While some just want pictures for memories, some get a sacred writing and art souvenir to keep that only Japanese shrines and temples can give. It is called Goshuincho.
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Host Clubs are an interesting Japanese social phenomenon. Unlike "normal" clubs where you go for dancing, you go to host clubs to enjoy the company of nicely dressed and styled young Japanese guys and girls, the hosts.
'Seijin no Hi' or the the 'Coming of Age Day' is celebrated in Japan every year on the second Monday of January. Celebrations are conducted in every city in which all young people will join together. They will wear traditional Japanese costumes and enjoy the day dressed in traditional clothes rather than modern garb.
So you decided to venture in Japan and experience its culture, there are things that need to be considered in order to make your venture easier, smoother, and less confusing when visiting a country thats different from yours and cannot communicate due to a language barrier. This article will cover mostly the weather.
I want to showcase 5 Japanese sweets that you probably have not yet heard of but should definitely try on your next trip to Japan or if you can find them in a store with Japanese food items.
These elaborate, colorful, and heart-warming cards show a person's appreciation and affection for being helped in the previous year and help maintain good relationships in the year to come; they’re like Japan’s Christmas cards.
You never step into the same river twice is no truer for the ever changing Meguro River that runs through and defines Nakameguro. The area has gone through many incarnations from Edo times when Tokyo was a river city bustling with commerce and trade along the many rivers that crossed it.
As someone that planned and organized their working holiday stay in Japan on their own I took a look at what kind of services these agencies offer and provide my opinion whether it’s a good investment or whether you should rather spend the money for traveling while in Japan.