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Grab a candy apple this Halloween from Shibuya’s Candy Apple Store!

Ringo Ame(りんご飴) is the Japanese word for “candy apples” and you can often spot these delicious confectionery snacks at Japanese festivals. In Japan, there is even a store that specializes

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Would you dare going in these Transparent Toilets in Shibuya!?

These restrooms are made of glass walls and leave nothing to the imagination. Some people might be too embarrassed to use this bathroom, but as soon as the key is locked the walls become opaque and pr

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It’s made from soil, but you can make fashionable works depending on your taste!

The pottery experience is an opportunity to learn the joy and depth of making things, and the fact that you create what you have imagined from scratch also leads to joy. By creating an original work t

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Beautiful roses …! Not traditional Japanese sweets!

Ohagi are traditional Japanese sweets and have been enjoyed by people in Japan for countless years. It is generally a reddish-orange color, as it is made by coating rice with red bean paste, but Taken

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Exploring beautiful Hakone

Today we want to bring your attention to Hakone, it is a small town only 1 hour 30 min away from Shinjuku station, located in the mountains, that has a lot to offer for your enjoyment. This magical ar

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A long-established store that has been in business for 120 years! Colorful, cute and very delicious fruit sandwich!

There are so many kinds of fruit sandwiches that you can’t decide which one to choose! It looks beautiful, so you can feel happy just by looking at it! photo by @ aa_ii_aa_ii_ photo by @ manahhh

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Limestone Caves with Beautiful Views Filled with Rainbows and Auroras!

Limestone caves can be formed when carbon dioxide is carried underground through rainwater, slowly dissolving soil until a cave is formed by a wall of limestone.   The rainbow and aurora-like col

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Mesmerising Traditional Japanese Kitchen Knives: Japanese Swords Origin and Pursuit of Sharp Blades

The Japanese Kitchen Knives have quite a history behind and are unmistakably the soul of traditional Japanese craftsmanship. photo by @chefsedgeau   The knives’ blades are usually placed inside a

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Enjoy the Hirosaki Castle built 400 years ago and all four seasons of the Apple City, Hirosaki along the historical region of Tsugaru.

Hirosaki is located in the Aomori Prefecture, in the heart of Tsugaru, and is very famous for its sakura trees(cherry blossoms). The trees are approximately 2,600 in number and yearly, they offer the

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Escape the Hustle and Bustle of Tokyo!No Matter the Season, Rikugien Gardens is Enjoyable 365 Days of the Year!

From Cherry Blossoms to autumn leaves, enjoy all that nature has to offer at the Rikugien Gardens! Despite being in the heart of the city, the gardens are very peaceful and allow you to appreciate the

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