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The Useful Guide; 7 Tips Make Your First Japan Trip Perfect Before Leaving

Planning to travel to Japan? Is it your first time? Are you sure you are collecting the right information to make your first Japan trip perfect? I am a frequent traveler to Japan and I can tell what you need to prepare things before leaving with 7 tips.
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Things You Should Know About Medical Emergency Before Traveling To Japan

Planning to visit Japan? Have you prepared everything for medical emergency situations abroad? Indeed, you will get sick easily while traveling due to irregular fatigue & circumstances. No one wants to get sick in foreign countries, especially there is a language barrier. This site tells you what you need to know and what need to do for your health care before traveling. This is very important for you so that you can receive medical care smoothly in Japan.
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Tanigumisan Kegonji – The Last Saigoku Kannon Pilgrimage Destination; My Secret Temple In Gifu, Japan

This temple is well-known as the last destination of the pilgrimage for local people, maybe not for international visitors much. Gifu prefecture is already recognized as a hidden sightseeing spot, moreover, this temple is also a hidden gem in the hidden prefecture. It is not suitable for the first Japan trip, but just reading my post is fun to know about the temple.
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Japan’s Winter Highlights

Is visiting Japan in winter worth the next vacation even if you don't ski? There is no reason to miss out on the perfect season to aim for light crowds, the chance of seeing your favorite winter contrasts-snow and historical buildings. During the winter months, various snow festivals are held in Japan, from traditional to modern-light art. Winter is from December to February in Japan, and the coldest month is generally February. Not only planning of fun attractions in Japan itinerary, you but also need to know what the winter is like in your destination. What to pack? What you should concern about?
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Heatstroke In Japan; How To Prevent Heat Stroke During Traveling In Japan’s Summer Season

After the rainy season in June, the weather will be rapidly hot and humid from July through September. Especially, in July and August, the hottest season in Japan, you really need to be careful of heat stroke and heat-related illness. There are many patients transported to hospitals every summer, read heatstroke prevention tips if you think about the summer trip to Japan.
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The Correct Way Bathing Practices; Do And Don’ts

The basics of the correct way to taking a bath at home for your relaxation and health. Bathing is well-known for self-care practices, but do you know you can lead to negative effects if you do wrong bathing. This is the ultimate guide to take a bath properly.
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Japanese Tea 101; Side Effects Of Barley Tea

Barley tea is very healthy, rich in minerals, and has a refreshing taste. Refreshing barley tea before and after training and bathing, especially during the summer season, can protect your body from overheating, which can cause heatstroke and heat shock. To reap the most benefits, avoid drinking more than 2 liters of tea a day. Barley tea is safe, read this post and get to know about healthy tea more.
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Japanese Hot Spring “Onsen” Effects; Health Benefits And Risks

Japan is home to Onsen as hot springs which are a highly popular destination among people who are looking for Japanese aesthetic. To enjoy public Onsen hot springs where people (monkeys!) go relax and soothe their stresses, you should know about Dos and Donts before traveling to Japan. The ultimate guide in this post tells you not only Onsen etiquette but also health risks when bathing is not the right way.
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Japanese Tea 101; Start The Barley Tea Life For Wellness

Learn more about Barley Tea, its uses health benefits, and how to brew barley tea at home. Barley tea is the common summer drink in Japan, not only its natty but clear taste but also has many health benefits such as heatstroke prevention. If you looking for a new type of tea for your healthy life, learn barley tea in this post!
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Misunderstanding? Kyushu In Japan Is Really The Tropical Winter?

Kyushu is the big island in the south of the main island in Japan. South? The Winter Weather is wonderfully warm and sunny, you won't have to wear a puffer coat...If you believe it in that way, you really need to read this post. Kyushu has a complex climate throughout the island, you really need to know what the temperature like when planning to Kyushu trip. Some places are as cold as the Tohoku region, and other places are enough warm to escape Japan's cold winter.
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6 + 1 Noodles You Should Eat In Nagoya, Japan (Updated)

Nagoya Japan Travel Tips & Nagoya Meshi Guide. Here is the ultimate native guide for Nagoya visitors & Foodie Travelers to tell you 6+1 Noodle Dishes must-eat. Misonikomi Udon, Taiwan Ramen, Kishimen, Teppan Spaghetti, Sugakiya.
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Winter In Japan; Beautiful Places Worth To Visit

Many visitors want to see Japan's beautiful winter contrast; Snow & Historical Buildings. Visiting in the winter, you can experience winter tradition not only these contrasts but also natures and even flowers that you can see in winter. Depends on where you travel, can be very cold or very mild. In this post, you can see winter destinations in each region in Japan.
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Winter Light Festivals In Japan

The vibrant light displays throughout Japan-the Incredible Winter Light Festival in Japan will be highlighted your winter vacation.
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Warmer Places In Japan; The Weather Guide For Winter Wimps

Insider tips To help winter wimps find the locale that best suits your winter vacation where you can avoid freak-out coldness and snow chaos which can ruin your itinerary. Looking for a warm winter destination in Japan can be hard; if you think it is cold below 10 ℃/50 F even in the daytime, Japan's winter is cold except for a few places. Read this post and determine whether you want to visit Japan in winter or compromise to visit those warmer places in this post.
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8 Winter Essentials That You Should Pack For Japan Trip

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Chugoku Region In Winter

Traveling to the Chugoku region in winter? Chugoku region is easy to access from Osaka, on the Shinkansen line. Great seafood and rich nature. Winter on the Seto inland seaside is almost the same cold as Tokyo, a little chilly but not like Hokkaido and Tohoku region. But when visiting, Shimane and Tottori facing the sea of Japan, you need to pack heavy winter essentials. Read this post to find out further what the winter like in the Chugoku region.
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The Japanese Calligraphy And Kakizome; Things You Want To Know

Kakizome is one of the Japanese new year's rituals that traditionally should be done on January 2nd of the new year. (casually, should be done between 2nd through 15th.) Focus on your new year's resolution and concentrate on carrying the "Fude" brush on each letter, each finish. I think it's a similar feeling to meditation, to focus on yourself.
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How To Clean Japanese Wooden Sake Ware

When picking up the traditional cool wooden sake set such as the Masu cup, a carafe, and cute little "Ochoko" cups, that you bought, you may get a little worried about how to use & clean them. This post tells you the important steps for using, cleaning, and storing.
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