Somehow, going to temple, shopping or trying cultural activities in Japan start to feel too mainstream for me. I wanna try something new, something exciting apart from going to the theme park.
Luckily, I found one in Asakusa. Only place that allows you to use your brain to hatch a plan and protect yourself from Killer Robots!! sounds cool, right?!!
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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!!
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Kappabashi Dougu Street, also known as Tokyo’s “Kitchen Town” conveniently sits between crown-magnets of Ueno and Asakusa. Not only is this street valuable for restaurant operators, it’s a great destination for souvenir-hungry tourists!
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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.
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It might have been a long time since some of us sent a letter by hand. If you have received one recently, you might remember the mark that is put over the postage stamp. This is called a “postmark”.
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I always take the subway around Tokyo, which means I never get the chance to see much of Tokyo when I’m on the move. So in this blog post, I’m going to tell you what it’s like to see the city of Tokyo from the top of a roofless bus – the Sky Hop Bus!
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Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese foods worldwide. Even in my home country, you can find sushi bars all over the city, selling a variety of traditional and more creative types of sushi roll. It is probably the most famous Japanese food!
In today’s blog I will tell you about my experience making sushi myself, with the help of the teachers at Chagohan in Asakusa.
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