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It's summer time so it's time to go to the beach right? Shimoda is an area in Izu, Shinzuoka, and is famous for their beautiful beaches. This article will introduce some places to eat around the Shimoda area!
Fruit picking is a common summer activity, as there are many seasonal fruits in Japan such as cherries, mangoes, peach, grapes, watermelons, etc. Yamanashi is one of the most fruit growing areas in Japan, and there are many local farms that allow you to enjoy picking and eating the fruits!
Ramune has been popular for ages in Japan. People love this drink for its refreshing zesty taste and its original old-fashioned bottle with a marble inside. The glass bottle's design basically hasn't changed since its creation in the Meiji period. Definitely an iconic drink you should try, especially at festivals! Learn more about it by reading what's next.
Go to a water park to make the most of Tokyo's hot summer! There are some exciting outdoor water parks in Tokyo that open only during the summertime. Tokyo Summerland is one of the best and most popular water parks where you can enjoy a variety of pools and slides.
At the Royal Park Hotel in Tokyo, there is a Chinese restaurant called "Keikaen" that serves seasonal cold noodles only during the summer time. It is the most famous cold noodle in Japan, with various seafood and meat toppings!
Now that summer in Japan is here, it's a great time to enjoy the beach, some waves and great food! Enoshima is a very popular destination for beach-lovers and surfers alike. Definitely a great place to check out!
There are so many things to do during the effervescent Japanese summers! Now that rainy season is almost over, it's time to head to the beach and relax during this incredibly hot season. Head to the beach, perhaps try surfing, have a beer, grab a bite and do some sunbathing. Have you ever been to Yuigahama beach? These are some restaurants you should definitely try while you're there!
Okinawa's Eisa Festivals attracts 300,000 visitors every year! They are part of the Obon celebrations happening everywhere in Japan, but with a distinct Okinawan flavor.