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A Convenience Store by Hakata Station Has Been Converted to a Standing Bar! Osake no Bijutsukan x Konbini PoplarRead Later
“Osake no Bijutsukan” is gaining popularity for its affordable sake, starting at 500 yen. And that very same “Osake no Bijutsukan” chain has now opened a standing bar in the eat-in space of a “Poplar” convenience store (konbini) in front of Hakata Station!
Ashikaga Flower Park is a flower theme park located in Tochigi Prefecture’s Ashikaga City, around 80 kilometers from Tokyo. Flowers are available for viewing year-round in the park’s 92,000 square-meter area. One of the park’s particularly big draws is its wisteria flowers. The park holds over 350 wisteria trees, and it is Japan’s largest collection of wisterias.
If you want to enjoy Kobe's popular sightseeing spots, it's recommended that you ride Sky Bus Kobe, an open-top bus, around the city! With a new course starting from April of 2019, you can get your fill of Kobe's fun places! This article will introduce some of the wonderful scenery that can be seen aboard the Sky Bus Kobe!
Hirosaki Park in Aomori Prefecture’s Hirosaki City is home to Japan’s oldest Yoshino cherry tree. The park features around 52 different varieties and 2,600 total cherry trees. Over 300 of the Yoshino cherry trees in the park are over 100 years old, and since these trees have branches that extend far to the sides and grow larger flowers, they create an incredible cherry blossom viewing experience.
Tatebayashi City starts flying their impressive collection of over 5,000 streamers at the end of March, so that residents and visitors can enjoy the view of the streamers alongside the cherry blossoms.
Cherry blossoms herald in spring in Japan. In Tokyo, they begin to bloom in late March. This article will introduce a sightseeing plan for Tokyo that combines cherry blossom viewing and gourmet foods in a ride on “Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line),” which takes an efficient route through great cherry blossom locations!
Popular Curry Restaurants Vie for Dominance in “Hakata,” a Food Battlefield! Large-Scale Food Festival “Super Curry Grand Prix”!Read Later
“Hakata” is a food district that is known as a battlefield for restaurants. That very place is to be the location of the large-scale food event “Super Curry Grand Prix”! Talented “spice masters” from across Japan will gather in Hakata! Also, running at the same time will be the “Gekikara Beer Garden,” another must-see event!
In addition to Japanese style like sushi or tempura, Tokyo has all types of eating establishments including restaurants selling ramen and yakiniku, cuisine from around the world, and izakayas where you can leisurely enjoy alcoholic beverages and food.