Shinjuku
By: Date: September 2, 2020 Categories: Guide,Shinjuku Tags: , , , , , , ,

In Shinjuku, all the characteristics that make Tokyo an interesting city are concentrated in a single, bustling district: luxury department stores, shopping at discount, dazzling neon signs, austere government offices, crowds huddled, giant screens in the streets, cafes to enjoy a bowl of noodles standing up, nights club with escorts, sanctuaries located in areas not visible…

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Roppongi
By: Date: September 2, 2020 Categories: Guide,Roppongi Tags: , , , , ,

Packed with bars and restaurants, Roppongi is characterized by a crackling intense nightlife. Roppongi is famous as one of the foremost entertainment districts in Tokyo. After the 1970, many discos, bars, and nightclubs were built and this district gained a very youthful and international aura. The fame of this Tokyo nightlife spot is known worldwide with many…

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Tokyo
By: Date: September 2, 2020 Categories: Guide Tags: ,

A quarter of Japan’s population lives within 30 miles from the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. With over 13 million people, Tokyo is one of the largest cities in the world and it is political capital, economic and cultural life of Japan. At first glance, Tokyo may seem like a disturbing mixture of skyscrapers, crowded sidewalks and…

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Top Gift Ideas For College Students In Japan
By: Date: July 6, 2020 Categories: Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: ,

Japanese have a special philosophy of gifts. Taking presents seriously, they pay attention to how and what you give them and, thus, form their opinions about you.  Expert writers from the custom writing agency providing essay writing help services, academic paper help, as well as research assignment assistance and related online services, know a lot about Japanese traditions. They often work with foreign students, so they are aware of their interests and preferences.   While writing this…

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Big in Japan: How to travel and learn in the Land of the Rising Sun
By: Date: September 26, 2019 Categories: Tips,Travel Tags: , , ,

There’s an undeniable mystique surrounding Japan.  It’s a place where ancient traditions are effortlessly intermixed with modernity—from the electric thrall of Tokyo to the sacred city of Kyoto, this East Asian island country has everything even the most weary traveller could want.   But say what you really want is to travel Japan AND learn … what…

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5 Fair Dinkum Tips For Aussies Flying To Japan
By: Date: August 31, 2019 Categories: Tips,Travel Tags: , ,

If you reside Down Under and are considering taking a vacation in Japan, you’re in good company.  According to the JNTO (Japan National Tourism Organisation), 2018 was a record year for Australians visiting the Land of the Rising Sun – 552,400 took the trip, a figure that’s 11.6 per cent higher than the previous year. …

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Visit the Hie Shrine in Akasaka, Tokyo
By: Date: August 10, 2019 Categories: Akasaka,Guide,Travel Tags: , , , ,

The Hie Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Akasaka, Tokyo. Its June 15 Sanno Matsuri is one of the three great Japanese festivals of Edo (the forerunner of Tokyo). Other names for the shrine include Hiyoshi Sannō-sha, Hiyoshi Sannō Daigongen-sha, Edo Sannō Daigongen, Kōjimachi Sannō, Sannō-sha, and Sannō-sama. This famous Tokyo shrine dates back to 1478…

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Working in Japan
By: Date: February 27, 2019 Categories: News Tags: , ,

Today, we are going to talk about a potential transfer to thousands and thousands of kilometers from your country, in particular in Japan, where a culture obviously very different from ours reigns, with its particularities that include both advantages and advantages.   Working in Japan Even in Japan, since several years, there is the economic…

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