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Abeno Harukas Viewing Deck
Breathtaking views atop Japan’s tallest building
Nestled within the vibrant towns of Abeno and Tennoji, Abeno Harukas is Japan’s tallest building at a height of 300m. Besides boosting magnificent view at its observatory, this mixed-use development also includes a department store, offices, hotel, museum and even the subway! 

Kyoto Kitano Tenman-gu Flea Market
Antiques, kimono fabrics, jewelry, ceramics and more
This flea market has a variety of traditional goods perfect for gifts, souvenirs or household use.

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Nail Quick Gel Nails
Glitz, glamour, and good grooming at Nail Quick
Getting gel nails at Nail Quick in Azabu Juban

B-mobile for Visitors
SIM cards for travellers to Japan
In this age of modern traveling being connected is as important as bringing your passport when traveling – b-mobile SIM for visitors can help keep you connected.

Aeon Mall Okayama
The largest in West Japan
AEON MALL OKAYAMA is the largest of its kind in West Japan, complete with an astonishing 356 shops.

Kumamoto's Kyu-jogakko-ato
A historic school-turned-retro complex near Aso Shrine
Kumamoto's Kyu-jogakko-ato, a former girls' school-turned-retro cafe/shopping complex near Aso Shrine.

FAKE Tokyo - Candy and Sister
An edgy fashion boutique in Shibuya
Nestled in a graffiti and sticker slapped alley between the surrounding high rise buildings and lofts of Shibuya is Japanese fashion boutiques Candy and Sister. Looking from the outside of their building, named FAKE, You’ll see their window display with a neon sign and can already tell that this is an edgy fashion store.

Sano Premium Outlets® – Shopper's Paradise in Japan
Enjoy outlets shopping with fruit picking and flower park
A day trip to Tochigi, visiting Sano Premium Outlets, going strawberry picking, and seeing Ashikaga Flower Park. 

AEON Mall Makuhari New City Chiba
Shopping, entertainment, and everything in between!
AEON Mall at Makuhari New City is Chiba City's first large scale shopping center comprised of four “lifestyle” malls: Active Mall, Pet Mall, Grand Mall, and Family Mall. A one stop shop just 30-minutes from Tokyo Station.

Shinagawa's Princess Garten
A hint of Europe in a quiet Japanese neighborhood
Get a taste of Europe in the Princess Garten: a restaurant, shop, and wedding facility hidden in a quiet neighborhood near Shinagawa Station, Tokyo.

Craftsperson's Village in Mashiko
Town in Tochigi features pottery & indigo dyeing
Visited two craftperson's spots in Mashiko, Tochigi Prefecture. One was the Indigo Dyeing House and the other the Pottery Museum.

Healthy Living at NOHARA by Mizuno
Fun fitness station at Harajuku
NOHARA is an excellent one-stop facility for athletes in the heart of Tokyo, run by the acclaimed Japanese sports brand Mizuno. It consists of a studio, run and fitness station, cafe, and a sports shop, welcoming beginner to star athletes as well as tourists who would like to drop by for a short exercise during their stay in Japan.