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A Bright Color in Winter
Japan's four seasons have their own scenic spots. In addition to watching the snow in winter, there are romantic and dreamy lighting shows waiting for you to see!
TripBlogDec 20, 2019055
Summer Kansai Fireworks Festival
Summer Kansai Fireworks Festival 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?
TripBlogNov 18, 20190199
Top 10 Most Popular Hot Springs in Japan
Japan is a famous hot spring country in the world, with a variety of high-quality hot springs. It is believed that more and more people are visiting Japan again and again to ease themselves into the hot spring. Here is a list of top hot springs in Japan. You might as well experience them one by one.
TripBlogOct 30, 20190165
Most Popular Winter Resorts in 2019
Sapporo: One of the Most Snowiest Cities || Sapporo in Hokkaido is a northern city known for the snow. The snowflake-shaped city emblem expresses the citizens' love for snowflakes. | All of Japan revels in the Sapporo Snow Festival, held every winter in Odori Park. Snow sculpture contestants use their imaginations to the fullest to bring the winter scenery to life, on display for tourists from all over the world!
TripBlogOct 28, 20190115
The Best Way to Travel from Tokyo to Osaka
Tokyo is the capital city of Japan and is considered to be the most populous metropolitan area in the world as of 2018. The city is the seat of the Japanese Emperor, the Japanese Government, and the National Legislature. The former name of Tokyo was Edo. It was given by the 17th-century ruler Tokugawa Ieyasu when he made the area his headquarters in the year 1603. Things get a bit confusing for first-timers in Tokyo as the wards of Tokyo Prefecture contain different districts (with different unique characteristics), and the locals refer to these districts as “cities” colloquially! Tokyo is a particularly well-traveled destination in recent years. It is known for its Cherry blossoms, colorful cityscape, street fashion, museums, etc. This is just some overview of the city, as apart from this, the bustling metropolis has a lot more to offer.
TripBlogOct 15, 20190517