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Japanese Horoscope “The Year of the…”
Which zodiac sign are you? If you ask this question in the US, most people would answer the 12 constellations
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Celebrating Setsubun at Zojoji
Setsubun, held annually on February 3, is a traditional day to welcome in luck for the coming year. Compared to
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Meet “Sensoji,” the Oldest Temple in Tokyo
Being an all-time favorite among tourists, a typical weekend view in Asakusa is people smiling and taking photos in front
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Things (Not) to Expect When Staying in Japan
Staying for a long vacation? There are a few things to be aware of before staying in Japan for an
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“Fushimi Inari,” Kyoto’s Most Enchanting Shrine
Fushimi Inari Taisha has become one of the most visited and reviewed shrines in Japan. Situated in Kyoto, the shrine
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Japanese Proverb, “Haisui no jin” “Hakoiri-musume ni mushi ga tsuku” “Hana wa sakuragi, hito wa bushi”
Here is some of popular proverbs people in Japan still use in daily conversations. If you know these proverbs, not
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This is How we Japanese spend the New Years….Part two
Season’s greetings. 2016 is right around the corner and It’s an exciting time of year for the Japanese like any
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The Most Luxurious Train in Japan SEVEN STAR CRUISE TRAIN in Kyushu May 31st Departure
  Seven stars cruise train in Kyushu Japan called “Nanatsuboshi” now available exclusively by JTB The “Seven Stars in Kyushu”
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“The best breakfast in Japan” is ready for you at Kayotei.
If you come to the entrance of Kayotei for the first time it is evident that this is a very
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The Four Best Ryokan in Hokkaido by JTB customer survey in 2015
More than 6000 Ryokan and Hotels in Japan have contract with JTB and more than 9 million room will be
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This is How we Japanese spend the New Years….Part one
Season’s greetings. 2016 is right around the corner and It’s an exciting time of year for the Japanese like any
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Hatsumode: A Rite of Passage into the New Year
  Hastumode, or the first visit to a shrine in the new year, is often performed in Japan within the
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Japanese Proverb, ’’Gaden-insui’’ ’’Gei wa mi o tasukeru’’ etc..
Here is some of popular proverbs people in Japan still use in daily conversations. If you know these proverbs, not
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Tis The Season… How Japanese Celebrate Christmas
Wow… time flies and only a week left till Christmas! Those of you who have traveled to Japan around this
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Christmas Around Town: Tokyo During the Holidays
There is no place like Japan to enjoy the holidays. With magnificent illuminations and endless choices of holiday snacks, goods,
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Travel Hacks: Helpful Ideas for Your Japan Trip
Traveling to a foreign country can feel overwhelming sometimes. From transportation to dining out, the things that are easy to
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“Matsumoto Castle” called Crow Castle is National Treasure of Japan
Matsumoto castle is located in the Matsumoto city in Nagano Prefecture, where the Winter Olympic was held in 1998. The
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ESCORTED TOUR – GRAND AUTUMN FALL COLOR TOUR
Day 1/2 Honolulu – Kansai Airport We arrived at the Kansai Airport smoothly and the line at Immigration wasn’t long at
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Shirakawago & Gokashomura: Unlike Your Modern-Day McMansions
General Information About Shirakawago AND Gokashomura Nobody really knows how these villages started, or who started them. But one thing
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Nanzenji: Popular Yet Prestigious– Kyoto’s Zen Buddhist Temple
General Information About Nanzenji As one of the most prestigious Buddhist temple in Japan and ranked high among Japanese Buddhist
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The Ginkakuji Mystery: A NOT-SO-SILVER “Silver Temple”
General Information About Ginkakuji Along with Kin’kaku, at the “Golden Temple,” and Hiun’kaku, Gin’kaku, or the “Silver Building,” is renown
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Heianjingu: A Modern Interpretation Of An Ancient Palace
General Information About Heianjingu: Japanese history is unique in that the capitol has changed several times throughout history. Currently the
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Hida Takayama: Timeslip to EDO PERIOD
General Information About Hida Takayama What did Japan look like during the Edo Period? Well, luckily you don’t have to
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5 Common Phrases You’ll Hear
Visiting Japan? Not fluent in Japanese? There’s no need to worry. Japan, particularly main cities like Kyoto, Tokyo, Sapporo and
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