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West meets East. East meets West. For many of us, the notions we have of the East and the Orient are mere stereotyped snapshots gleaned from childhood history classes, Hollywood movies, and maybe ...
Tokyo. You have no idea until you go. This ancient Eastern city throbs with lights, culture, and movement so sure to both invigorate and bedazzle you the moment you step off the plane, that there ...
Written by Emma, Australia, July 2012
Eating out in Tokyo is affordable if you follow a few basic budget tips and if you know where to look for your next meal. The great thing about Japanese
cuisine is that cheap does not ...
Are you tempted by the idea of staying in a ryokan but are unsure of what to expect? Tokyo
offers an array of accommodation options, from capsule hotels to temple
lodgings. Here’s our guide to ...
If you think the idea of riding a bike in Tokyo
is a little, well, insane, then we have to tell you that you couldn’t
be more wrong. Biking is in fact an ideal way to get around Tokyo! ...
Written by Emma, Australia, December 2012
has a reputation as being an expensive city but the reality is you can
have a really great time and see the majority of the city’s major
attractions without spending too much. Let us show ...
Written by Emma, Australia, April 2012
The best way to get around Tokyo is via the very efficient train and subway system. The train station signage is bewildering at first but can actually be quite simply understood when armed with a ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2012
Shibuya Station is at the epicenter of one of Tokyo ’s most vibrant and exciting areas. Famous for its huge, neon-lit intersection in front of Shibuya Station’s Hachiko Exit, Shibuya is a popular ...
Summer in Tokyo
is usually hot, humid and occasionally wet with temperatures ranging
from 17°C to 30 °C (62°F to 86°F) between June and August (the hottest
months). Slow ...
The snow-capped, cone-shaped image of Japan’s highest mountain, Mt Fuji is one of Japan’s most enduring symbols. Visible from Tokyo on a clear day, the mountain is surrounded by the lakes of ...
If, like me, you’re fascinated with Japanese culture and enjoy the
Japanese aesthetic, you can really make your visit special by staying in
a ryokan , or traditionally styled accommodation. ...
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2012
is so ancient and unique that you’ll have no trouble finding plenty of
beautiful gifts and keepsakes to spoil yourself, your family and your
friends. From the cheap and quirky ...
Written by Emma, Australia, November 2011
Traditional Japanese food is still very much on the menu in Tokyo .
We’re talking miso soup, plain rice, tofu, fish and tempura to name
just a few. If you are happy ...
To save you from embarrassment and to avoid offending the locals it is
helpful to understand a country’s culture before visiting. When that
country is as unique as Japan , a little understanding ...
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Doing what: Panoramic Tokyo Day Tour - Meiji Shrine, Asakusa Temple and Tokyo Bay ...