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Your source of good luck when exploring Japan!

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Winter is the season for dry, chapped skin. Keep “Oronine H Ointment” handy for treating these problems when they occur!

During autumn and winter in Japan, you can enjoy the gorgeous leaves changing colors and exciting snow activities. However, these are also the seasons where the air becomes very dry, which can lead to skin problems. It’s always a good idea to be prepared for skin troubles during your trip. This article will introduce “Oronine H Ointment,” a staple in many Japanese households for over 60 years. In Tokyo, most drugstores carry Oronine H Ointment, but we will be introducing stores near major stations where you can go to pick it up.

Enjoy an Autumn of Pleasure Trips and Meals! Travel with the “Toei One-day Pass” to Secret Places in Tokyo!

Autumn in Japan means beautifully colored trees and pleasantly crisp air, making it the perfect season for walking around the city! Additionally, there are many seasonal ingredients in autumn, so going around trying all the different delicacies is also a great choice. As such, this article will introduce a sightseeing plan for Tokyo in the autumn, featuring delicious gourmet foods and walks through fun tucked-away secret places!

White Christmas in Karuizawa

The city is decorated in fashionable glitzy lights, creating a romantic nighttime scene. Enjoy Karuizawa’s ornate winter illumination with family and friends!

National Bihoku Hillside Park “Bihoku Illumination”

An incredibly varied illumination show is created using National Bihoku Hillside Park’s topography and plantlife. The entirety of the park is enveloped in light, giving the sight a sense of depth and making it very popular. In addition to enjoying the themes of each area, the park features a variety of other displays as well, including the ever-popular Starlight Tree.

Kagoshima – Ohara Matsuri

Kagoshima’s Ohara Matsuri is a lively, vibrant festival during which over 20,000 dancers parade through the city to the beat of songs like “Ohara-bushi,” a local folk song.