Japan : Guide

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timeless masterpiece that enchants visitors with tranquility

landscapes of natural beauty, technologically advanced, efficient, punctual, welcoming, walkable, sweets, entertainment, architecture, vending machines, cherry blossoms, tea, shrines, cat cafes, sumo wrestling, arcades, mochi, samurai, bullet trains, origami, temples, top tier toilets, matcha, politeness, zen gardens, ninja, parks, sushi, convenience stores, mountains, ocean, island, volcano, robots, anime, onsen

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The capital of Japan and one of the most populated cities in the world. Technological advancements push this vibrant city forward providing its population with a fast paced feel. The city combines culture with modernity and creates an enticing destination for explorers.


A lively on-the-go city filled with vibrance throughout. Culture is present throughout as well as traditional architecture. Food and entertainment attract many to the welcoming atmosphere.


Waterfront setting with an energetic feel. Get a taste of China as the city houses one of the largest chinatowns in the world. Unique high rise architecture and economics showcase a presence of hard work ethics.

A centrally located city encompassing deep roots of culture and tradition. Simplicity emphasizes the need of zen experiences and way of living. Surrounded with cultural architecture and tranquil gardens attracting visitors to experience its historic landscape.


Away from the city towards the mountains a quieter environment with iconic views of Mt. Fuji. Traditional hot springs called onsens and traditional inns called ryokans create a unique experience for any.


An ancient capital containing historic sites and gardens. filled with peaceful surroundings and true authenticity. Friendly deer are cherished and occupy a park where visitors can interact.

to eat :


sushi & sashimi


to do :




to stay :




basics :

  • currency : Japanese yen (JPY) ¥
  • primary language : Japanese
  • to enter & stay : passport / visa varies (do not need for up to 90 days)
  • health & safety : no requirements at this time
  • electricity : North American plug Type A (2 prong)
  • water safety : safe to drink

ratings :


Rating: 5 out of 5.


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Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

vegetarian /vegan

Rating: 3 out of 5.


Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

getting around

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.


Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

language barrier

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

internet access

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

when :

  • Winter: (December – February)
    • occasional snow, 30°F – 50°F, tourism low
  • Spring: (March – May)
    • cherry blossoms, 50°F – 70°F, tourism high
  • Summer: (June – August)
    • rainy, humid, 75°F – 95°F
  • Fall: (September – November)
    • foliage, 60°F – 80°F, tourism high

how :

  • airplane :
    • Kansai International Airport (KIX)
    • Haneda Airport (HND)
    • Narita International Airport (NRT)
    • Chūbu Centrair International Airport (NGO)
    • Fukuoka Airport (FUK)
  • rail :
    • Shinkansen (bullet train)
    • local trains
  • public transportation :
    • subway & metro
    • city buses
  • taxis
  • rental transportation

who :

  • solo travelers
  • first time travelers
  • food lovers
  • adventurers
  • cultural enthusiast
  • techies

here we are

to interact, explore, experience, feel, love, remain