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Tucked away in the quiet neighbourhood of Inari-cho, 3 minutes from Ueno and Asakusa stations by subway is a photo studio called Studio Wasabi.
The studio itself is very stylish, and when you first enter, the space is superbly decorated in a traditional Japanese fashion. There is a modest elevated tatami in the back of the reception area, which is used for both their cultural classes and photo shoots. Finally, there is a spacious, fully equipped professional photography studio in the back, where most portraits are taken.
After doing some sightseeing in Hiroshima and paying a visit to the Rabbit Island, my friends and I moved on to the main part of our trip: Riding across 5 tiny islands to get to Shikoku.
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Every year around late-July to early August, lavender fields bloom fiercely in the northern island of Japan and tourists come from all over the country to witness this amazing sight. This article includes pointers, photo spot suggestions, and a list of must do things at the Furano Lavendar Farm.
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When travelling in Japan, if temples and shrines are too mainstream or a bit boring for you, you should definitely check out this blog. We gathered the most extreme activities to do in Japan, not only on land, and water but also in the sky!!
Japan has so many things waiting to surprise you. Are you ready?
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Recently, we had a chance to welcome the production team of “Catch Asia” at Harajuku tourist information center.
The production took one day. It went successfully and overall our guests enjoyed the activities recommended by our staffs.
Japan has many places where wild animals run free. From the deer wandering around Nara and Miyajima, to the remote cat island Tashirojima, there is something for everyone.
During my time off, I went to Hiroshima with my friends, making a stop by at Rabbit Island, called Okunoshima in Japanese.
Miyajima in Hiroshima prefecture is famous for having one of the three greatest views in Japan, along with Matsushima Bay (near Sendai) and Amanohashidate (near Kyoto).
During my break, I visited Hiroshima with my friends, taking a morning to visit the Itsukushima shrine on the island. The shrine is a world heritage site and is considered a must-see of the area.