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Hatsushima, an island full of adventure

A thrilling escapade away from bustling Tokyo There is an island off the shore of the city of Atami in Shizuoka Prefecture with the rare virtue of combining adrenaline and relaxation. The Hatsushima island adventure...

Matsushima Bay – Miyagi

Sakura in Saigyo Modoshi no Matsu Park and Matsushima Saigyo Hoshi, a renowned Japanese poet during the 12th century, expressed his love for cherry blossoms, as evidenced by his famous poem, "let me die under...

Sushi You Cannot Get at a Restaurant

Sushi on the Go Travelling Sushi Bag Cover Turn your suitcase into a giant sushi with this easily attachable nylon cover. Not only will it make spotting your luggage easier, but watching it come around the...

Express Sushi in Shibuya

Today WAttention headed to Sushi-Nova, a new sushi eatery that opened just this September by the United Nations University on Aoyama-dori Street. Though considered a kaiten sushi (conveyor belt sushi) store, this high-tech restaurant delivers your sushi express...

Have you been eating sushi wrong all this while?

Taste sushi as it should be with these three pointers

Searching beyond Sushi

Besides Sushi, the next most googled Japanese food around the world is…

Make and eat sushi the professional way

Stand at a restaurant counter like a real sushi chef You love Japanese cuisine and trying out some of Tokyo’s most refined sushi restaurants is not enough for you? Then how about learning how to...

A day in Sumida Ward; Following in the footsteps of Hokusai

For the typical foreign tourist to Tokyo, a stop at Asakusa’s temples and souvenir shops is a must. Visitors tend to stop by the edge of the Sumida river and take pictures with the...

Another 3hr trip – Shibuya

Shibuya is a well-known bustling entertainment district in Tokyo. For first time visitors, the seemingly chaotic pedestrian scramble in front of the station can be quite daunting. But for locals who are used to...

Cherry blossom season in Japan: the love of the ephemeral

Short-lived, fragile, pale pink cherry blossoms have become a symbol of Japan as the Japanese are madly in love with this season and everything it represents. It is precisely because the gentle cherry blossoms...
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