Find your name in Japanese Kanji

Do you know? that most of us (tourists in Japan) also have names in Japanese letters or Kanji.

We’d like to introduce you guys to “Senjya Fuda” or Japanese wooden name tag. Let’s come and find out how your name is written in Kanji.

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Real Escape Game : Mysterious Hunter X

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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Wild life in Meiji jingu

For those of you who are traveling in Tokyo or are thinking about coming to the capital of Japan, you’ve probably either heard of, been to, or plan on going to the Meiji Jingu Shrine in Harajuku. Being one of the oldest of most renowned shrines in Tokyo.

The Meiji Jingu was built in (big surprise) the Meiji Era as a token of dedication and honour of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shōken for their tremendous contributions to the Meiji Restoration. Continue reading “Wild life in Meiji jingu”