Furoshiki is Japan’s historic cloth that is the epitome of the three Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle). Read about its eco-friendly convenience and trendiness with special guest – Tappy!
We are back with the second part of Saitama Railway Museum. Thank you so much for your patience. This time we will show you sections that makes this museum so special.
When you travel in Japan, it is impossible to avoid using train (because it can take you literally anywhere in the country).
But still, isn’t it boring to just ride on train? Since Japan is a country with possibly the most advanced transportation system, tons of rich history lie behind it.
“En Japanese Natural Store” bringing you local products from every corner in Japan
Just a 1-minute whisk away from the nearest station, Japanize Guest House & Bar is the perfect, simple solution for visitors hoping to stay in Tokyo for less.
Unanimously known as Tokyo’s hippest neighbourhood, this place is scattered with many charming vintage stores, cool cafes and indie entertainment. In this article, we’ll give you a taste of the eccentric Shimokitazawa.
When you hear Hakone, what do you think of?Onsen? Mt Fuji?
In this article I hope to introduce some parts of Hakone you might not know about. Continue reading “Hakone by Odakyu Romance car”