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Tokyo is a vibrant city but it can get a tad overwhelming. Luckily, there are some quiet and quaint Shitamachi (下町) neighbourhoods where you can get a feel of life in olden Japan. Check them out!
Japan is becoming more and more Muslim-friendly these days, with halal-certified restaurants, easily accessible restaurants and useful apps. So Muslims can experience Japanese omotenashi!
In this technological age, Japanese children love their digital devices, just like children from other developed nations. But some childhood toys are still popular among them. Here are 3 of them!
Home to Japan's most elaborate Tanabata festival, Sendai draws truckloads of visitors come summer every year. Its gourmet will delight your tastebuds as well, so here's five foods you must try!
I'm sure you have heard of soshoku danshi (herbivore men), but do you know that 3 other kinds of Japanese guys have emerged and are winning the hearts of appreciative ladies? Read on to find out more!
Robots have been long used in Japan as caregivers for the elderly. But since they are so useful and adorable, they have been used by more and more industries. Read on to find out 3 new robot trends!
A fuss-free 80-min train ride from Central Tokyo, Chichibu offers unique charms that you can't find in Tokyo. Think charismatic festivals, sacred temples and untouched nature. Here are 5 such charms!
Japanese is an evolving language, and new words and phrases are coined by her people all the time. These words add an element of fun, so why not learn 5 such words so that you can spice up your chats?
Neko nomikusu. Do you know this term that has been trending since 2015? A combination of neko (cat) and economics, it shows how cats are getting super popular in Japan. Here are 3 trends to check out!
Osaka people are known to be the funniest people in Japan, so learning their dialect will help you break the ice easily with Japanese people and make them laugh! Here are 5 words you can use.