8 Amazing Japan Airports You Can Enjoy as Sightseeing!

8 Amazing Japan Airports You Can Enjoy as Sightseeing

There are more than 75 Japan airports offering scheduled airline services. Some Japan airports are engineering or architectural marvels, while others are little more than a runway and single terminal building. But what they all have in common is that they are clean, efficient gateways to Japan’s unique culture and scenery.[Continue Reading…]

8 Recommended Japanese Fast Food You Must Try!

8 Recommended Japanese Fast Food You Must Try!

Japanese fast food takes its root from the street food and dishes from homes. These food represent Japanese ingenuity and innovation. They are served fast as well as nourishing and belly satisfying, popular among the working class that are always on the go. [Continue Reading…]

8 Attractive Points about Yakushima Island!

8 Attractive Points about Yakushima Island!

Yakushima Island is a member of the Ōsumi island chain, approximately 60km off the southern tip of Kyushu. Yakushima is well-loved by hikers and naturalists for its beautiful cedar forests, mountain trails and unique wildlife. Easily reached by air … [Continue reading]

10 Proper Ways to Use “Daijobu” in Various Situations!

10 Proper Ways to Use "Daijobu" in Various Situations!

The ambiguity in languages is never more prominent in the Japanese language. One overused word is daijobu. The word daijobu literally means okay or fine in English but used for different meanings. To save you from the confusion, here are 10 proper … [Continue reading]

10 Ways to say “Oh My God!” in Japanese!

10 Ways to say "Oh My God!" in Japanese!

There's no literal translation of "Oh my God!" in Japanese, but there are many ways to express similar senses of meaning, and without sounding stupid or blasphemous (common criticisms of people who say "Oh my God!" a lot). … [Continue reading]

8 Recommended Spots to Enjoy Christmas in Japan!

8 Recommended Spots to Enjoy Christmas in Japan!

Only around 1% of Japan's population are Christians, so Christmas is not a holiday in Japan. Consequently, you might think that Christmas in Japan is a very low key affair, but you'd be wrong! In fact, it's a bonanza for the retail industry, offering … [Continue reading]