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Don't Miss This! 5 Must-See Tourist Attractions in Hakodate, Japan!

Hakodate Other Architecture

Located in the south part of Hokkaido, Hakodate is one of the top cities for tourists. Dotted by old Western style buildings, this city developed as the first international trade port in the country. There is a variety of ways to enjoy both historical exploration and shopping. Here we will introduce the top 5 attractions, including with the stunning night view from the Mt. Hakodate mountaintop observatory, the old exotic churches and historic monuments, and the red brick warehouses and souvenir shops.

Shopping at Omotesando Harajuku: Crossroads between Culture and Fashion!

Shibuya Other Sightseeing

Harajuku is world-famous as the birthplace of trends, youth culture, and Japan’s fashion headquarters. Right next to it is Omotesando and its stylish glitz. Right in the center of this curious intersection stands Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku.

Inside Japan's Maid Cafés: Our Unique Experience at Classic Maid Café Mai:lish! (Video)

Akihabara Other Cafes and Sweets

Come join Live Japan with me as we visit Café Mai:lish, a small and homely maid café located on the outskirts of Akihabara, about 8 minutes from JR Akihabara Station and 3 minutes from Suehirocho Station.

Recommended Tours of Lake Toya - Superb Views and Delectable Sweets!

Noboribetsu / Lake Toya Rivers, Lakes & Canyons

What is there to do around Lake Toya (known to locals as Toyako), one of Hokkaido’s most popular tourist spots? We’ve put together some sightseeing tips for places you really must see. These will help you experience all the attractions of Toyako from the splendid view of the lake to experiencing the confectionery for which it is famous.

Make Your Tokyo Trip Truly Memorable! 10 Must-Do Things in Asakusa and Ueno

Asakusa Multicultural Towns

Asakusa and Ueno are districts where you can enjoy historical spots and bustling feel that characteristic sense of Old Tokyo. Although they're perfect places to wander around and enjoy the ambiance, here are 10 things to consider adding to your Tokyo trip plan!

How to Survive the Crowds during Japan's Golden Week 2019

Other Sightseeing

In Japan people are not so hot on taking holiday - not in the sense that they don’t want to, but that there is a lot of pressure, for various reasons, not to take holiday. To combat this, the government designated a number of public holidays to make sure people take time to have a rest! The result is Japan’s Golden Week, a number of public holidays in a row (from around April 29 to May 5) which basically mean a long holiday for many workers. In 2019, this expands to a 10-day period: April 27–May 6, 2019! So just how crazy will it become and how to manage? Read on!

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