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There's nothing better than enjoying a sip of sake, some snacks and relaxing under the cherry blossoms. #Ueno Park is one of #Tokyo's best places to do it! Here we share how to prep for the ultimate #sakura picnic. ('ecute' in JR Ueno Station conveniently has everything you need!) #pr
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Are you interested in Japanese "Omamori" (good luck charm)? Omamori is good item for a Japanese souvenir! There are so many designs and meanings of Omamori. Charm for good healh, longevity, relationship, safe travel and so on... In our previous article, we introduce from the basic information to in-depth information such as the attractions and meanings of Omamori. The information must be useful when you buy your Omamori. Why don't you get an Omamori which is suitable for you!
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Just a two-hour train ride from the bright lights of Tokyo, you'll find the urban escape of your dreams. Nikko offers centuries-old shrines to explore, natural hot springs with views of brilliant fall foliage, and Japan's first Western-style hotel. Get out of the city and dive into historic Nikko with this ultimate guide.
Saying Tokyo is overwhelming to visit is a gross understatement. Searching for a decent happy place to unwind or simply enjoy a lazy afternoon can become a full on, all-consuming quest. Read more: https://matadornetwork.com/life/12-spots-frequent-t...
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There’s a distinct pulse to Japan’s capital city, a heartbeat that gives it the radiant, upbeat energy it’s so famous for. And nowhere is that rhythmic beat felt stronger than in the city’s many markets. From modern-day farmers markets to ancient ba...
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Tokyo has become an annual destination for us. We always return to our favorite places, but try to add in a few new activities/sites each time. Our hotel is consistent though - we love basing out of the Park Hyatt Tokyo.
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