“Little Edo” Kawagoe 1 Day Tour
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 boiterous, but more tranquil and relaxing. Continue reading “1 DAY IN “LITTLE EDO” KAWAGOE”
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!
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“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.
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Izu Inatori is a birthplace of “Hina no Tsurushi Kazari” ! This tradition of the Edo era, it used to be the replacement of Hina Dolls for common people.There are Peaches (longevity), Monkey (amulet), Triangle (medicine bags, incense bags) as a base, there are 50 kinds of work!
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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.
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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.
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Every time we go stay in the Traditional Japanese Style Hotel or Hostel, called “Ryokan”, we often see a room with flooring and interior made by Mulberry Paper (Washi Paper).
A Japanese Mat so called “Tatami”, is what makes traditional accommodation unique and appealing to people around the world.
What if you get to see how this elaborate craft is made from the start, how cool will that be? It is quite rare experience even for Japanese people!!
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