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Flip Guide category, Our Experiences, 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.
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History or facts – Information on any historical facts in Tokyo or surrounding areas as well as where they originated.
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.
Through our experiences, discover the Japanese culture, Japanese tradition, 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!
I am writing this because I have gained what I believe to be good insights into corporate life in Japan, the corporate culture and corporate mentality in Japan through having lived in Japan for nearly 8 years, 4 of which I spent studying contemporary Japanese culture and history in school, and the remaining four at
Not only is walking in Japan an amazing form of exercise… but it’s the best way to find those cute hole-in-the-wall coffee shops or tiny family-owned restaurants serving authentic Japanese food at deals so good it makes you wonder if their business is doing okay. Hello, hello, hello! I’m Lana, a Canadian-born Japanese/German who’s been
When I came to Japan originally, it was through the military. I’m from a small town in Georgia and even though I’d been a long-time anime fan, I hadn’t the slightest idea about Japan! The closest thing I’d seen about what The Land of The Rising Sun was like was on Cartoon Network (an American
Interested in art, digital technology, and interactive exhibits? If so, then teamLab Borderless is perfect for you! I am not here to show you endless photos, because I believe you should go, be surprised and experience it for yourselves. I am here to share some teamLab Borderless tips and tricks to help you cover everything
It’s hard being a tattooed person, especially when you are a foreigner in Japan wanting to try out the traditional onsen (hot springs). Even though it’s not as big a problem in today’s world in most countries, tattoos are still relatively taboo in Japan because they’re associated with the yakuza. For those of you who