Category: Lifestyle

Have Fun at Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant
By: Date: February 9, 2014 Categories: Shinjuku,Tips,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: , , ,
Girls and robots at Tokyo Robot Restaurant

In the summer of 2012, a camouflaged Hummer wandered the streets of Tokyo with an unusual cargo : a pair of giant robotic female with arms raised as if to say ‘Irasshaimase‘. It was a particular advertisement, for an even more particular place : the Robot Restaurant, opened in Kabukicho area of Shinjuku. With a…

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Satisfy Your Gambling Needs when Travelling in Tokyo
By: Date: December 16, 2013 Categories: Tips,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags:

Online gambling is available at any time on sites like Alternatively, if you are looking to go on holiday and want to combine your hobby of gambling, there are many places to choose from all over the world. Las Vegas is an obvious hotspot-it’s casinos and night-life have been featured in many famous Hollywood films and…

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Autumn 2013 in Tokyo
By: Date: October 10, 2013 Categories: Tips,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: , , ,
Night Autumn at Rikugien Garden

The autumn is arrived also in Japan and Tokyo, while the leaves are already changing color, creating breathtaking panoramas. This season is considered by many the second best season in which to visit and see Japan, after the blooming period of sakura. The Japanese are very attached to the cherry blossoms, not only for pure aesthetic…

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Tokyo Midtown
By: Date: September 16, 2013 Categories: Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: ,

Tokyo Midtown is the name of the “micro-futuristic city” of Tokyo. The cost of its construction was 3 billion and opened its doors in 2007. The direct competitor is Roppongi Hills, which otherwise is only 500 meters. The main building of Midtown is still higher than the Mori Tower, it is actually the tallest building…

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How to Bow in Japan – Learn to Do It Properly
By: Date: February 21, 2013 Categories: Lifestyle,Tips,Tradition,Travel Tags: , , , , , ,
Two people bow in front of each other in martial arts

The bow in Japan can be used as a greeting, to present yourself, to show respect or extend an apology. A part of this, there are different types of bows that is useful to know. This is one of those gestures more present in daily life of the Japanese, so it’s really good to know a…

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Soineya : First Place in Tokyo for Those Who Don’t Want to Sleep Alone
By: Date: October 9, 2012 Categories: Akihabara,Tokyo Lifestyle,Travel Tags: , , , , ,

Sometimes, after a long and stressful day, there’s nothing more comforting than going to bed with your partner and fall asleep in his arms. But what if you have no one you can cuddle? If you are in Japan, you might think to go to a soapland or some other place like that, but then…

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