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.
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.
[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.
Sending the baggage with online booking in Japan
Traveling to Japan? Don't you want to see around Japan as soon as possible when you arrive in Japan without hauling big suitcases? Or you don't want to drag them after exhausting long flights. Here, the new service of delivery suitcases with an online booking without worrying about the language barrier, which is called "Luggage Free Travel" produced by Yamato Transport and the other two companies. You can skip to fill out a waybill, you can save time and also travel stress-free. Today I am going to explain the service and how to step into the procedure.
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.
How to send luggage to the hotel from the airport in Japan
NOT A MINIMALIST traveler? When you arrive in Japan, you can use the delivery service which is the best in the world! Just drop your suitcase at the airport and travel with hand-free! There are many stairs and people in Japan, so it will be much easier to walk around without hauling baggage. Moreover, most Shinkansen cars don't have baggage storage yet. You will be confused when you get on Shinkansen how to hold a suitcase. On this site, I will tell you about the delivery service at the airport.
1-day itinerary in Nagoya For the first visit
Going to Nagoya, Japan or skipping sightseeing Nagoya? Nagoya is the largest city in the central region and it also is perfect to see around for one day because the city is compact and public transportation is developed. I give you the perfect 1-day itinerary in Nagoya, using subways, directions and where you can eat.
Public transportations around Nagoya, Japan
Traveling around Nagoya, Japan? Nagoya has great public transportation networks to make your trip easy and satisfying. It is very possible to make a day-trip to the surroundings to see the countryside of Japan. Even inside of Nagoya, subways & city buses covers the whole city. To learn about public transportations in the Nagoya area, the site will help you to give hints for the itinerary.
Nagoya can be a base or worth to stop for Japan trip?
If you find the cheaper flight or the direct ticket to Nagoya from your airport for your Japan trip, think about using Nagoya as the base before getting disappointed. Nagoya is located in the central of Japan and closer to Kyoto and Osaka. The access to downtown Nagoya from the airport is easy, and actually Nagoya city and its surroundings may catch your attention such as Toyota city, Takayama city and Ise Jingu Shrine. On this site, I explain the location of Nagoya, Shinkansen and the airport information.
Ultimate Kaiyukan Guide; Osaka Aquarium and Tempozan market place
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!
Yokoso Osaka Ticket; The discount ticket to downtown from Kansai International Airport [October 1, 2019 – March 31, 2020]
Arriving at Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Japan? There is a discount ticket to downtown that includes a day pass for subways and buses. Nankai Rapi:t is the fastest and comfortable way to get to downtown Osaka. If you think about it, read this site. I will explain the details.