Happy New Year From Hub Japan!

Happy New Year From Hub Japan!

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10 Shrines and Temples for Hatsumode in Tokyo To Start the New Year

10 Shrines and Temples for Hatsumode in Tokyo To Start the New Year

If you are in Tokyo during new year holidays, experience “Hatsumode”, the first visit to shrine or temple! Japanese have a tradition to visit shrines or temples during new year holidays to wish for luck, health, success, or peace in the new year. Find the most famous Hatsumode shrines and temples...