Kyoto’s Sakura Secrets

March 28, 2020
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If you’ve been stressed as you plan your Kyoto cherry blossom, that ends today.

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Himeji Starts Here

March 27, 2020
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If you’re planning to take a Himeji day trip, you’re in the right place.

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Taste the Hi-Chew Rainbow

March 17, 2020
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Whether you’re a Hi-Chew candy expert or have never tasted it, you’re going to find the next few paragraphs delicious.

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How to Choose a Base a Tokyo

March 17, 2020
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The question of the best area to stay in Tokyo is a complicated one to answer.

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The Great Narita Train Debate

March 1, 2020
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The Narita Express vs Skyliner question is a relatively simple one to answer, once you know all the facts.

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All the Ways to Haneda and Back

February 29, 2020
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Traveling from Haneda Airport to Tokyo is a quick journey, but like most things in Japan isn’t necessarily simple.

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Battle of Tokyo’s Towers

February 29, 2020
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The Tokyo Skytree vs Tokyo Tower debate often begins with a clarification.

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Perfect Tokyo Panorama Spots

February 29, 2020
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Where can you get the best view of Tokyo?

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The Ultimate Tokyo Train Station Guide

February 28, 2020
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Before you worry about navigating the labyrinthine Shinjuku Station, you should attend to a more fundamental task.

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The Tokyo Underground, De-mystified

February 27, 2020
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Nearly 9 million people travel through the Tokyo underground system every day, many of whom are literal schoolchildren.

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