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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Every year in the springtime, it’s cherry blossom season in Japan. Starting out from Okinawa in January, the blooming of cherry blossoms gradually moves northward, and following the cherry blossom blooming trail has become a big tourist event in Japan. Below are Japan’s 10 most famous cherry blossom spots, found in the Kanto, Kansai, and Hokkaido regions.
Mount Fuji, about 2.5 hours' drive from Tokyo, is not only the most well-known and tallest mountain in Japan, but also a well deserved symbol of Japan. In recent years, climbing Mount Fuji has become a major craze. In addition, you can go to Lake Kawaguchi and Oshino Hakkai to enjoy hot springs and experience the most exciting Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park.
Japanese cuisine pays attention to raw and fresh food, among which, sushi and Kaisen Don are the two most representative delicacies. In Tokyo, you can taste fresh and affordable sushi and seafood feasts. Most of the popular sushi restaurants are located in the Tsukiji Fish Market and Ginza.
Tokyo is the well-deserving capital of anime, and in addition to having well-known places for shopping, such as Akihabara and Odaiba, it also has the Ghibli Museum. Nearby is Kamakura, which is the setting of Slam Dunk, and Hakone, the setting of EVA, all of which are popular places for tours to the holy land of anime.
All kinds of anime-themed restaurants and cafés can be found all over Japan.We have selected 6 representative restaurants of extremely affordable prices and unlimited cuteness. Join us as we cross into another world together and see just how vast the imagination of the Japanese can be!
Tokyo's cherry blossom season runs from late March to early April every year, throughout which cherry trees all over Tokyo compete to blossom, enveloping the entire city in a pink ocean of flowers. Tokyo is blessed with a number of cherry-blossom viewing spots that are rich in history. Here are seven of them with unique features.
Christmas is coming soon, and fantastic lights are popping up everywhere in Japan. The Christmas spirit is picking up. As the capital, Tokyo is full of romantic lights. Let's take a look at the 8 most popular places.
Participate in Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival: One of the three major festivals in Japan Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival, with a history of more than 1,000 years, is one of the "three major festivals" in Japan and the largest water celebration in the world The highlight of the festival is the "Parade on Land" and "Parade by Boat". Parade on Land indicates that 3,000 people dressed in Nara's Heian court costume and the God sedan with the slowly walk forward; Parade by Boat indicates that about 100 boats from Tenma Bridge go upstream. In the evening, there is also the fireworks display.
Must-see: Tokyo Open-air Hot Springs
The Internet lauded "Bazaar of Fashion", starring the popular male actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, was filmed in this hotel.
Each floor has an exclusive Lounge for everyone to read, rest, or have a drink. Beer, tea, and all kinds of snacks are included in the room bill. Soak in the open-air Tokyo hot springs, eat French cuisine underground - something that is only possible at this hotel!
Spring is a time of rebirth. A time to cast off winter’s embrace. In Japan, spring heralds the coming cherry blossoms. For what seems like a fleeting instance, cherry trees flower in exquisitely delicate shades of white and pink. The soft colors signal promising times ahead. Some spend their entire lives chasing the bloom, looking for that perfect flower. For travelers aspiring to catch a glimpse of the annual miracle, this short article offers some background and suggests a few places to visit.
As the undisputed granddaddy of theme parks, Disneyland Resort has been leading the way since 1955, inviting visitors to spend the day in the ultimate land of make-believe. What's the spotlights you cannot miss in these Disneyland parks?
Even Tokyo where neon lights cast futuristic shadows and digital billboards advertise the latest gadgets, even there you will find Japan’s classic character. Restaurants with exquisite handwritten menus, kimono-wearing shoppers searching for festival gifts, historic facades tucked amongst steel and glass. All of this comes together to create modern Japan. See where ancient opera still graces the stage, where flower festivals and tea ceremonies are enthusiastically passed down through the generations, and where the new world blends seamlessly into the old.