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!
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.
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.
Reserve the seat for luggage on Shinkansen beginning May 2020 in Japan
Going to Japan? Know the new luggage rule of Shinkansen coming up in May of 2020 that you must know? Many foreign tourists don't know there is no baggage storage on Shinkansen on Goldenroute, and they really don't know what to do and cause troubles between tourists and other passengers. This site tells you what is the new rule and what to do for the Japan trip.
Narita Express & Shinkansen Report, how to buy Narita Express and Shinkansen ticket at Narita Airport
If you are not sure what to do after arriving in Japan, this page may give you some hints to get to know the steps to get out of the airport. The steps I am telling you on this site is generally my routine every time I go back to Japan. Read this site so that you will learn about Narita airport, Narita Express, transfer to Shinkansen.
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.
6 Periods to avoid traveling to Japan
Traveling to Japan? Do you know 6 periods to avoid traveling to Japan? Better consider avoiding certain periods and seasons in Japan before making your plan. Trust me, I am a Japanse and don't go back to these periods if I could, especially the Golden week and New Year's holiday. What is Golden Week? If you want to know I will tell you here about 4 long holidays and 2 seasons that you don't want to travel to Japan.
The Useful Free Apps for traveling to Japan [2020 updated]
Want to know the latest best apps for traveling in Japan? I am going to tell you apps that you need to download for travel information, map & navigations, translation, taxi, safety alarm, and free wifi searching in Japan.
How to get to TOYOTA KAIKAN MUSEUM by Nagoya subway
Planning to visit TOYOTA KAIKAN MUSEUM in Toyota city from Nagoya city, Japan? There are several ways to get the museum by public transportations, and you can't avoid changing trains. I visited there in February 2020 with the easiest and cheapest way from Nagoya city, so I can tell you how I get there by Nagoya subway and the bus.
11 sightseeing places you can go; the sightseeing route bus “Me~guru” in Nagoya [2020 guide]
If you are planning to visit Nagoya, Japan, there is a sightseeing route bus to help you see around effectively and easily. The bus starts from Nagoya station bus terminal and stops 11 attraction spots such as Nagoya Castle, Tokugawa garden and downtown Sakae. However, it will not be worth it if the sightseeing places are not interesting for you. So I will tell the summary of 11 sightseeing spots in this site, and consider how you want to visit around Nagoya.
Driving in Japan; How To Stay Safe In The 11 Things You Should Know About
Driving in Japan? Are you sure about traffic rules and Japanese driving habits? Do you understand Japanese traffic signs? Recently, the number of car accidents caused by international drivers have been increasing in Japan due to different rules and language barriers. To save your life, I picked up 11 things you should know Japanese rules and customs before you drive in Japan. If you plan to drive a car in Japan, read carefully and learn about things you should know.
Why My 5 Tips To Find Flight Ticket To Japan Could Make Better Price & Better Trip
Plan for Japan Trip? Do you want to know the hacks for booking the flight ticket? I can tell 5 tips to find the ticket to make your trip cut-budget and also comfortable.
[Japan Rail Pass] How to get to Osaka from Narita Airport
Planing to going to Osaka from Narita Airport? Want to know how to transfer to the bullet train from Narita Express? I am going to tell you how to get to Osaka by Shinkansen with Japan Rail Pass from Narita Airport step by step in this site.
How to buy Narita Express ticket at Narita Airport
Don't you want to get confused after arriving at Narita airport in Japan? Are you planning to take Narita Express to Tokyo from the airport? To make your trip easy, I will tell you steps and tips to buy the ticket for Narita Express and also Shinkansen ticket at Narita Airport.
The Ultimate Guide; The prepaid transportation card in Japan
One of the things you need in Japan is the prepaid transportation card, called "IC card". Although you are a Japan Rail Pass holder, you can't travel without the IC card, because public transportations such as subways and city buses are very handy to see around IN THE CITY, and most of the cases, JR line covers lines as the connection of suburbs. Using the IC card is very common in Japan, it's rechargeable and refundable. Easy to get, easy to charge. In this site, I will explain what is the IC card, how it works and how to refund it before leaving Japan.
How to get the cutest prepaid transportation card in Tokyo
Do you want the cutest prepaid transportation card in Tokyo, Japan? "Pasmo Passport" is produced for short-term foreign travelers who want to bring back the prepaid card as a Japanese gift. Three Sanrio characters, Hello Kitty, Pompom purin, and Cinnamon roll on the card cheers you every time you take out your pocket. On this site, I will explain what "Pasmo Passport" is, how it works, where you can buy. I give you information about how I got it at Narita Airport too.