You can explore the Kansai Region from Kyoto. While Kyoto has many interesting and beautiful spots to visit, photograph and enjoy, you shouldn’t limit yourself to the one city. Use Japan’s old capital as your base to explore East Japan while staying in our traditional “machiya” house. Sakura House Kyoto Imadegawa welcomes you people from everywhere to enjoy every aspect of Kansai.
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Join us for day of watching the horse races from the Horse Owners Seats at Tokyo Racecourse and cocktails at the Hotel Continental Fuchu.
Throughout the year, the city of Kyoto offers a great range of attractions for its thousands of tourists coming to experience the cultural abundance it has to offer. One particular season is an autumn Kyoto, when the gardens, parks and surrounding mountains change from their lively green to their beautiful brown, yellow, orange and red enchantment.
Live near Kameido Station on the infamous Chuo-Sobu line, one of the core train lines that goes through Tokyo. Kameido is located in the Koto, Tokyo area in the eastern section of the 23 wards.
Tokyo Game Show 2018 is held once a year and is one of the best opportunities to get to know the latest games that are coming out, the new projects that different Japanese companies are working on and to experience some of Japanese traditions. Held at the Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Chiba, Japan this is a great event to let your inner geek out.
With years and even centuries of continuing tradition, the events held throughout the year in Kyoto give a chance to slip into the past and enjoy the ambiance and beauty of such a time. From all these events non is more historically rich as the Jidai Matsuri and its unmissable parade.
Halo teman – teman! Kalian pasti tahu tentang Nagasaki, dong? Yup, mungkin ketika kalian mendengar nama kota ini, kata pertama yang masuk ke benak kalian adalah bom atom di tahun 1945.
When you come to Tokyo, what is one of the first spots you have to see? Definitely Harajuku! Tokyo’s crazy fashion center! But it’s not only the teenage culture that makes Harajuku interesting. You can see that on one side there is Japan’s cute side, but on the other, the traditional side.
Twice a year, hordes of anime and manga fan desend on Tokyo Big Sight to attend Comiket, a huge 3 day (soon to be 4 day) event that covers every aspect of Japanese Pop Culture. Since I am a fan of anime, manga and cosplay, I thought I’d share this event with you today.