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SHIKOKU

Ehime Discover GJ Editor GJ Editor

Shikoku is an island of Japan, located to the southwest of Tokyo. Its name means four countries, and as the name suggests, it is made up of four prefectures; Tokushima, Kagawa, Kochi and Ehime. Shikoku came in the second one of the top Asian destination in Lonely Planet’s Best in the Asia Pacifi… Read More

Hotel Metropolitan Nagano

Nagano Accommodations GJ Editor GJ Editor

Nagano City is just a 90 minutes bullet train ride from Tokyo station, making it easy to access not only from Tokyo but also from many other exciting tourism spots. The Hotel Metropolitan Nagano is directly connected to the JR Nagano Station Building, so you can go straight to the hotel without eve… Read More

Ski & Snowboard Hire Woody Hakuba

Nagano Snow Gear GJ Editor GJ Editor

Up to 20% off discount for your rental in Hakuba! Located at the foot of a 360° panoramic mountain range in Nagano Prefecture, Hakuba Village is an adventurous outdoor activity resort sought after by tourists at all times of the year. Hakuba is a one massive ski resort that features seven ne… Read More

Oze Iwakura Resort

Gunma Accommodations GJ Editor GJ Editor

Just two and a half hours from the centre of the world’s largest metropolis of Tokyo, winter sports loving visitors to Oze Iwakura Resort will be thrilled to find Kanto’s largest ski resort. The resort is also accessible from JR Nagano Station by bullet train over the same amount of travel time… Read More

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TOKYO TOWER VS TOKYO SKYTREE

Tokyo Basics Ayla Yuile Ayla Yuile

Tokyo city is full of towering buildings, but did you know there are two rivalling towers there? Image via Klook Both Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree are free standing broadcasting towers. They are both quite tall and visitors can take a long elevat…Read More

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