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Yokohama Chinatown
Good place to treat yourself with shopping and food!
Yokohama Chinatown is a popular place for shopping and food with local people as well as tourists.
Reminiscing the Climb up Mount Fuji
Up and down the mountain in 13 hours
From fifth station to the peak, up and down Mount Fuji in 13 hours.
Suwa Grand Shrine in Nagano
A complex of four Shinto shrines at Suwa Lake
Suwa Taisha is the oldest Shinto shrine in Japan and the head shrine of the Suwa network of shrines, composed of more than ten thousand individual shrines in Japan.
My Brief, Yet Amazing Japan Sojourn
Why I love Japan even more after my trip
This article sums up my short, but amazing trip to Japan in late January 2016. Discussed in this are things that initially perked up my fascination of the East Asian country, to the actual experience of visiting Japan, which furthered my admiration of a country and people that rose up from the ashes of defeat and destruction in World II to become one of the richest countries in the world.
Bring Home a Piece of Japan
A short guide on selecting souvenirs
A short guide on selecting snacks, art, and experience as souvenirs from Japan!
An Oasis of Serenity in Ito
Hike up the cliff and feel the town
A day or two in Ito town, on the Izu Peninsula in Japan's Shizuoka prefecture, is a good way to recharge yourself. The vibe is tranquil yet warm, and there's spectacular nature nearby. It's like you have stumbled upon an oasis, where you can lose yourself for a while and enjoy the serenity.
Zao Fox Village
Shiroishi's cute fox Reserve
On Mt. Zao near the Kawarago Dam in Miyagi Prefecture sits an animal reserve specializing in foxes known as Fox Village.
24 Hours in Shibuya and Harajuku
What to see if you're short on time
Short on time in Tokyo, but don't know what to see? Check out our guide to the very best attractions in Shibuya and Harajuku.
The Japanese Language Barrier
Don't just survive the language barrier, break it!
My experience moving to Japan without knowing any Japanese, surviving the language barrier, and slowly starting to break it.
How To Eat Vegetables In Japan
Without the meat surprises
There are moments during a trip to Japan as a vegetarian that you want to sit down and order something off the menu with certainty that there will be no surprise meat involved in the preparation or presentation of your food. Here are my 5 tips to try and take the stress headaches out of eating vegetarian / vegan in this wonderful country.
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