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Shizuoka is one of Japan's most famous tea cultivation regions—and for a good reason, too!
At the Ponshukan in Yuzawa, you can wait for your train while drinking vending-machine sake and bathing in an onsen where the hotspring water is enriched with sake.
Have your mochi pounded at breakneck speed by champion mochi-making experts before eating it fresh and warm on the spot.
Previously known as Piss Alley, over 60 bars and restaurants are crammed along the side of Shinjuku JR station on the grounds used by post-war black market traders.
Gonpachi, otherwise known as the 'Kill Bill Restaurant' located in the heart of Roppongi is one of Japan's best tourist hotspots for any movie fanatic.
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Traditional Japanese cuisine—washoku—has been registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 2013. For both foreign residents and tourists, it is one of the highlights of Japan.
Nonbei Yokocho, or Drunkard's Alley, is a tiny pathway spitting distance from Shibuya Crossing jammed with tiny bars, restaurants and izakayas. It's like a pocket version of Old Tokyo, and somehow still remains relatively hidden and unknown despite its sensational location.
Have you ever been to animal café in Japan? Animal cafes in Tokyo are very famous among both animal lovers from Japan or around the world.