Date on Japanese Christmas?
Maybe many foreigners hold such image.
In fact, in order to study how to spend Christmas for young Japanese guys, we built a questionnaire survey of 40 men and women in twenties this time!
Amusement parks were the best when we were little!
The oldest park in Japan is located in Asakusa.
It's called the Asakusa Hanayashiki, or Flower Garden.
It's a little ways
from Asakusa Station beyond Sensoji Temple.
Did you know that Japan's actually the country with the most snowfall in the world?
We're going to list up some of the greatest spots to enjoy the magnificent Japanese snow for those who want to experience it, from the north all the way down to the south!
The people may know the "illuminations landscape", the Japanese scenery in winter which is even very popular overseas!
Then as a short-stay traveler in Japan, how to enjoy such scenery as much as possible within the limited time?
Here, we'd like to introduce the summary landscape map for illuminations in the three downtown area to you.
Do you know a milky drink called the "amazake" which is often seen during the festival or the New Year's first visit to the temples and shrines?
Although the word is written with "sake", it's not alcoholic beverages, this is a kind of soft drink even the minors can drink.
Now let me introduce the reality of the amazake which is popular with ladies recently!
Anime Festival Asia (AFA), the premiere celebration of J-Pop culture in three southeast Asian countries since 2008, will be combining forces with this year's C3 character event to create C3 AFA, a festival providing exciting content to even more fans in southeast Asia!
Starting in June, events were be held one after the other in Bangkok, Thailand, Jakarta, Indonesia, and Tokyo, Japan, and the final event will be taking place over three days in Singapore from November 24th to the 26th!
Have you ever heard the word, "kakuuchi"?
Kakuuchi means standing and drinking at a liquor store.
In Japan, there are many liquor stores where you can do kakuuchi, though we will present places with Japanese sake vending machines that will excite adults! Just what is Japanese sake anyway? If you've ever wondered this, then be sure to check out this article!
Halloween's just around the corner!
It's a happening time in Japan, what with everyone dressing up and having a good time... and that's fun and all, but why not grab a seat and have a drink surrounded by Japanese ghosts, or Yuurei in Japanese? You could be in for a real scare!
We're going to introduce you to a scary, fun, and delicious Izakaya bar.