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Mt. Fuji Climbing Point Access – Tokyo Travel Article

Mt. Fuji Climbing Point Access Getting to Mt. Fuji: Numerous first timers to Japan often make the same mistake, assuming Mt. Fuji is easily accessible, when in fact most do not understand the vast area Mt. Fuji actually covers and often fail to plan accordingly. The Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park is 1,227 square kilometers, larger than both the area of Singapore or Hong Kong. There are four distinctive climbing routes on Mt. Fuji and several different ways to access these Mt.…

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Tokyo Daytripper: A Temple Built On The Side Of A Mountain – Tokyo Travel Article

Tokyo Daytripper: A Temple Built On The Side Of A Mountain Back on New Years Day I happened to catch the news on Japanese TV which was showing the different ways people mark the occasion. One of the places that featured was a temple in a cliff where some people had congregated to watch the first sunrise of the year. I was impressed by it’s beauty and immediately asked my wife where it was as I couldn’t read all of…

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Mixed-Gender Hot Springs near Tokyo: Locations and Etiquette – Tokyo Travel Article

Mixed-Gender Hot Springs near Tokyo: Locations and Etiquette If you are traveling as a couple and want to bath in a Japanese hot spring together, here are our top picks for mixed-gender onsen close to Tokyo. Visiting an onsen, a Japanese hot spring, should absolutely be on your Japan bucket list. It is not only incredibly relaxing after a long day of walking or hiking, it is also apparently great for your health—plus many happen to be set among stunning…

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Japan Knocking on the Door of Rugby World Cup’s Final Stages – Tokyo Travel Article

Japan Knocking on the Door of Rugby World Cup’s Final Stages It was a dramatic end to an engrossing encounter at the Toyota Stadium as exciting winger Kotaro Matsushima went over the line to give Japan the bonus-point they craved against Samoa. It means that if they lose to Scotland by less than seven points next week and don’t concede four tries, they will qualify for the quarter-finals. Of course, the aim is to win the game which would mean…

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this week i’m thankful for miracles – Tokyo Travel Article

this week i’m thankful for miracles KONNICH. First of all, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Being completely honest, I totally forgot about Thanksgiving, but the members here sure didn’t. We had 4 Thanksgivings…. in Japan. WUT. Seriously so blessed. I am so grateful to be a missionary right now. It’s been an amazing experience that I will NEVER forget. So many things to be thankful for. Soooooo…. I have 3 weeks left as a missionary. WHAT. This week officially started the lasts…. We…

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Top 5 Japan hikes with views of Mt. Fuji. – Tokyo Travel Article

Top 5 Japan hikes with views of Mt. Fuji. Can’t wait for the Mt. Fuji Climbing Season?Here are the Top 5 Japan hikes with views of Mt. Fuji. ​Mt. Fuji is by far Japan’s most famous and Iconic Mountain However, one important point to note is when you are hiking Mt. Fuji you can’t actually see Mt. Fuji. Therefore, I would like to suggest some easy alternatives to hiking Mt. Fuji that will give you a great view of Mt.…

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Low Fat Instant Noodles From Asia (Nissin HK, Nissin Japan, and Korean) – Tokyo Travel Article

Low Fat Instant Noodles From Asia (Nissin HK, Nissin Japan, and Korean) I enjoy eating instant noodles (or instant ramen) but you do need to watch your health.  Having a package of instant noodles a few times a week isn’t going to kill you, but if you are watching your fat intake, instant noodles of the fried variety are not your friend.  I’m leaning more towards the low or reduced fat type of instant noodle these days myself and the…

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Potato Chips with Chocolate and Soft Serve – Calbee Plus – Tokyo Travel Article

Potato Chips with Chocolate and Soft Serve – Calbee Plus In a dynamic city like Tokyo, things change quickly, and what’s popular today is often forgotten tomorrow. Calbee is one of the exceptions, which has managed to stay relevant for decades, and the brand’s potato-based snacks never seem to go out of style. In the Calbee Plus store in Harajuku you can try the super fresh, straight-from-the-fryer potato chips. They come with different kinds of toppings, including a very only-in-Japan…

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Guides & Stories of Eiheiji Temple, the Biggest Zen Dojo in Japan – Tokyo Travel Article

Guides & Stories of Eiheiji Temple, the Biggest Zen Dojo in Japan Different. I have written about many fantastic places in Japan on this blog, but my trip to Eiheiji Temple, which is one of the biggest zen temples in Japan, was different from any other. I don’t think many of you plan to visit there because ordinary travel guidebooks spare only one page or less for it. Moreover, Eiheiji Temple is located in the mountains in Fukui Prefecture –…

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Main Hall of Yasukuni-jinja Shrine – Tokyo Travel Article

Main Hall of Yasukuni-jinja Shrine Main Hall of Yasukuni-jinja Shrine Yasukuni-jinja Shrine is the most controversial shrine in Japan. It’s a hotbed of nationalism, but most days, you won’t notice anything particular. The adjoining Yushukan Museum is highly recommended for those interested in WWII history. Where Are These Places Located? See these places on the Truly Tokyo Google map: Open the Tokyo map You will see the list of places on the left hand side. (Click the 3-line icon in…

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10 Chilling Halloween Drinks In Tokyo To Get You In A Spooky Mood – Tokyo Travel Article

10 Chilling Halloween Drinks In Tokyo To Get You In A Spooky Mood Hyatt Centric Ginza’s Cocktail “Bloody Needle Eyes” ¥1,600 The Hyatt Centric Ginza bar, Namiki667, has created the Bloody Needle Eyes, a classic Bloody Mary cocktail made with vodka, tomato juice, and a special Halloween trick-or-twist. This cocktail is topped with creepy but tasty eyeball jellies and spicy pepper. Available at Hyatt Centric Ginza’s Namiki667 until Oct. 31, 2019. See More Cellar Bar’s Halloween Cocktail “Trick-Or-Treat” ¥1,936 This…

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Family Travel Blog – Tokyo Travel Article

Family Travel Blog Follow my blog with Bloglovin Return to the Land of the Rising Sun Japan has always held a spell over us and after three years of travelling to other exciting destinations all over the globe we finally returned for a three week long trip. On our last trip we explored the area around Okayama, cycled the Shimanami Kaido, discovered some amazing artworks on Naoshima and took an essential history lessons in Hiroshima. Exploring Different Parts of Japan…

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