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Ueno and the Bell of Time

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TRAVEL
A Tokyo entry in the 100 Soundscapes of Japan
Clouds of flowers / these bells are from Ueno / or Asakusa? So wrote the master haiku poet, Matsuo Basho. Living as he did on the banks of the Sumida River, Basho was able to hear the bell towers ring from both Ueno and Asakusa and his co...

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Yodogawa Fireworks Festival

  • Category:Festival
JAPAN TRAVEL
Held On The First Saturday Of August Every Year
Venue: Yodogawa River, Osaka When: Saturday - Aug 10th 2019 ,  7:40pm - 8:40pm
An excited crowd clad in their best Yukatas, the smell of grilled sausages from the street vendors, sounds of excitement and thrill from kids sitting on thei...

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Unko Museum Yokohama

  • Category:Tourism
GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
Welcome To Japan’s First Poop Museum.
If checking out wacky “only in Japan” locales is your thing, you’re in for a treat because Yokohama now has a museum dedicated entirely to poop. Take pictures of flying poop, step on exploding poops, and play the poop-version of Space Invader...

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ADRIFT by David Myers

  • Category:Lunch
JAPAN TRAVEL
High-end Basque and Catalan-inspired cuisine
Finding decent Spanish-inspired cuisine in Tokyo is not impossible, but while many places can make a passable paella, finding high quality, memorable meals is more of challenge.
Fortunately, there's the Marunouchi district, where restaurat...

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Ramen Making Experience in Kyoto

  • Category:Experience
JAPAN TRAVEL
 
Enjoy Making Your Own Original Ramen Bowl.
1.5 hours  in  Kyoto
¥4,500+ per person Highlights Experience and learn the art of preparing ramen, from making your own noodles up to mixing the right soupFor an authentic ramen-making experience, you will prepare your ramen inside a trad...

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Shiretoko National Park

  • Category:Park
JAPAN TRAVEL
The End Of The Earth
 
Nestled in Northeastern Hokkaido is a nature lover’s paradise. World Heritage Shiretoko National Park is home to the largest concentrations of brown bears in the world. Over 300 and counting, these animals live on a peninsula that runs 70 kilometers long (43.5 ...

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Midtown BBQ

  • Category:Gourmet
JAPAN TRAVEL
 
Japan is often fairly light on the meat dishes compared to western countries so it can be a shocking sight to see a mountain of meat in front of you. If you're up for the challenge and craving some nice quality meat selections, Midtown BBQ is the restaurant for you!
 Midtown BBQ
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Tsushima Tenno Matsuri

  • Category:Festival
JAPAN TRAVEL
 
 
Steaming Summer Festival Floats On The Tenno River
Venue: Tsushima City When: Jul 27th - Jul 28th 2019 ,  8:40am - 9:00pm
Every steaming hot summer evening for over 500 years, the people of Tsushima in Aichi Prefecture go down to the Tenno river.
It’s not that the river side is c...

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Saitama's Best Cinnabon Roll

  • Category:Lunch
JAPAN TRAVEL
Every sweet cinnabon must be in want of good coffee.
If you're like me, you have probably been wondering where you can get a big, ooey-gooey, dripping-with-icing-and-bursting-with-amazing-cinnamon-y-goodness cinnamon roll in Japan. What's that? You're not that obsessed with cinnamon ...

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Umbrella Sky at Metsa Village

  • Category:Festival
JAPAN TRAVEL
Forest and Lake and Umbrella
 
Venue: Metsa When: Jun 19th - Jul 15th 2019 ,  10:00am - 9:00pm
Metsa, comprising Metsa Village and Moomin Valley Park, is a Moomin theme park in rural Saitama. However, it can be reached from Tokyo in just over an hour by either public transport or by ...

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