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Guide to Using the Tokyo Yamanote Train

Guide to Using the Tokyo Yamanote Train

How To Travel In Japan Without Speaking Japanese  One of the major considerations with travelling in Japan is the inscrutable Japanese language.   But, really, just how difficult is it to travel around Japan when you don't speak the lingo?  Well, it probably isn't as big an issue or potential problem as you might fear.  So, if you don't speak Japanese and you want to know if you can still explore Japan without the minimum of headaches then read on! CLICK TO READ ARTICLE

How To Travel In Japan Without Speaking Japanese One of the major considerations with travelling in Japan is the inscrutable Japanese language. But, really, just how difficult is it to travel around Japan when you don't speak the lingo? Well, it probably isn't as big an issue or potential problem as you might fear. So, if you don't speak Japanese and you want to know if you can still explore Japan without the minimum of headaches then read on! CLICK TO READ ARTICLE

Asakusa is the site of Tokyo’s oldest temple, called Sensoji. People come to the temple to pray and smell the burning incense in front of the temple. The incense is meant to help prevent illnesses. Asakusa is also a wonderful place to photograph traditional Japanese culture. Leading up to the temple are markets and shops selling many kinds of souvenirs and food. The Tokyo Skytree can also been seen from here.

Asakusa is the site of Tokyo’s oldest temple, called Sensoji. People come to the temple to pray and smell the burning incense in front of the temple. The incense is meant to help prevent illnesses. Asakusa is also a wonderful place to photograph traditional Japanese culture. Leading up to the temple are markets and shops selling many kinds of souvenirs and food. The Tokyo Skytree can also been seen from here.

Kashiwaya Ryokan offers a foreigner and tattoo-friendly yet authentic onsen experience within toe-dipping distance of central Tokyo.

Kashiwaya Ryokan offers a foreigner and tattoo-friendly yet authentic onsen experience within toe-dipping distance of central Tokyo.

Japan is one of the biggest foodie cities in the world. Here is a list of the cute, weird & best places to eat in Tokyo!

Craft Supplies in Tokyo! Trying to find your way around Tokyo's craft and art supply stores can be super challenging! Check out this guide on the best places to visit, with insider tips, addresses, and directions to make your next crafty visit to Tokyo hassle free and fun! | by Kitty & Buck

Craft Supplies in Tokyo! Trying to find your way around Tokyo's craft and art supply stores can be super challenging! Check out this guide on the best places to visit, with insider tips, addresses, and directions to make your next crafty visit to Tokyo hassle free and fun! | by Kitty & Buck

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