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Only 15 minutes away from Tokyo station there are Kokyogaien & HigashiGyoen National Gardens of the Imperial Palace. On the day I went to these gardens was gloomy and cloudy but thankfully this walk-along course is plenty doable even on … Continue reading KOKYOGAIEN & HIGASHIGYOEN NATIONAL GARDENS
Only 8 minutes away from the Osaka harbor, “Kaiyukan” is one of the largest aquariums in the world. It is well-known among tourists and local Japanese people which there are more than 2 million customers visiting annually. There are feeding shows from many members of aquarium, so be sure to check the schedule before you go!
What comes first to your mind about Chiba prefecture?
I guess it must be Tokyo Disneyland isn’t it?
Today I am going to introduce Kisarazu, a place where can be reached from central Tokyo within 1 and a half hour..
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Unwilling to idle away my time at home during the weekend, today I went to the Kagurazaka and Iidabashi area to have a carefree afternoon by using the Tokyo Metro 24 hour Ticket.
H.I.S. Japan and Keisei Railways has begun a Baggage Service and Day Tours at a very popular destination in Ueno station, Tokyo! H.I.S. has collaborated with Keisei Railways to spread the use of the Keisei Skyliner train, which is a … Continue reading Baggage Service & Day Tours at Ueno Station
A while ago, when the cherry trees were still blooming, I spent one of my holidays in Kawagoe–a small town in the Saitama Prefecture. Though being near Tokyo, Kawagoe often known as “Little Edo”, is a nostalgic town completely different from the urbanized Tokyo city. It is a place less busy and boisterous but more tranquil and relaxing.
Tokyo is one of the biggest cities in the world. Every corner of this place is very interesting and unique which I am sure that it will give you the feeling of “awe” at every degree
Somehow, this city is too big for those who just visited for the first time and they don’t even know where they should start.
So, I summarize all the information about things you need to know in order to explore whole Tokyo in the most economical and effective way possible. Let’s get started!!