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Disney Fan's Choice: 18 Must-Have Sweets & Snacks Souvenirs of Tokyo Disneyland & DisneySea!

Chiba Suburbs Theme Parks

Souvenirs are a must when traveling to Tokyo, whether they are for yourself or friends and family at home. Another must for many a sightseer is a visit to Tokyo Disneyland, the theme park known to put a unique Japanese spin on classic Disney. Today, we sent an editor to the park who is quite a bit of a Disney maniac themselves, with the mission to comb the many adorable shops and stalls for the absolute must-have sweet souvenirs of Tokyo Disneyland!

Japan Fashion Trend Check: Bags by #Anello are Tokyo’s Latest Must-Have Accessory!

Shibuya Clothing Stores

When you walk around Tokyo, you’ll doubtlessly notice a certain kind of backpack that everyone seems to have. The designs and colors are diverse, but the label is the same on every bag: anello. From kids to high schoolers, office workers to seniors, every Tokyoite seems to have one of these anello bags – is that the latest trend in the metropolis?

[MOVIE] Character, Harmony, and Elegance: The Art of Bonsai

Ningyocho / Monzen-Nakacho / Kasai Culture Experience

The Shunkaen Bonsai Museum is one of the most pleasant places that I have had the chance to visit in Tokyo. After a 15-minute bus ride from the Mizue Station, it is an oasis of nature around a beautiful traditional Japanese house. More than a thousand bonsai can now be seen in the museum, including 500 worth more than 10 million yen.

Rice Cracker Realness: The Top 10 Rice Snack Top-Sellers by Kameda Seika, Loved by all of Japan!

Other Japanese Food

In Japan, rice crackers are a beloved snack that dates back centuries and come in all sorts of variations such as arare or senbei. From salty to sweet, from light and airy to hard and crunchy – the tasty delights can be found in convenience stores and supermarkets all over the country. Kameda Seika is one of Japan’s most prominent and famous rice cracker makers, dominating both the market and gourmets’ hearts with delectable rice cracker creations. The company, its headquarters in Niigata Prefecture right on the Sea of Japan, celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2016, still delighting people all around the country with both traditional and creative, new cracker varieties. With their wonderfully authentic taste and “only in Japan” uniqueness, they also make great souvenirs to take home and share with friends and family. But which ones to buy? Let’s take a look at Kameda Seika’s top 10 long-time best-sellers that have been loved and popular for decades!

Cheers! Complete Guide to Drinks You Can Find at a Typical Japanese Pub

Izakaya

Izakaya are frequented by Japanese young and old after work, school or as the setting for an after-party. Whether it’s your first time in Japan or you have firmly planted roots here, there’s bound to be an izakaya that suits you. Use this guide to help you understand what’s on the menu and how to order like a pro!

Can I Bring My Medicine to Japan?

Tokyo Station

Preparing for a long trip always requires a lot of planning, especially if you’re thinking to stay abroad for a long time. This is particularly true when it comes to those of us who also need to take certain prescription drugs along. Unfortunately every country has specific rules by which all visitors and residents have to abide. Japan is no exception. In this article we’ll take a look at some of the things you should know if you’re preparing for a trip to the Land of the Rising Sun and you need to bring your meds with you. Please keep in mind that while we have done extensive research on this matter, this article should be referred to exclusively as a guideline.

Choice Spots

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  • Asakusa
  • Ginza
  • Harajuku
  • Ikebukuro
  • Roppongi
  • Shibuya
  • Shinjuku
  • Tokyo Station
  • Tsukiji
  • Ueno

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