ATTRACTIONS & THINGS TO DO IN TOKYO, JAPAN. SEE MY FUN TRAVEL ADVENTURES IN TOKYO, JAPAN!
Whether visiting, working, or living and working in Japan, these links are meant to provide essential information that will hopefully make your experience all the more safe, fun and comfortable. Safe & happy travels!
Spring Airlines is a Chinese budget airline that serves domestic routes across China, as well as to some international countries and regions, including South Korea and Japan. They usually offer the cheapest prices pertaining to any route they service; with that in mind, there are a few downsides pertaining to baggage guidelines, seating room space, and the lack of complimentary drinks and foods.
Yes, as of the time this article was written, Americans with a valid US passport traveling to Japan for the purposes of short-term tourism or business can enter Japan without a visa for up to 90 days.
A trip to Tokyo is not complete without an overnight stay at a capsule hotel. If you’re like most people, chances are that you’ve never heard of this peculiar type of accommodation; here’s what you need to know:
Whether visiting, moving to, or already living in Japan, it’s important to stay up to date with any and every resource tool that can help you have the most comfortable transition, or stay, in the country. Everything from knowing about the best tourism and expat websites, visa info, finding apartments, and getting around, to currency exchange rates, scams, and popular social media apps, is all relative. With that in mind, I’ve compiled a list of travel tips for expats visiting, moving to, and living in the ”land of the rising sun”.
Baseball has been a highly popular sport played and watched across Japan ever since their first baseball team, the Shimbashi Athletic Club, was created in 1878.
Home to a multitude of well-known martial arts that include Karate, Judo, Jujutsu, Ninjutsu, Kendo, Shoot Wrestling, and Aikido, it’s no wonder why MMA fighting is so hugely popular across Japan.
My trip to Tokyo’s Harajuku District included exploring plenty of shops, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and popular international chain stores that sold everything from Hello Kitty products, souvenirs, and anime character toys to Japanese antiques and luxurious merchandise.
The viewing of cherry blossoms is widely popular in Japan, so much that it has become a special, annual activity across the country. It usually starts during January in Okinawa, towards the end of March or beginning of April in Tokyo and Kyoto, and in May for Hokkaido.
Thinking of visiting or moving to Japan? Well, check out these interesting facts and get to know a little more about your destination!