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For the Best Food in Tokyo, Go Underground
Tokyo is known as a food-crazed city, maybe even the most food-crazed on earth—but you have to go underground to find the really good stuff. At your average depachika (department store basement food hall), there are more than 30,000 items for sale. These stores function like bustling food cathedrals where you can find everything from sushi-grade hamachi to $150 muskmelons, and endless free samples. At Takashimaya Times Square, there are more than 70 kinds of salt, a vinegar sommelier, and 120 fo
A complete guide to Hiroshima/Miyajima - Earth's Attractions - travel guides by locals, travel itineraries, travel tips, and more
Planning a trip to Hiroshima, Japan? Here's your complete travel guide to Hiroshima, Japan with the best things to do in Hiroshima, where to stay in Hiroshima, what to eat in Hiroshima, and tips for Hiroshima :) #japan #hiroshima #japanguide #hiroshimaguide #travelguide #asia
Best 100 Yen Shops in Tokyo (with Hauls!) — Those Who Wandr
Shopping in Tokyo, Japan is next level. From multi-level departments stores to tiny specialized shops that only sell chopsticks, Tokyo has it all. It can be overwhelming, but there is one retail concept you have to check out while in Tokyo: 100 yen shops aka hyaku-en (¥100) shops.
Japanese customs and etiquette guide
Wondering how to behave in #Japan? Here are all the essential Japanese manners and etiquette you need to know so you can better prepare for your trip to Japan. Discover great practical information and essential tips. #manners #etiquette
15 Useful Japanese Phrases for Travelers — Those Who Wandr
The most intimidating thing about traveling to Japan is the language barrier. Luckily Japanese people are super helpful and will typically go out of their way to assist you even if they don't understand English. But knowing a few useful Japanese phrases will go a long way.