Our posters are printed on thick, matte quality paper. The matte surface makes the motif even sharper and prettier - but it also makes it easier for scratches and folds to appear. Therefore, you need to be careful when handling the poster. Follow our step by step guide right here.
To make a long story short, konbini foods are food, snacks or edible items to purchase in a convenience store. It is delicious, cheap - and of course available. In this guide we've included products, that you can find in most konbini. Try some of the seasonal foods such as hot oden in winter and chewy sakura mochi in spring. You'll also find hot drinks (red font) in winter and cold drinks (you guessed it - blue font) in summer just like in the vending machines.
Are you looking for sightseeing spots outside of the capital of Japan? In case you get tired of seeing one skyscraper after the other, we have a handful of ideas for trips outside of Tōkyō just 1-2 hours by bus or train away. You can also chose to spend a few days with a stay over in one of these places with historical spots, gorgeous nature and self-pampering.
There is plenty to see here, and in this post I will try to come up with three areas that belong in the ultimate guide to Tōkyō. At the end of this post I've included a few areas that didn't make it to the top but are worth a visit, if you have more time here.
Do you need a few tips on what to see and do on your trip around Japan? We have written a guide just about that, so you know what cities you can't miss in Japan.
Are you going to Japan for the first time? And aren't you certain about what you need to take in mind? I've gathered a few tips to your first trip to Japan to tell you what you need to think about. In this guide I've included all the practical informations about visa, types of hotels, vaccinations, good manners, safety and much more. You'll also find a few phrases that are good to know.
Are you planing on visiting this homely and down to earth kind of Japanese city? Kōbe is to me something special, probably because of its historic past as one of the first Japanese harbours opening to European ships in 1868. Take a look at what you MUST see in wonderful Kōbe right here.
Since November 2020, we have been donating 1% of our gross sales to the movement 1% for the Planet. That means, that when you shop here, you contribute to the green initiatives.
Christmas is the time of love and hugs - but not quite in the same way this year. We must try to get cosy and feel Christmassy in a different way this year, but it'll surely we worth it.
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