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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If you are an animal lover,would you try Japan’s latest animal cafe trend?
With animals ranging from common pets to exotic species, pet cafes have become increasingly popular .The newest animal cafe is the hedgehog cafe named “Harry”.
I can’t wait to share my experience with these cute animals!
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Last week, I got to try out airsoft for the first time at Asobiba in Odaiba.
In my country, laser tag and paintball are more popular, but in Japan airsoft dominates the “survival game” scene.
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Sky Tree is undoubtedly one of Tokyo’s most famous landmarks. You can see Sky Tree from pretty much everywhere in Tokyo. But what if you don’t want to just look at it or go to the top?
This is definitely an activity worth checking out!
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Making my own Chusen Tenugui (Japanese cotton hand towel)! Have you ever wondered about the colorful, patterned cloths often found in souvenir shops? Those cloths are called “Tenugui”! Tenugui (手ぬぐい） are a patterned, thin … Continue reading Making Chusen Tenugui – Japanese hand towel