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Disney Reopen 2020: Walt Disney World Resort Reopen on July 11
Walt Disney World Resort theme park in coming back on July 11!
TripBlogJul 8, 2020 7 731
Glamping: 4 Best Worldwide Luxury Campsites and Glamping Ideas
Glamping’s prominence is attributable to social media influencers promoting it as a sort of travel alternative. We’re talking about glamorous camping, so-called glamping.
TripBlogMay 13, 2020 7 1,133
Ryokan Kyoto: Best 15 Japanese Traditional Inn in Kyoto
Ryokan is a traditional inn that takes guest experiences very seriously. The beautiful bamboo cottages of the ryokan kyoto, combined with multi-course Kaiseki meals and luxurious spas all carved in traditional Japanese style, are a great way to make yourself feel welcome in the country. At ryokan’s, you are provided with futons placed on traditional tatami mats for sleeping, making it an exclusive experience all in all. The great thing about staying at ryokan Kyoto is that you get accustomed to traditional practices such as feeling comfortable walking around barefoot within the premises. To make you feel at home, ryokans provide a robe known as yukata to change into. Here is the top best ryokan in Kyoto.
TripBlogMar 31, 2020 2 2,778
Olympics 2020 Postponement: How to Cancel Your Olympics Travel Plans
According to OIC, 2020 summer games will most likely be delayed until 2021, with full details to be determined over the next four weeks. For those who have booked your flights and hotels and tickets, what happens now?
TripBlogMar 26, 2020 0 1,277
Everything Travelers Need to Know About Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)
In late December, 2019, reports emerged about a novel coronavirus circulating in Wuhan, China. Since that time, travelers have been shocked by the speed and extent of the outbreak. As the situation on the ground develops rapidly, we have put together this short explainer covering the current scientific consensus regarding the virus (known officially as 2019-nCoV), efforts to combat the outbreak, and things travellers can do to keep themselves safe.
TripBlogMar 24, 2020 45 7,142
Coronavirus Travel Restrictions in Japan and Attractions Closure (Updated 2020 March)
Japan government has made more strict travel restrictions to curb the spread of coronavirus, including quarantining visitors from China and South Korea. According to WHO, more than 300 people have been tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) in Japan as of Mar 6th.
TripBlogMar 9, 2020 0 2,379
Dontonbori Osaka: One Day Guide
Dotonbori Osaka is one of the most fascinating and revered destinations by tourists who visit Osaka, Japan. Characterized by neon and large signboards on both the sides of this beauteous and vibrant street, this place has been a theater district in the past. Today, it is highly known for the blasting nightlife and humongous entertainment center that it has become over the years. Dotonbori area's most known landmark is a billboard called as the Glico running man that features a runner crossing the finishing line. The amusing and value holding fact behind this billboard is its association as an icon of Osaka within Japan as a hub for the confectionery industry. Also known as the bright heart of Osaka, this place, with huge signage and neon lights hosts a commendably enormous variety of extravagant bars and restaurants with a variety of delicious cuisines that make this place a perfect destination to bring all your nightlife fantasies to life.
TripBlogMar 3, 2020 0 793
11 Top Eel Rice Restaurants in Tokyo 2020
Eel on a bed of rice is an icon in Japanese cuisine for many food connoisseurs. Eel on rice tastes great when 1. the eel is fatty enough and drizzled with a caramelized sauce; and 2. the rice is prepared in a particular way. The fish only tastes fantastic when it is laid on an amazing bed of rice. Tokyo’s eel cuisine hails from a century of gastronomy.
TripBlogMar 3, 2020 0 767
Shikoku Summer Festival: Summer Trip Ideas in July
Many interesting activities will be held in Shikoku Japan to attract tourists every summer. Shikoku is the smallest city of Japan's four large islands. No matter And the Spirit of Sacrifice, Tokushima Apo Dance, or other diversified fireworks, all of them are worth experiencing! All the festivals listed in the list are important gatherings in the summer of Shikoku. If you are planning your summer vacation in Japan, visit Shikoku!
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 695
Summer Vacation Ideas in Japan: Fireworks Festival
Summer Kansai Fireworks Festival is something you cannot miss in your summer vacation in Japan. Wearing a yukata and holding moon-shaped fans to attend the fireworks festival has become a part of Japan's poetic summer scenery. We have to mention Kansai when talking about fireworks festivals. Each place has its own characteristics. It is a really unique experience when appreciating the fireworks exploding in the sky. Have you decided where to go watch fireworks in Japan this summer?
