A Guide to Japanese Summer!

Summer is the season of outdoor activities, festivals and most importantly, good food! For those of you who are experiencing Japanese summer for the first time, or just curious what it looks like, these articles can help you to get to know better at amazing Japanese summer culture and food!

A Guide to Japanese Summer!

Asagaya Tanabata Festival 2018

Asagaya is a popular, young neighbourhood of Tokyo that has one of the country's largest Tanabata Festivals. Here are the details of this popular event.

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A New Seasonal Drink At Coisof: A Mango Shake

In Harajuku, the much talked about Coisof is offering a limited-time only drink from July 7th to 22nd 2018. The Taiwan mango Coi-shake is a refreshing drink made with exquisite mangoes and yogurt. As toppings, they used "oiri" (a Japanese sweet) and is the perfect summer drink!

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Doutor Coffee's 2018 Special Summer Menu In Japan!

Every year, Doutor Coffee, one of Japan's largest cafe chain restaurant, release a series of special summer drinks foods. This year doesn't disappoint with frozen fruit drinks, a traditional ice cream, a shrimp sandwich and a peach a la mode!

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Ocean Day In Japan: Origins And Things To Do!

Ocean day, also known as Sea Day, Marine Day or "Umi no Hi" 海の日, is a Japanese national holiday in July. Find out where the origin comes from, it's cultural significance - or lack of, actually! - and special events surrounding Ocean Day, including the Marine Day Odaiba Lantern Festival!

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Marine Day Lantern Festival 2018, In Odaiba, Tokyo!

The Odaiba Marine Day Lantern Festival is a great summertime activity in Tokyo. Enjoy the sight of countless paper lanterns on the beach with the Rainbow bridge and traditional boats as the backdrop! Check out the foods and other things to do as well!

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The Top 3 Beaches In Wakayama For The Ultimate Getaway

Who would have ever thought that there are such beautiful beaches right in Wakayama, in the Kansai area? When you think of Kansai, you probably think of tasty food in Osaka, of beautiful traditional sightseeing in Kyoto and Nara, but never beaches, right? Well, This might change. Here are the top 3 beaches to visit while in the Wakayama area!

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3 Best Things To Do In Japan In June

June in Japan is not the richest month in terms of summer events because it falls during the rainy season so most major summer events tend to be held later on. However, there are a few ones worth mentioning and that we will introduce in this article.

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Check This Off Your Bucket List: The Unkai Terrace

"Unkai" (雲海), means sea of clouds. This is a dream destination and appears in many travel guides as a must-go to place, as it overwhelmingly beautiful. Can you imagine sitting on a terrace, sipping a cup of tea while floating in an ocean of clouds? It's something right out of a dream!

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Lili Wanderlust

Choco Banana: Only at Summer Festivals in Japan!

There are a huge variety of festival food in Japan, and choco banana is one of them! It is a simple dessert, where bananas are coated with chocolate with sprinkles on top. There's something really special about choco banana, so let's find it out together!

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