8 Useful Tips to Enjoy Haneda Airport!

8 Useful Tips to Enjoy Haneda Airport!

Until 2010, with the completion of a new runway and International Terminal building, Haneda Airport was principally used for domestic flights. Then, in 2014, the International Terminal was doubled in size, allowing for a greater volume of intercontinental flights during more convenient daytime slots. [Continue Reading…]

7 Recommended Ways to Enjoy Omotesando Like Japanese Women!

7 Recommended Ways to Enjoy Omotesando Like Japanese Women!

Originally laid in in the Taishō era as the main approach to Meiji Shrine, Omotesando is an avenue stretching from the shrine’s entrance, all the way to Aoyama-dori and Omotesando Station. It is famous for the zelkova trees that line its route, as well as for a dazzling number of high-fashion outlets and boutiques. Without doubt, it is fashion that draws so many Japanese women to the area.[Continue Reading…]

7 Reasons Why Japanese People Love Okinawa!

7 Reasons Why Japanese People Love Okinawa!

Okinawa is composed with dozen of islands, situated at the southernmost of Japan. Many Japanese people visit these islands every year. Unlike the rest of Japan, it has tropical climate so stay warm all year long. In this article, I will tell 7 reasons why Japanese people love to visit Okinawa. I hope you will enjoy Okinawa like Japanese people after reading this.[Continue Reading…]

7 Recommended Beaches You Should Go in Japan!

7 Recommended Beaches You Should Go in Japan

Few people associate Japan with beach holidays – it’s a long way to travel and quite expensive compared to other Asian destinations. However, the Japan beach scene is surprisingly good, offering many specialised activities that are unique to Japan, If one knows where to go. Here are just a few of my personal favorite Japan beaches.[Continue Reading…]

7 Reasons to Go and Enjoy a Maid Cafe in Tokyo!

7 Reasons to Go and Enjoy a Maid Cafe in Tokyo

Meido Kissas or Maid Cafes are popular not only in Japan but also abroad. They are very popular in Japan where the waitresses are dressed in maid costumes acting as servants treating their customers as private home masters rather than just regular walk-in customers. Maids are sometimes thought to be servants of low status in other countries but [Continue Reading…]