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 769
Summer Vacation Ideas in Japan: Things to do in Nagoya
July is the time to enjoy summer vacation. Nagoya, a famous historical city, has not only diversified interesting buildings, but also a lot of fun activities to accompany you through the hot summer Fireworks Display, Water Park, Restricted Haunted House, and world events, etc., a lot of brilliant shows. Come to follow us to view these brilliant shows
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 391
Summer Vacation in Japan: Things to do in Hokkaido
Interested in spend your summer vacation in Japan? Hokkaido summers are very interesting. In addition to the blooming flower fields and the lavender flowers, the highlight of summers in Japan is the summer festivals and the firework festivals that become quite lively during this time. You also cannot miss the delicious summer fruit and ice cream.
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 798
The World’s Top-Nine Most Important Holy Places
Billions of people today organize their lives around religious teachings and consider a variety of places around the world sacred. We’ve put together this list of the world’s most important holy places. Though necessarily incomplete, these locations are intangible cultural treasures. These are nine of the most important religious sites on Earth.
TripBlogFeb 26, 2020 1 5,426
Tokyo to Osaka: How to Travel Cheap and Fast?
The cheapest way to travel between Tokyo to Osaka is by bus, especially night bus. Total journey could spend 8-10 or so hours. Tips: Might be worth the extra 500 yen to have onboard toilet and comfortable chairs and night bus save you one night hotel fee. Fastest way to travel between Tokyo to Osaka is Shinkansen, faster than air! Total time cost: 150 min. No safe checking, not so long on the trams to airports. Leaving at the same time, those taking the Shinkansen will reach the destination earlier than those flying.
TripBlogFeb 21, 2020 0 2,111
Japanese Cuisine in Tokyo: 7 Best Tokyo Fried Pork Chops (Tonkatsu)
Japan's unique fried pork chop originated from a popular menu of a western restaurant a hundred years ago. The golden crispy skin that absorbs the sweet gravy, accompanied by refreshing cabbage, rice and miso soup, making the fried pork chop one of the most popular Japanese specialties.
TripBlogFeb 20, 2020 0 1,446
Shopping in Tokyo's Trendy Stores: Coupon Guide
One of Japan's cultural contributions is reflected in the aesthetics of design. Every grocery item is imbued with aesthetic expressions, and are quite interesting to use. In Tokyo, even grocery stores and furniture stores are worth checking out. All kinds of novel and creative everyday items could unexpectedly be integrated into our home life.
TripBlogFeb 20, 2020 0 314
Best Resort in Kanto Region: Take JR from Tokyo to Hakone, Kamakura, Yokohama
When traveling in Tokyo, instead of just going to the classic landmarks inside this metropolitan city, you can also consider nearby attractions, including cities, historic sites, scenic spots, and hot springs. The traffic is much lighter in the Kanto region, and it only takes you 1-2 hours by JR to get to many nearby cities. If you go to Hakone, Kamakura, Yokohama and other nearby cities, there is a traffic ticket package that comes with a discount.
TripBlogFeb 20, 2020 0 391
Afternoon Tea in Tokyo: Coffee and Recommendations
Tokyo has various kinds of cafes and afternoon tea restaurants in its streets and alleyways. Here, 11 interesting cafes and tea restaurants with different styles have been explored for you, so that you can experience different kinds of fun while tasting delicious food.
TripBlogFeb 20, 2020 0 725
7 Best Michelin Star Restaurants in Tokyo 2020
Tokyo has 13 three star Michelin restaurants, more than any other city in the world. Most of these restaurants serve upscale Japanese-style cuisine such as kaiseki-ryōri or the feast of crabs. However, there are also many other choices available including French cuisine and molecular gastronomy. We’ve picked the 7 most popular restaurants for you, but be warned, they all need to be booked in advance if you want to get a seat.
TripBlogFeb 19, 2020 0 368
One-stop Shopping Malls in Tokyo 2020
You have many things to buy but little time on your trip to visit clothing stores, drugstores, supermarkets, and souvenir shops. You can focus your “spending power"at a large one-stop department store or shopping center for a night of shopping. Tokyo has a wide range of shopping venues. Our editor has shortlisted several one-stop shopping malls to ensure you have enough time to play and shop.
