Category: Travel Guides
Traveling is probably one of the most beneficial experiences you’ll ever have in life. Packing on the other hand is the complete opposite, and you’ll
As spring and summer approaches, most of us look forward to the weather warming up — warm enough for a dip in the water and
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m deeply in love with spring in Japan. Heck, it’s arguably the most anticipated season in the country –
Smart travelers always make budgets before going on trips. To do so, you need to know what the common expenses are in Japan and how much they’ll be. With this information, you can take a financially responsible trip within your means and with no surprises.
Sumo wrestling is Japan’s national sport for very good reasons – it’s exciting, complicated, unpredictable, and really fun to watch. Despite the number of Japanese fans and viewers dropping in recent years, sumo is still a fascinating piece of Japanese culture.
There are still a few important rules to observe while smoking in Japan to make sure you don’t fall foul of the country’s regulations. You can smoke in a large number of restaurants, bars, and clubs, but smoking on the street is generally frowned upon.
If you’re reading this, I can only assume that you’ve just ordered a ¥1000 Asahi at a Tokyo restaurant, and been served a tiny half-pint