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I recommend Akita to those who had been to Japan a few times and are trying to seek for a deeper Japan experience in their next journey. In Akita, you can enjoy hot springs, join the festivals, learn the local culture and appreciate its natural beauty. I am sure you will have a memorable and unforgettable journey here.
From the old merchants house from the Nineteenth Century, to an experience linking tea with Samurai and Geisha, here is a selection of some unique places for a Tea Ceremony, a quintessential Kyoto experience.
Ise katagami is an ancient Japanese craft where paper stencil were used to create ornaments on kimono and clothes.
Kakunodate is known as the Samurai District for good reason. Scattered throughout the town are remnants of the Satake clan’s great empire. Today, the heirs of the wealthiest samurai families preserve and proudly display their houses that survived the test of time.
JapanTravel compares the top five Kimono and Yukata hire shops in Kyoto, all close to the major attractions
The Iyo Kasuri Folk Craft Hall offers visitors a chance to try their hand at a traditional dyeing technique.
Did you ever dream of cooking like a Japanese chef? Cooking Sun studio teaches traditional Japanese cooking classes. For three hours, you can immerse yourself into a typical Japanese kitchen and discover how to use local ingredients in a fun and user-friendly way.
Summary of our Tokyo Japan Trip.