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Summers in Tokyo are hot, reaching over 30°C. So, this article will introduce a one-day sightseeing itinerary for must-see spots in Tokyo where you can escape the heat and enjoy energy-boosting dishes!
Get a Wristwatch for the Upcoming Summer at Kame-Kichi, a Famous Shop in Tokyo's Nakano Ward!Read Later
Kame-Kichi is a well-established shop celebrating 22 years in business this year. In Tokyo's Nakano Ward, where many watch shops battle fiercely for customers, this shop is one of the best, both in terms of inventory and price competitiveness.
Enjoy the uniquely beautiful scenery that you can only find while cherry blossoms are in bloom with Tohoku’s unique nature and historic buildings as the backdrop. Additionally, we will also introduce a convenient and great-value travel path that will make your trip easy!
“KAME-KICHI” is a brand-name watch specialty store located in Tokyo’s Nakano. While their prices are already low for what they sell, they are currently hosting a special sale as thanks to their customers, called “KAME-KICHI’s Ongaeshi Sale” .
Strawberry season has arrived! Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse will be filled with strawberries for 11 days during the “Yokohama Strawberry Festival”! One of the festival’s most popular features is its free sampling of brand-name strawberries! Other features include strawberry sweets, unique strawberry-themed goods, and attactions – you’ll find no shortage of strawberry-themed content here!
Starting January 7, 2019, Osaka's Namba Oriental Hotel is offering a "Takoyaki Experience Buffet Lunch Plan". By adding this plan to the "Face Full of Smiles Vegetable Buffet", you can make your own version of Osaka's specialty, Takoyaki (octopus dumplings).
Enjoy Oysters and Sake at Ueno Park During This Great-Value Event! “Setouchi Gourmet Fest”Read Later
The “Setouchi Gourmet Fest” will be held at Ueno Park in Tokyo. This event will bring together a variety of Setouchi’s specialty products, and you can even enjoy in-season oysters and oyster hotpot soup for free!
During the winter, Japan is covered in silvery snow as far as the eye can see, creating vast and spectacular landscapes. Depending on the region of Japan you’re visiting, you can enjoy snow-related activities for as long as late November through early May.