TripBlogFeb 19, 2020 0 680
Nijo Castle: Complete guide to Nijo Castle Kyoto 2020
If you have one day in Kyoto, nijō castle shall appear in your must-see list. The castle lies in the heart of the city of Kyoto and has a very scenic charm owing to the old architecture as well as its many manicured garden that bloom during various periods of the year. The castle also has deep roots in Japanese history and dates back to the 16th century.
TripBlogJan 13, 2020 0 2,330
The Most Enchanting Postcard Scenery, Ishigaki Island, Okinawa
Ishigaki Island is one of the most famous and lively outlying islands in Okinawa. It is the central island of the Yaeyama Islands. When going to Iriomote-jima, Taketomi-jima, Hateruma-jima, Yonaguni-jima and other such islands, tourists usually depart from Ishigaki Island, which is often referred to as the camp for island hopping tours. There are direct flights from Naha, Miyako, Tokyo and Osaka, and it takes about an hour to fly from Naha Airport to Ishigaki Island.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 543
How to Take A Leisurely Hot Spring in Kyushu
Beppu Hot Springs: Jigoku Spring wonderland Beppu is located in Oita Prefecture and has more than 2,500 hot springs. The water in the hot springs is the most out of all the hot springs in the country. In addition to the hot springs, there is also a landscape called “Eight Hells”. It is smoggy all year round, just like the “purgatory” mentioned in several major religions. "Eight Hells" refers to the Sea Hell, Main Stone Archway Hell, Mountain Hell, Salt Works Hell, Ghost Mountain Hell, White Pool Hell, Blood Pool Hell, Dragon Scroll Hell. Each of the “Eight Hells” has its own characteristics. For example, the spring water in the Blood Pool Hell is blood red as its name suggests.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 489
Exploring Japan's Famous Gourmet Food Culture
If food is an art, Kaiseki Cuisine is the epitome of this school of art. Only items in season are selected. The cuisine placed tremendous importance on the original tastes of the food, refined cutlery, and arrangement. The order in which food is consumed is carefully designed around the theme of Zen Buddhism. All this makes Kaiseki Cuisine much more than just gastronomy, but an art show.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 784
A Trip of a Lifetime to Mt. Fuji, Make a Pilgrimage to its Beauty and Belief
A trip of a lifetime to Mt. Fuji, make a pilgrimage to its beauty and belief.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 361
A Complete Guide of Otaru (Where to Eat, Drink and Play)
Otaru retains a lot of European architecture and heritage sites. It is well known for its glassware, music boxes, and sushi. It only takes half an hour to travel from Sapporo to Otaru via the JR line. This could be arranged as a day trip, or visitors may prefer to arrange a night stay at the hot spring hotel.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 372
A Must See List for Dessert Freaks--Tokyo Dessert Tour
In Tokyo, you can taste delicious desserts from all over the world. In addition to the traditional Japanese wagashi, fried dolls, there are also top-ranking desserts from France. These exquisite desserts can not only be enjoyed on site, but also are the best choices as companion gifts.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 695
Experience The Hot Springs in Kyoto’s Most Beautiful Season
Must experience: Modern hot springs Located near Arashiyama Station, Kyoto Arashiyama Onsen Kadensho is a luxurious hot spring hotel full of authentic features of Kyoto. The decorations adopt Japanese tatami, and there are three kinds of high-end guest rooms to choose from: Kyoto house, Kyoto style and modern Kyoto style, all of which are elegant Japanese designs and integrate different degrees of modern sense. There are two large public baths and five private baths in the hotel. In autumn, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of autumn while soaking in the hot springs.
TripBlogDec 26, 2019 0 291
Visit Osaka with Taiga Drama "Sanada Maru"
Osaka Castle Osaka Castle, also known as Golden City or Prosperous City, is the most famous tourist attraction and symbol of Osaka. After the unification of the Japanese islands, Toyotomi Hideyoshi began to build Osaka City in 1583 to show his power, which was destroyed several times later. The city we see now was rebuilt in 1931. The 12 kilometer long city wall of the moat is piled up with a large number of derrick stones. It is extremely majestic, making Osaka City as solid as gold. The interior of castle tower has been rebuilt into a museum. You can enjoy the rich exhibits of Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Osaka. Here once was the last fortress of Toyotomi Hideyoshi family against the East army.
TripBlogDec 26, 2019 0 1,176