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Why Go? Chaotic yet organised, hyper-modern yet utterly classic, garish yet demure, unique yet unquestionably Japanese, Tokyo ( 東京 ) is a paradox that – like..

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No other aspect of Japanese culture is as widely misunderstood as the geisha. First – and let’s get this out of the way – geisha are not prostitutes. Nor is their virginity sold off to the highest bidder. Nor do they have to sleep with regular patrons. To put it simply, geisha are highly skilled entertainers who are..

Japan offers visitors from abroad a lot of worthwhile places to see and things to do for free. The following is only a small number of examples of places and events that you can enjoy for free in Japan. Imperial Palace East Garden ʢߖډ౦ޚԓʣ, 3-min. walk from Takebashi Sta. on Tozai Line, or 7-min. walk from Otemachi..

Those familiar with Japanese cuisine ( nihon ryōri ) know that eating is half the fun of travelling..

Let’s face it: a hotel is a hotel wherever you go. And while some of Japan’s hotels are very nice..

ARTS Traditional Visual Art Painting From 794 to 1600, Japanese painting borrowed from Chinese and..

Those familiar with Japanese cuisine ( nihon ryōri ) know that eating is half the fun of travelling in Japan. Even if you’ve already tried some of Japan’s better-known specialities, you’re likely to be surprised by how delicious the original is when served on its home turf. More importantly, the adventurous eater will..

Let’s face it: a hotel is a hotel wherever you go. And while some of Japan’s hotels are very nice indeed, you’re probably searching for something unique to the culture. If this is what you’re after, you’ll be pleased to learn that Japan is one of the last places in Asia where you can find truly authentic traditional..

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