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Omiwa Shrine: Get Good Luck in Relationships and Recharge at Japan’s Oldest Shrine in Nara!

Sekitar Nara Tempat suci

Omiwa Shrine is one of Japan’s oldest shrine that worships Mount Miwa. It is an important shrine that keeps the way of the ancient faith. The relevant deity is said to have built the nation and is also the guardian deity of all aspects of human life, such as industry, health, brewery, medicine, and transportation. It is also known as a place of strong spiritual power. On top of that, it's also said to bring good luck with matchmaking! We decided to visit the shrine for a spiritual connection.

Kyoto Fall Sightseeing: Sights and Shops Along the Famous Philosopher's Path

Kuil Ginkaku / Kuil Nanzen Makanan Lain-lain

The Philosopher's Path located at the foot of Higashiyama, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto is one of the most popular walking paths in the city. In this article we will introduce some wonderful shops we discovered while strolling along paths bathed in sunlight filtered through trees.

Kyoto Guide: 5 Best Popular Sightseeing Spots to Visit Along with Nijo Castle

Istana Nijo / Istana Maharaja Kyoto Lawatan Lain-lain

Nijo Castle, extremely popular among foreign visitors to Japan, is surrounded by even more fascinating places to visit. This article will introduce nearby spots you'll want to visit alongside your trip to Nijo Castle, including old, history-filled temples constructed in ancient Kyoto, buildings with great historic value, and facilities that allow you to experience Kyoto traditions. Each place is within walking distance from Nijo Castle for quick and easy side trips. Connect with Kyoto's long history and enduring culture to get an even more intimate feel for Kyoto city.

Japanese Restaurants and Foreigner-Friendly Services: What Is Needed and Further Thoughts

Stesen Kyoto / Kuil Toji Makanan Jepun Lain-lain

With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics creeping up, the number of tourists visiting Japan rises with each passing year. Most of them would surely want to visit iconic locations, and even more would want to enjoy the various delicacies of Japan. However, the fact that a good number of Japanese do not speak English remains a perceived problem, and confusion due to the language and cultural barriers might spoils one’s experience. Today, we’ll be looking at the responses of 275 Japanese eatery managers (with 60% of them situated in Tokyo) regarding their thoughts on foreign customers. While more than 60% of said managers had favorable views on them, the establishments’ services themselves were less than sufficient to receive foreign customers. On that note, we talked with these managers about two subjects: what measures they wish stores would take in receiving foreign customers, as well as what kind of resolve and manners should staff take towards them. Below are the individual opinions of some of the respondents.

Complete Osaka Station Area Guide: 8 Great Spots for Shopping and Sightseeing Only Locals Know!

Umeda / Stesen Osaka / Kitashinchi Lawatan Lain-lain

Osaka Station is a perfect location as a base for sightseeing around Osaka, shopping and heading to Kyoto and Nara. Osaka Station is not only JR Osaka Station, but it is also listed as Umeda Station for the subway and Osaka-Umeda Station for the private railways. It is a confusing complex for non-locals, so here is a sightseeing guide that covers JR Osaka Station, Umeda Station, and Osaka-Umeda Station and the area around it. Here we’ll do a deep dive into the area!

Tempat Pilihan

  • Arashiyama / Uzumasa
  • Gion / Kawaramachi / Kuil Kiyomizu
  • Kobe / Sannomiya / Kitano
  • Namba / Dotonburi / Shinsaibashi
  • Nara / Ikoma / Tenri
  • Shinsekai / Tennoji / Tsurubashi
  • Stesen Kyoto / Kuil Toji
  • Umeda / Stesen Osaka / Kitashinchi
  • USJ / Pelabuhan Osaka
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