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Mitama Matsuri is well known as a famous summer festival in Tokyo, Japan. Each year more than 300 thousand people come to enjoy the display of 30 thousand lanterns and mikoshi (float) events. Let's see what's so special about Mitama Matsuri!
Tenjin Matsuri is one of the biggest natsu matsuri, summer festivals, in Japan. Around 1.3 million people come to watch this energetic event! Check this article for more information on Tenjin Matsuri in Osaka!
Fireworks is a really popular summer event in Japan, and there are lots of fireworks events happening during summer. Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival is one of the most popular fireworks events! Check this article for more information!
Kazurazaka Matsuri takes place in Kagurazaka, Tokyo, from July 23th to 27th, 2019! This festival is filled with good food and a traditional dance called Awaodori! For those who are curious what this matsuri is about, check out this article!
There are so many themed cafes in Tokyo. If you want to spice up your Tokyo visit, you should definitely visit these following places!
You may find that vegan eating in Japan is not as big as it is in your country, and it could be challenging to find places to eat. Here are the vegan places you can go while you are in Tokyo!
What kind of food comes up in your mind when you think of Osaka? Okonomiyaki? Well, you are about to miss the most delicious part of Osaka! Try gyoza, also known as pan-fried dumplings, from the following places!
The Kita district in Umeda is where you will find an important agglomeration of restaurants and shops. Here's a guide to how to fully enjoy Umeda while you are in Osaka! Please read to find out some of the best things do in Osaka, Japan.
Everyone loves chocolate, right? So we made a list of places where you can buy chocolates in Japan! Why not get some as a souvenir for your family and friends?
One of the most popular, traditional and famous festivals in Japan is called Gion Matsuri, which is a summer festival held in Kyoto where they parade with Japanese traditional float called Yamaboko. Let's figure out more together!