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Andrea Urbinati

Tokyo to Hakone: All The Travel Options

Traveling from Tokyo to Hakone offers several transportation options. The Odakyu Railway provides a limited express “Romance Car” that takes around 85 minutes, while slower express trains take about two hours and require a transfer at Odawara. The JR trains go as far as Odawara, where non-JR

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Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Eco-Friendly Travel in Japan: Sustainable Tourism

When visiting Japan, travelers can immerse themselves in the country’s breathtaking natural beauty. From lush forests and towering mountains to abundant rainfall and thriving marine life, Japan’s landscapes reflect a deep connection with the changing seasons and the environment. Embracing eco-friendly travel in Japan offers the opportunity

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How to say Beautiful in Japanese: Ultimate Guide, mage-of-a-group-of-Japanese-schoolgirls
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Andrea Urbinati

How to say Beautiful in Japanese: Ultimate Guide

Are you curious to find out how to say beautiful in Japanese? The Japanese language offers various ways to express beauty, with different words and phrases used in specific situations. From describing people and places to nature and art, the Japanese language allows for a more nuanced

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Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Exploring the Nakasendo Trail in Japan

The Nakasendo Trail, also known as the “Road through the Central Mountains,” offers an enriching experience for hiking enthusiasts and those seeking to delve deeper into the Nakasendo’s history. This historic route, once utilized by travelers journeying between Kyoto and Tokyo, now provides modern explorers with the

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Andrea Urbinati

Rainy Season in Japan: Everything You Need to Know!

The rainy season in Japan, known as Tsuyu, occurs in early summer, typically between May and July. This period is marked by heavy rainfall caused by the collision of cold winds from the north with warm southern winds. The duration and intensity of the rain can vary

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Japanese Prefectures: Everything You Need to Know
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Andrea Urbinati

Japanese Prefectures: Everything You Need to Know

Japan is divided into 47 prefectures (都道府県, todōfuken), which are the first level of administrative division in the country. These prefectures rank immediately below the national government and form the country’s first level of jurisdiction and administrative division. They include 43 prefectures proper (県, ken), two urban

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Andrea Urbinati

Does it snow in Japan? Snowy magic of Japan’s winter season

Curious if Japan gets snow? You bet it does! Japan is known for its stunning winter wonderland, with snowfall gracing many regions across the country. From the powdery slopes of Hokkaido to the picturesque landscapes of Nagano, Japan offers a diverse and captivating snowy experience. In this

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Andrea Urbinati

Suica in Japan: Everything You Need to Know!

Are you planning a trip to Japan and wondering about the best way to navigate the bustling Tokyo public transport system? Look no further than the Suica card. This contactless IC card, issued by JR East, is a game-changer for travelers. It allows you to effortlessly travel

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Andrea Urbinati

Can PASMO Be Used throughout Japan?

Are you planning a trip to Japan and wondering if PASMO can be used throughout the country? Look no further! In this blog post, we will explore the versatility of PASMO PASSPORT, an incredibly convenient IC card that allows you to travel and shop seamlessly across Japan.

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Andrea Urbinati

Leaving Your Job to Explore Japan!

Thinking of leaving your job to embark on an exciting adventure in Japan? You’re not alone! Many people dream of immersing themselves in the culture, cuisine, and breathtaking landscapes of this captivating country. But before you make the leap, it’s crucial to have a clear understanding of

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