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Onigiro Pocket Japan Sep 21
noodles are made with buckwheat flour and are extremely popular in . On you next , why don’t you try yakisoba at festival food stalls or zarusoba at local restaurants?
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Kansai Curiosity 3h
✨Off the Beaten Path✨ As the tide of tourism returns to popular cities like Kyoto, consider visiting some historic temples a bit removed from the buzz around Kyoto station! 📍 Jizoin Temple (14th cen.) 🗺 Kyoto, Japan
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Onigiro Pocket Japan 17h
Blooming at the end of September, Lily spiders sign the beginning of . If you’re a fan of Ghoul, you’ll definitely will recognize them!
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Onigiro Pocket Japan Sep 20
lunch box (bento) are extremely popular in , both at school & work. While riding trains, you can buy & eat ekiben (station-bento) to save time during your .
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Onigiro Pocket Japan Sep 18
Katakai Firework Festival helds a for the biggest single firework shot: Shou-yonshakudama, over 400 kg of gunpowder. The event features 15.000 shots, on two days, 9 & 10 September.
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Visit Japan Sep 21
The Yamanashi prefecture is the largest producer of grapes in Japan and famous for its wine. You will find over 80 wineries in this region where you can purchase Yamanashi wine to enjoy at home or as a souvenir for friends and family.
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Visit Japan Sep 20
Mochi has been a beloved staple in Japan cuisine for ages. It can be enjoyed either sweet or savory and prepared in many different ways. What is your favorite way to eat mochi?
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Visit Japan 10h
Japan is full of natural beauty such as forests, mountains, and rivers. Use this brand new guide to explore and discover the many outdoor and adventure travel activities Japan has to offer.
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Visit Japan 21h
Folding a paper crane can be difficult for beginners, but this manga guide will teach you how to create the perfect origami crane.
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Visit Japan Sep 18
Enjoy virtual tours of popular attractions in Tokyo and Kyoto right from the comfort of your own home.
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Onigiro Pocket Japan Sep 19
There are many green tea types in , each of them has a specific use, like for traditional breakfast and for tea ceremony. Would you visit a tea farm on you next ?
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Visit Japan Sep 21
Shochu has a different taste than sake because the ingredients are made from items like sweet potatoes, wheat and rice. Each ingredient influences the various flavors you will find in each Shochu.
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Robin’s World Travel 14h
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Japan Localized 2h
Walking through our half day walking tour of Kyoto @ Kyoto, Japan
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えくそんぬぁろっと Sep 17
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BraverGuide Sep 20
Life on a Serene Mountaintop in Japan. Read about our visit to the Kongobu-Ji Temple, Koyasan, Japan. . . .
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えくそんぬぁろっと Sep 19
updated blog. #和歌山ミオ#chineserestaurant
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Visit Japan Sep 19
The Kimonoforest at Randen’s Arashiyama station is a path created by 600 pillars covered in Kyo Yuzen fabric. Visitors can wear a traditional kimono while walking through for the full experience.
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Visit Japan Sep 19
A new Yokocho has opened in Toranomon Hills Business Tower that features over 20 restaurants and an in-house distillery. Be sure to add this to your future travel bucket list.
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Visit Japan Sep 17
Although you don’t have to eat at a Michelin star restaurant to have a great meal in Japan, Tokyo has the most Michelin star restaurants in the world, while Kyoto and Osaka are in the top five.
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