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Where is the Best Place to Live in Tokyo? Guide to Fin...

Where is the Best Place to Live in Tokyo? Tokyo, the heart of Japan, is a dream city to live in for locals and ex-pats. Easy access to work, schools, daily necessities, entertainment, and a natural environment are some of the main considerations when people search for their dream apartment or house in Tokyo. In this article, we will show you our best 4 …

Most Popular City to Live? Why Tokyo is Considered The...

When we think about the most popular city to live one name frequently comes up. Tokyo, the metropolis of Japan, is one of the most populated cities in the world, but it remains one of the most popular places to live. Every day, not only Japanese people from across Japan but also people from around the world move to Tokyo. Why is this city …

Kiroro Guide

Enjoy Kiroro with powder snow, the outdoors, golf, and sightseeing in Otaru! Located in 90 minutes from Sapporo and in 50 minutes from Otaru, Kiroro Resort (Kiroro) is a ski sanctuary place that skiers all over the world long for as “one of the best powder snow in the world”. The two mountains of Asari and Nagamine, which are blessed with pure powder snow …

Fukuoka Guide

Fukuoka, formerly named Hakata, is the largest city on the southern island of Kyushu.  Located on the northern coast of Kyushu, Fukuoka is split by the Nakagawa River between Fukuoka (which includes Tenjin) in the west, and Hakata, the old merchant area in the east. These used to be separate cities which then merged in 1889 to create the modern city of Fukuoka. Fukuoka …

Kyoto Guide

Kyoto is Japan’s spiritual heart and cultural soul. Kyoto is a stunning city with ancient temples and shrines, charming back streets and beautiful palaces and gardens. Kyoto is widely regarded as the cultural capital of Japan and is one of the most popular places for travellers in Japan. The city has some of the most important and striking attractions in the whole of Japan …

Osaka Guide

Introducing OsakaOsaka, formerly known as Naniwa, was once Japan’s capital and its economic hub. With 1,400 years of history as a commercial centre, it has something for everyone with its mix of traditional and contemporary attractions. It is the largest city in the Kansai region, Japan’s second largest metropolitan area, and is surrounded by Kyoto, Kobe and Nara.  Osaka city has a population of …

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Furano Guide

Experience Furano! Sightseeing, Outdoor Activities, Powder Ski, Sipping Wine and Enjoying Hot Spring  Furano is a city in the prefecture of Hokkaido, Japan, located in the southern reaches of Kamikawa prefecture, under whose jurisdiction it resides. Due to its position in the heart of Hokkaido, Furano is nicknamed the “navel town.” Well known throughout Japan as a top tourism destination, it is famous for its …

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