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13 Cool Things To Do In Tokyo in the Morning

Tokyo is a not a friend to the early riser – or the jetlagged. On my recent trip, I woke up every morning around 5 am and, after a couple of hours enjoying lounging about, I was raring to explore…...

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2018.7.6 Warning for Heavy Rains

Updated: 20 July 2018 Please refer to this site for information and updates about the recent heavy rain in Japan: https://www.japan.travel/en/news/2018-7-6-warning-for-heavy-rains/ For more information on the status of affected prefectures, please visit this site: https://www.japan.travel/en/news/2018-7-20-recovery-updates-in-western-japan/  ...

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Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair 2018

Partners Information: Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair (KYOMAF) is an annual event held in September in the ancient capital of Kyoto. This year it will be held in Miyako Messe and Kyoto International Manga Museum over 2 days, on September…...

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Goshikigahara Forest Nature Tour

Partners Information: Mt Norikura Goshikigahara Forest is a vast 3,000 hectare forested area located at the south end of Chubu-Sangaku National Park. It is truly a treasure box of nature with clear rivers, waterfalls, wetlands, lakes, ponds, plants, flowers, native…...

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Japan Shopping Festival Summer 2018

Partners Information: This summer, grab a bargain at Japan Shopping Festival, one of Japan’s largest shopping campaigns for overseas visitors. Japan Shopping Festival is held twice a year. Department stores, shopping malls, electronic appliance retailers, and outlet stores participate and offer…...

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Nippon Rent-A-Car 2018 Summer Promotion

Partners Information: Nippon Rent-A-Car is offering My account Members 15% off as a Summer Promotion. Enjoy summer driving in Japan at a discount with Nippon Rent-A-Car! Promotion period July 1 – September 30, 2018 (excluding August 10-15) Method Log in to…...

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Sawara Festival Participation Tour

Partners Information: The only thing better than attending an authentic Japanese village festival is actively joining in the dancing, songs and celebrations with the residents, and that’s what our lucky tour participants will do! Each tour participant will become a Matsuri-festival performer…...

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Hiking Mt Kurohime – Nagano Prefecture

Partners Information: This summer, hike up Mt Kurohime, a national park in Nagano Prefecture. Enjoy many kinds of flowers, a variety of forests, moss and high-rise wetlands along the mountain trail. See the Northern Alps and Mt Fuji from the summit of…...

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Favourite Things to do for Families in Tokyo

A holiday to Tokyo is a fabulous choice for families – this friendly, buzzing city is perfect for adults and kids and will have you on your feet exploring for as long as you can, each and every day of…...

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Ikigai: Find Your Passion and Purpose the Japanese Way

What is ikigai (生き甲斐)? Pronounced ick-ee-guy, ikigai roughly translates to ‘reason for being’, and is essentially your true passion and calling in life—what gets you up every morning. This age-old ideology offers the answer to the one question that has…...

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Top 10 Regional Japan Experiences

A short trip from any major city, in any direction, is a Japan often overlooked. With plenty to see, do and eat, regional Japan is the place to be if you’re looking to avoid the tourist traps and discover the…...

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Sumida River Fireworks Festival

Partners Information: Sumida River Fireworks Festival – The oldest fireworks festival in Japan The Sumida River Firework Festival is one of the largest and most famous fireworks festivals in Tokyo. The annual event dates back to the Edo period. Enjoy watching around…...

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Moreing Karuizawa

Karuizawa is a mountain resort town in Nagano Prefecture. From Tokyo, it’s a 65 min one-way trip by Hakutaka Shinkansen or 75 mins if you take the slightly slower Asama Shinkansen (both are covered by the JR Pass). In winter, Karuizawa…...

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International Tourist Tax

Effective from Monday, 7th January 2019, visitors to Japan will pay a 1,000 yen departure tax to expand and enhance the country’s tourist infrastructure — a small tax that will make a significant difference. Revenue from the International Tourist Tax…...

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Notice about Private Lodging in Japan

In Japan, from June 15 when the Private Lodging Business Act (hereinafter “PLB Act”) becomes effective, any intermediary activities to reserve rooms at accommodations not licensed under the Inns and Hotels Act or those not duly registered under the PLB…...

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