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Guide To Roppongi, Tokyo
Fun things to do from day to night!
Roppongi, the beverly hills of Tokyo where the rich and famous reside, is also crowned for its bustling night scene. A city for night dwellers, not only has numerous bars and cafes sprawled along its street, has a great mix of magnificent museums, michelin-starred restaurants, and state-of-the-art skyscrapers.  
Yuzawa Inukko Dog Festival
A tribute to the faithful Akita
Inukko, dog festival is held every second weekend in February in Yuzawa City Akita
The Makabe Stone Lanterns
Five hundred years of tradition
Weather you are visiting in Japan for a few days or have been living here for a few months, you'll eventually find yourself visiting a temple or two during you're stay here. They can be found everywhere through out Japan and while their layouts may be different depending on the area they are all commonly decorated with traditional statues. These statues and lanterns have more significance than their beauty. If you want to find out more about the origin and significance of them then, you'll want to visit Makabe town in Ibaraki Prefecture.
The Sumida Hokusai Museum
Creating ukiyo-e waves in Tokyo's Ryogoku district
The Sumida Hokusai Museum is dedicated to world-renowned ukiyo-e artist, Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849), located in the same Ryogoku area of Tokyo where Hokusai was born and spent much of his life.
Hakone Yosegi Zaiku Woodcraft
Tradition, Craft and Art in the mountains of Hakone
Learn more about Hakone Yosegi Zaiku, the wonderful traditional craft created in a small village in the Hakone mountains 200 years ago.
Asakusa Farm Bar & Hurom Slow Juicer
Homemade juices with unique Japanese taste
Interesting Juice Bar hidden behind Kaminari-mon, Asakusa
Sato Yosuke Udon Restaurant, Yokote
A restaurant and a museum under one roof
A traditional udon restaurant in a store house in Akita
The Akita Nairiku Line in Winter
Going slow through the snow
Take a ride through a rural snowscape and discover the magic of rural Japan along the Akita Nairiku Line.
Jizake-dokoro Tachibana Liquor shop
Look for your favorite local sake in Kumamoto
Jizake-dokoro Tachibana Liquor Shop sources selected sakes directly from producers in Kumamoto and other prefectures. You would be excited when you see their huge variety of stock. On their website they say that they don’t sell online as they prefer to “serve our customers directly with our selected items”. So if you talk with them, “I love this type of sake…,” they would definitely give some recommendations. Even if you don’t travel all over Japan, you should be able to find your favourite brands here.
Hasegawa Ramen
One of Kitakata's most popular shops
Hasegawa Ramen (はせ川 松山店) up in Fukushima's Kitakata region is one of the more popular ramen shops in the area, serving up local Kitakata style ramen in a variety of bowls.
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