Blog Posts - Tokyo



Ruins of Kira Yoshinaka's House

吉良邸跡The story of the 47 Ronin is one of the defining tales of Japanese history, combining as it does so many seemingly quintessential Japanese traits and behavior patterns: suicide, loyalty (bushido), honor, patience, deception and vengeance...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 21, 2016

Unexpected Destinations for Beer Lovers

There are many things that spur people to discover certain destinations: a pristine beach, an iconic landmark … a pint of perfect suds. In some countries, beer is part of the very fabric of the culture. Places like Belgium, Germany and the Czech Re...
by Viator Travel Blog on Jun 17, 2016

FC Tokyo vs Albirex Niigata en Vivo – J League de Japón – Sábado 18 de Junio del 2016

FC Tokyo se enfrenta a Albirex Niigata este Sábado 18 de Junio del 2016 a las se 5:00AM Hora de México (Ver Hora en tu Pais), en una jornada más de la Liga Japonesa. Para seguir el resultado del FC...Leer Más...
by Sitios Total on Jun 17, 2016

TOKIO DESDE LAS ALTURAS

Tokio es una ciudad moderna e impresionante y la puedes observar desde uno de sus observatorios ubicados a las alturas de los edificios de la ciudad. En lo alto de los rascacielos puedes encontrar restaurantes, donde se puede disfrutar de ricas comid...
by Edificios mas Altos del Mundo on Jun 17, 2016

Discovering Japan, the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’

The Happy Nomad ꔷ For Backpackers by Backpackers A visit to Japan is a captivating journey through dazzling traditions and voguish brilliance, with exciting stops all around. From historic cities with sophisticated transport systems, to snowcapped...
by The Happy Nomad on Jun 16, 2016

Singapore Airlines rejigs US operations. To start San Francisco non-stop.

Goes double-daily to Los Angeles Stops A380 service to Los Angeles Suspends Brazil flights Singapore Airlines will launch daily non-stop flights between Singapore and San Francisco in the winter schedule starting October 23, 2016 using the Airbus A35...
by Bangalore Aviation on Jun 16, 2016

Recommended Travel Guide For Japan

Many a times, I have been looking for some recommended travel guides for Japan and most of the time, I end up with those brochures from the airport or just information from the internet. There are bad and good in these kind of travel information wher...
by Malaysia Asia on Jun 15, 2016

Real Mt. Fuji INSIDE Tokyo?! - 5 Reasons to Go to Ono Terusaki Shrine

Mt. Fuji is definitely the icon of Japan, but I know that you don't have much time when traveling.I hear voices as following."My travel schedule is so tight that I can't afford to visit Mt. Fuji..." "Mt. Fuji is not a very convenient place, is it? I...
by Tokyo Direct Diary on Jun 15, 2016

Tokyo governor steps down over spending scandal

Tokyo Governor Yoichi MasuzoeThe governor of Tokyo has resigned after coming under fire over misappropriation of tax money amid a looming no-confidence vote in the local assembly.Yoichi Masuzoe submitted his resignation on Wednesday, and informe...

Top 20 FREE things to do this summer in Japan

Summer is upon us and Japan has a host of things to do for budget tourists. We have compiled our list of the best free things to do. Enjoy! Tokyo Walk along Todoroki Valley Take a light walk along this hidden away paradise just outside central Tokyo.
by Cheapo Japan on Jun 14, 2016

Tokyo Candlelight Vigil for Orlando Shooting Victims

フロリダ州オーランド銃殺事件の追悼集会At 8 pm on Tuesday, June 14, dozens of LGBT men and women assembled in a small neighborhood park in Shinjuku, Tokyo, to remember and mourn those murdered at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Flor...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 14, 2016

“Tokyo in the Underbrush”: ArtsWeek

Pictures and poems from Japan’s bubble years… Introduction In January, 1987 I graduated from Lehigh University with a B.A. in journalism. By the first week of March I was in Tokyo, Japan to start my first real adult job and … Continue readi...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 13, 2016

“Tokyo in the Underbrush”: ArtsWeek

Pictures and poems from Japan’s bubble years… Introduction In January, 1987 I graduated from Lehigh University with a B.A. in journalism. By the first week of March I was in Tokyo, Japan to start my first real adult job and … Continue readi...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 13, 2016

Prada on Omotesando

表参道 プラダOmotesando Avenue is a valley-shaped, tree-lined street in the Harajuku/Shibuya/Aoyama area of Tokyo that is perhaps the capital's most stylish. There are other places like Ginza which is perhaps Tokyo's no.1 shopping mecca, near...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 13, 2016

Ada Restoran Bugil Di Tokyo Tapi Yang Gemuk Dilarang Masuk

Infokami.com – Launching Restoran bugil pertama di Jepang, akan di buka mulai bulan depan tepatnya tanggal 29 Juli nanti, namun restoran di Baca artikel lengkap Ada Restoran Bugil Di Tokyo Tapi Yang Gemuk Dilarang Masuk...

Kusatsu Onsen – stunningly unique hot spring town

Kusatsu Onsen (草津温泉) is a hot spring town in the Japanese Alps, and popular with Japanese tourists. Foreign visitors should not expect to find they are the only non-Japanese tourists here, but the town is one of best for hot spring experience...
by Cheapo Japan on Jun 7, 2016

Kusatsu Onsen

Kusatsu Onsen (草津温泉) is a hot spring town in the Japanese Alps, and popular with Japanese tourists. Foreign visitors should not expect to find they are the only non-Japanese tourists here, but the town is one of best for hot spring experience...
by Cheapo Japan on Jun 7, 2016

Tokyo Sky Tree en Tokio Japón

El Tokyo Sky Tree es el edificio más alto de Japón, y también es conocida como “la nueva torre de Tokio” la altura de este edificio cuenta con 634 metros de altura y el récord Guiness la certifico como la torre más alta del mundo. Es...

Squinting at another reality

She was shuffling around Nakamise Dori, the shopping boulevard that leads to Sensō-ji in Asakusa. She touched a lot of elbows trying to speak to people who pulled away and ignored her. This did not phase her. She kept moving … Continue reading...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 3, 2016

Liniere Magazine and Fashion

At a charming cafe somewhere in Saga, I picked up a magazine called Liniere. My daughter and I slowly pored over each page and we grew increasingly interested. Back in the USA we located Liniere in our local Kinokuniya Bookstore. There we were abl...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 2, 2016


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