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Kyoto Knife Market Aritsugu
Cutlery that lasts a lifetime
Category: Culture, Shopping
A chef is inseparable from his or her knife. In order for a chef's vision to become reality, only a knife which cuts with precision will ensure satisfaction. For those interested in buying one, rest at ease knowing a knife purchase includes a lifetime maintenance guarantee.

Nicchu Boueki Chinese Collectibles
Imported Chinese furniture, sculptures, and much more
There's plenty to see, so take your time
Category: Culture, Shopping
Sendai Nicchu Boueki Shoji (仙台日中貿易商事) imports antiques, furniture, lamps, sculptures and more for direct sale to the public. Quality products and a real feast for the eyes. Located across from the Sendai Daikannon Statue. 

Nogi Shrine Antique Flea Market
Find a bargain at Nogizaka's monthly antique market
Antique radios and other collectibles
Category: Historic sites, Shopping
Find a bargain while browsing at the monthly Antique Flea markets at Nogi Shrine, right next to Tokyo Midtown.

A Stroll Along Aomori Bay
Architecture, shopping, history, steps from the station
The A-shaped Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center ASPAM
Category: Culture, Museums, Historic sites, Festivals, Shopping, Sight seeing, Food
There's plenty to be seen along the waterfront of Aomori Bay. See architectural gems, spectacular Nebuta Festival floats and anything apple-related you can think of!

Yukata Shopping for Hanabi Season
A guide on where to buy & how to wear a summer kimono
A Yukata is a summer kimono traditionally worn to enjoy Hanabi (Fireworks) in major cities like the Sumida River Fireworks Festival in Asakusa, Tokyo. Photo taken at Marui City Shibuya.
Category: Culture, Festivals, Shopping, Sight seeing, Night life
A guide on where to buy and how to wear a yukata, a summer kimono, for hanabi season. Enjoy wearing a light, cotton kimono to the next fireworks display in one of Japan's major cities.

LaLaport Tokyo Bay Shopping Center
One of Japan's largest retail centers boasts 540 shops!
LaLaport Tokyo Bay is the largest of six shopping parks operated by Mitsui Fudosan. 
Category: Shopping, Night life, Food
Mitsui’s shopping park, LaLaport Tokyo Bay, boasts 540 stores and can accommodate 8,200 vehicles in its parking structures. Sectioned into three zones, pet-friendly LaLaport combines fashion, dining, and entertainment to a whole new level.

A Passion for Morning Glories
Master Artists of the Rimpa School 5 – Kiitsu Suzuki
"Morning Glories" by Kiitsu Suzuki (partial)
Category: Culture, Historic sites, Festivals, Shopping, Sight seeing, Food
Passion for morning glories: Japanese people plant seeds in the garden or buy potted flowers to help stay cool in summer

Around Tama-plaza Station
Living around Tama-plaza Station has its perks
Muji store at Tama-plaza area
Category: Shopping, Food
The Tama Plaza Terrace is located right next to Tama-plaza Station on the Tokyu Den-entoshi Line, and is a great place for shopping and eating for those living in the area

5 English Bookstores in Tokyo
A guide to the metropolis's international book world
A sight for sore eyes
Category: Shopping
Finding English books in Japan takes work. This will make it easier for you: a collection of five top English-language collections in bookstores around Tokyo. You're welcome!

American Day in Misawa
A day dedicated to American Culture in rural Japan
welcome to America land
Category: Sports, Culture, Festivals, Shopping, Food
American Day in Misawa offers a unique experience of how a foreign community chooses to celebrate it's culture out in rural Japan. 

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