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Live Houses in Tokyo – Selected

Live Houses in Tokyo Surprisingly or not, there are many live houses in Tokyo. However, with only a few really big and well-known live houses, the majority of them are actually hidden in a small building and on the basement … Read More

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Tokyo alcohol scene – best bars in Tokyo

Drinking in Tokyo The alcohol scene in Japan and especially in Tokyo can be very exciting! The bar scene here is huge. There are bars for any budget, any kind of population, and any preference. In this article we are … Read More

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Worth-visit-themed Parks in Tokyo

Worth-visit-themed Parks in Tokyo The summer is approaching, and it’s a great opportunity to enjoy some new outdoor and indoor activities. For example, the themed parks. To find them, you do not have to go too far. Even just in … Read More

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Safe Places to Get Fugu in Tokyo

Safe Places to Get Fugu in Tokyo In this article, we want to recommend a few safe places to get fugu in Tokyo. You must have heard about fugu and know why the restaurant should be safe. But just in … Read More

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Books in foreign languages in Tokyo

Books in foreign languages in Tokyo

Books in foreign languages in Tokyo We live in a digital world, when it doesn’t matter where you are, you can find a book you need and get it on your device anytime. However, there are still these weird 🙂 … Read More

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Best spots to buy bread in Tokyo

Best spots to buy bread in Tokyo

Best spots to buy bread in Tokyo Many expats in Tokyo constantly complain that there is no decent bread in Tokyo. They claim that the only bread you can find here is a cheap fluffy sweet white bread from a … Read More

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Best International Supermarkets in Tokyo

International Supermarkets in Tokyo It is undeniable that Japanese supermarkets look very good. They are very organized, selling many kinds of rice, many tasty-looking bento lunches, the freshest fish and seafood, and so much more. But sometimes you just crave … Read More

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Everything you should know about renting a car in Japan

Everything you should know about renting a car in Japan As long as you are staying in Tokyo you do not really need a car. That is because owning a car here is more expensive than a train fee. You … Read More

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Good Foreigner-Friendly Hospitals and Clinics in Tokyo

Foreigner-Friendly Hospitals and Clinics in Tokyo It is never pleasant to feel bad and get sick. But it is even worse when you cannot get proper treatment because of the language barrier. The Japanese language isn’t easy, so even if … Read More

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Cherry blossom-themed afternoon tea sets

Cherry blossom-themed afternoon tea sets If you live in Japan long enough you know that it is all about seasonal products and food. In spring before and during the cherry blossom season, many cafes and restaurants offer Sakura-themed menus. In … Read More

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