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For your Japan travel, in FLIP Guide Blog, Discover the fun and interesting facts, Must-do, Must-see, Tips as well as personal and genuine recommendations when you visit this amazing country, experiencing the culture and tradition, with your local friends. Discover the interesting and unique things through interviews, find out about the unusual fun facts about Japan, Quirky Japan, explore the Japanese culture, sometimes even weird things about this country. Find out what foreigners and Japanese people think about this amazing country and all its perks and special things.
Navigate around: We show you how to navigate around Tokyo, with the unique culture, traditions and history. We provide useful information, tips and instructions on everything you need to know when travelling around, with information such as getting sim cards or travel passes.
Must-do: We provide ultimate guides to show you the ins and outs of different tourist attractions, sights and different areas. Based on your interests and what you are hoping to see, we take you with us on a journey to see all the activities you need to experience and explore, the places you need to visit and delicious food and drinks you have to try.
Hidden spots- We believe that a lot of the most special and wonderful places are hidden in local areas and the underground world in this amazing country. We take you to different local hidden gems in local areas, showcasing secret and hole in the wall spots, for when you visit Japan. We are here to provide recommendations Japan and expertise on local unknown or uncommon restaurants, bars, club and experiences and how to find them in Tokyo.
Quirky things- We show you the unique aspect and the weird side of Japan, which you can’t find anywhere else in the world. From animal cafes to maid cafes, anime and manage culture to e-sports culture, vending machines to game centres and pachinko, we cannot wait to show you all the mind-blowing and amazing parts!
Interviews- We have interviews asking around not just Japanese people, but foreigners in Japan and tourists about the amazing and interesting things about Japan. Get to know how it is to be a foreigner living in Japan, a Japanese person working in this business culture, the daily lives of a salaryman, Quirky Japan through our eyes and so much more.
Cultural tips- If you are unsure about the dos and don’ts in Japan, we are here to help. We provide advice and information on social expectations and etiquette in Japan. From eating in restaurants, sitting in trains, walking around the street, heading to temples and shrines, there are lots of interesting and amazing experiences you can enjoy and we cannot wait to share them with you!
Language- Learn about the common useful Japanese phrases, helpful information on commonly used phrases to help you get around in Japan. Discover some interesting facts about this beautiful language in unusual Japan.
The Tale of Genji (Genji no monogatari, 源氏の物語) is the world’s first full-length novel, written between 1000 and 1012 by Shikibu Murasaki, also known as Lady Murasaki. It’s a behemoth of a book, with 54 chapters and around 1,300 pages in the English translations. In this The tale of Genji book review, I will show
If you have no idea who the “NHK guy” is and why you’d want to get rid of them, consider yourself lucky! For those of you who live in Japan, you’ve probably encountered the NHK guy knocking on your door at least once, asking for money. In this blog post, I’ll explain who the NHK
Samurais have truly evolved throughout time as one of Japan’s most famous symbols. The ferocious warriors of the past, Japanese samurais are Japan’s original badasses. While they are most known for their long, sleek swords—the katana (刀, single-edged sword)—they were also trained to use bows, spears, and daggers, making them multi-talented warriors who were a
White faces, kimono, ornate hair accessories… The geisha has become one of the most iconic representations of Japan, Japanese culture and tradition. As not many people may know more about geisha beyond what they’ve seen in Hollywood’s Memoirs of a Geisha (2006) or in Japanese anime and manga, I wanted to share some information about
Japan is the place to shop. From high-end clothing stores selling branded goods to 100 yen stores selling cute trinkets and household items, you’ll be able to find something no matter what you’re looking for and no matter your budget. Find out the best places to go shopping in Japan with the best cheap shopping, shopping