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Culture, Etiquettes

6 things bother Japanese people by tourists

Going to Japan? Japan has been known as the "Hospitality" country for visitors, but there is a little controversy between Japanese people and overseas tourists in recent years. The basic of the Japanese spirit is "Consider other people" first, and might be you feel different in some situations. You are the guest to visit Japan, yet you should understand etiquette and manners to keep a comfortable relationship with each other in Japan.
Culture, Etiquettes

13 Japanese Etiquettes and Manners On Trains, Subways, and Shinkansen

Here are 13 Japanese etiquettes and manners you need to know when you use public transportations in Japan such as trains, subways, and Shinkansens. If you don't read this, your behavior may bother local Japanese people.
Culture, Etiquettes

11 Facts Other Websites Never Tell You About Japanese Dos and Don’ts

Be scared about Japanese picky manners and etiquettes? You are the tourists and the Japanese want you to enjoy traveling in Japan more than anything! I am going to tell you today that things GENERALLY the Japanese don't do in public, but these things don't mean that you should do. Grab a cup of coffee, and read relax!
Culture, Etiquettes

Japanese Shopping Etiquette Tips; The Native Guide Tells You Basics

Japan is one of the countries that people care about manners and etiquette in their lifestyle. If you plan to visit Japan, you may concern about the Japanese complex manners and etiquette in each situation. But, don't worry too much! Read this and be calm. Today, I am going to tell you about shopping etiquette tips for you.
Food & Drinks

The Quick Guide of Japanese nostalgic culture; Kissaten and Napolitan Spaghetti, not a misspelling

First of all, "Napolitan" is not my mis-spelling because I am not talking about Neapolitan food. In this article, I am using "Napolitan" on purpose which is close to Japanese pronunciation. "Napolitan Spaghetti" is the Japanese style stir-fried spaghetti with Tomato ketchup-based sauce, which has been loved as comfort "Kissaten" food for many years in Japan. Due to the "retro boom" in Japan, this nostalgic food came back as well as "retro Kissaten" in recent years. In this site, I am going to explain the history of "Napolitan spaghetti" and Kissa-ten.
Food & Drinks

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.
Food & Drinks

Foodies! Don’t Miss These Staple Osaka Food From The Nation’s Kitchen; With Little Bit Trivia From The Japanese Guide

The nation's kitchen, The gourmet city, The foodie's city...Osaka has many nicknames because of full of delicious delicacies. The ultimate Osaka food guide from the native Japanese. With interesting trivia.
travel tips

How to get “TAX REFUND” when you shop in Japan

Do you know how to get a tax refund before you leave Japan? In Japan, the procedure of tax refund is different from other countries. If you have the plan to enjoy shopping for merchandise "made in Japan" , I will tell you steps to tax refund.
Japan Rail Pass

Japan Rail Pass and Narita Express Guide [JAN, 2020 updated]

Going to Japan? Considering to buy Japan Rail Pass? Are you arriving at Narita airport? Japan Rail Pass can save lots of money and your hassle if you are an active traveler. If you still wonder whether to purchase the Japan rail pass or not, I can help you make up your mind on this site with showing costs.
Things to do

2 Days Deep Osaka Itinerary “DAY 2”; The Takoyaki Vendor Hopping, Shopping, And More Osaka Food

Discover Osaka with my 2 days itinerary. Things To Do, Getting around, where to eat, what to eat. Packing all popular & deep Osaka spots. Lots of trivia from the Japanese native guide.
Things to do

2 days Deep OSAKA Itinerary “Day 1” [Updated]

Discover Osaka with my 2 days itinerary. Things To Do, Getting around, where to eat, what to eat. Packing all popular & deep Osaka spots. Lots of trivia from the Japanese native guide.
Things to do

DAISO in Japan; Take A Peek Japanese Unique 100 Yen Shop and Learn Japanese Culture

DAISO is the largest 100 yen store in Japan. You can't get out once you enter the wonderland. Now, there are many stores worldwide, you may already know it. However, there are more items in Japan, for local Japanese people. If you travel to Japan someday, you should stop and see DAISO. Find something unique and cute. In this site, I pick up something unique and share Japanese life behind items.
travel tips

Yokoso Osaka Ticket; One Of Travel Pass To Think About For Osaka Japan Trip [updated]

Arriving in Kansai Int'l airport? Nankai Rapi:t is the fastest & comfortable way to get to downtown Osaka. when buying "Yokoso Osaka Ticket", you will get to Downtown and start sightseeing easily & quickly. Plus get discount prices for attractions.
Things to do

The Ultimate Osaka Aquarium And Tempozan Harbor Village Guide; Kaiyukan, The Ferris Wheel, Santa Maria Cruise

Planning a trip to Osaka? Do you love aquariums? Osaka Aquarium is surely the best spot to go because you never get tired of the spectacular aquarium and also Osaka bay area. There is a large leisure complex that has many restaurants, and attractions. In this site, telling you the access, general information and tips to enjoy the aquarium, so check out this ultimate Osaka Aquarium travel guide!
travel tips

The Ultimate Osaka Kaiyu Pass Guide; The day pass For Osaka Aquarium & Transportation [Updated 2020]

Add Osaka Aquarium in the Japan trip bucket list! Here's the ultimate guide about Osaka "Kaiyukan" aquarium & transportation combo tickets.
travel tips

1 DAY Pass For Unlimited Osaka Metro And City Bus Rides; Enjoy ECO Card

Visiting Osaka, Japan? There is a 1-day pass that gives you all-you-can-ride Osaka Metro(subway) and city buses with discount prices for popular sightseeing attractions. If you want to know more details, better read this.
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