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3 Nightlife Spots in Ueno for Sophisticated Fun After the Last Train has Departed

Ueno Shows

Ueno is an interesting area. Although located within the ultra urban city of Tokyo, it also boasts an impressive number of historical buildings that contributes to an "olden downtown" feel. This attracts many international tourists to the place as a result. The nightlife here is also something to behold, with a seemingly never-ending selection of unique entertainment centers that remain open for business even after the last train has long departed. There's definitely something for every mood here. Are you a fan of live performances and stage shows? Perhaps playing with darts or relaxing at a sports bar with a drink in hand is more your kind of entertainment. Whichever the case, we're confident one of the three late-night shops featured in this article will appeal to you, the same way they have already attracted scores of foreign tourists to their premises!

Great Food With a View: Top 4 Restaurants You Won't Forget in Omotesando, Tokyo

Shibuya Other Sightseeing

Omotesando, one of Tokyo’s fanciest, most stylish areas. Shops and restaurants populate the glitzy town, offering a sheer endless choice of excellent shopping and gourmet experiences. Among them, we’ve found four choice restaurants that boast a night view so magnificent, you’ll hardly be able to focus on the food. Bring your best friend or your significant other and enjoy a magical night!

[MOVIE] Navigating Virtual Airspace with Skyart JAPAN

Shinagawa Adventure Activities

Have you always wanted to fly through the skies while controlling a jet? You now have the chance to make your dream a reality! Skyart JAPAN offers hyper-realistic flight simulation for everyone from beginners to professional pilots. Take a closer look at SkyArt’s state of the art headquarters located in Shinagawa, Tokyo and see how I fared in the cockpit for my very own private lesson!

Crazy Cheap but Crazy Quality: The Shopping Secret to Japan’s Home Appliances on a Budget

Electronics Stores

No matter where you’re from, shopping is a major tourist activity when in Japan – with so many shopping districts and a huge array of products to choose from, what’s not to love? What’s even better is the amazingly low prices they are often sold for. Even if you’re not looking to buy anything, just wondering around one of the huge department stores is a tourist activity in itself. You know it’s true, even if you won’t admit it, walking around homeware stores is fun by itself, let alone in another country! But of course, if the prices are so low, you might wonder about the quality. So here we’ll show you not only the price, but its cost performance and durability. There are some shopping secrets to getting the best deals too...!

30 Cool & Quirky Things to Do in Shibuya, Tokyo’s Iconic Area!

Shibuya Downtown

Shibuya achieved iconic fame with its appearance in Lost in Translation, with Scarlett Johansson crossing Shibuya Crossing, amongst other scenes based in and around this vibrant area. Since then, everyone has been angling for the lists of the best things to do in Shibuya. Shibuya has become a place of pilgrimage for millions of tourists who were intrigued by this movie, and by Japanese culture. Many spots in Shibuya offer the perfect selfie or Instagram moment, or for hard-core shoppers, you can shop until you drop. There are culinary experiences everywhere you look. And of course, there are places just to sit and take in the hustle-bustle of daily life. Join us as we share 30 fun and exciting things to do in Shibuya, Tokyo's iconic area!

Visiting Kobe in Autumn: Ultimate Guide to Kobe Weather in Fall and Clothes You Need!

Kobe, Sannomiya, Kitano Autumn

Kobe in autumn is amazing. By September the hot days of summer have passed, autumn is in the air and by November the onset of winter can be felt. The clothes you wear in Kobe at the beginning of autumn differ greatly from those worn at the end of autumn. So we asked a local writer to give us advice about what sort of clothes are best suited for the weather in the months of September, October, and November. Autumn is the best time for visiting Kobe as compared to the other seasons the weather is most comfortable. Familiarizing yourself with these things before you depart will definitely make for an enjoyable trip to Kobe in the fall. (Main image: Blanscape / Shutterstock.com)

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