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Source:Japan Info Learn About the Production of Delicious Beer in 3 Breweries Near Tokyo Tokyo is a city bustling with colleagues and friends carousing in drinking establishments that litter the streets of the capital. It’s thanks to Tokyo’s production of … Continue reading Learn About the Production of Delicious Beer in 3 Breweries Near Tokyo
Ever wonder what it’s like to watch a sumo match? We’ll show you the ins and outs of the sensational sumo world in Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Hall!
Let’s pick up where we left off from Part 1. I will introduce you to the rest of Tokyo and then give some tips for those who plan to visit for the first time.
Cherry blossom, or sakura (桜), is a national treasure in Japan. Each year, hundreds of thousands of Japanese people and tourists flock to cherry blossom viewing areas for hanami (花見) or flower viewing parties. This is not a new trend as flower viewing has been a pastime for many eras. Transport yourself to the hanami of the past by visiting Japan’s “Five Great Sakura Trees” – the “Nihon Godai Zakura (日本五大桜)”.
“Kamakura” is easily accessible just 1 hour from Shinjuku (Tokyo) using the JR Shonan Shinjuku Line. It has a traditional Japanese feel, so it is very much recommended.