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Japanese traditions is a category that is here to classify blogs that are about particular areas, districts or prefectures within Tokyo, Japan including but not limited to: Shinjuku, Shibuya, Roppongi, Azabu Juban, Nakano, Shimokitazawa, Asakusa, Koenji, Akihabara.
This category will also include the following information for each area
History or facts – Information on any historical facts in Tokyo or surrounding areas as well as where they originated. This is to help you under Japanese traditions and culture deeper.
For your Japan culture, 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.
Through our experiences, discover the Japanese culture, Japanese traditions, society, daily experiences and parts about living or travelling in Japna that you have yet to discover!
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!
New Year is the most widely-celebrated holiday in Japan (yes, even more so than Christmas which isn’t even a public holiday in Japan). We’ll share how Japanese people celebrate the New Year with unique Japanese new year activities, culture and traditions. New Year is one of the only times in the year when all Japanese
Japan is a secular country so it comes as no surprise that religious Christian Christmas traditions are not widely practised here. Instead, Japan has come up with its own traditions and ways of celebrating this holiday. Japanese Christmas is unique and different from other countries and if you happen to spend winter in Japan, definitely check
When you think of Japanese food, you probably think of sushi and ramen. But, there is so much more than that when it comes to the Japanese cuisine! If you’re spending your time right and visiting the right places in Japan, every meal should excite you. So, to help you seek out the right dishes,