You can find a 7-eleven convenience store almost anywhere in Japan. But do you know they have a good selection of sandwich snacks and sweets? They are not so expensive but the quality is very high. We would like to recommend their Egg Salad roll sandwich when you want something light to bite. It is just over 100 yen, 120 yen + tax to be precise. The egg mayonnaise is very soft and creamy, the volume of the filling is quite generous, and the roll bread is very soft and light. It is just a right portion for a snack: definitely a healthier snack than a chocolate bar or potato […]
Ringer Hut is a kind of fast food restaurants you can find almost any shopping areas in Japan. They serve Chanpon raman and Sara-Udon, deep fried thin raman with toppings. Both are the most famous and popular local dishes in Nagasaki. Ramen from Nagasaki is called “Chanpon” which means “mix variety of things”. The noodles for Chanpon are quite thick, the soup has unique creamy colour and tastes a kind of creamy as well. Their deep fried thin noodles are called “Sara-udon“. Although it is called udon, the noodles are unlike standard udon. They are deep-fired and each udon is much thinner and very crispy. One portion of noddles is […]
It is so gloomy during the rainy season in Japan. The rainy season varies depending on a region but usually in mid-end June in most regions in Japan. In the rainy season, you can alternatively enjoy some indoor activities if you have to visit Japan in June, however, why don’t you look out for a famous garden for Ajisai flowers if the time is right! Ajisai flowers look so gorgeous when many bloomedat the same time at one spot. In Kanto areas, there are many famous gardens that you can see these Ajisai flowers. If you stay in Tokyo, we recommend “Hakusan Jinja”, a shrine-cum-park, “Hakusai Koen”. They have 3,000 […]
Staring from 18 May 2019, the remaining ticket sales of Rugby World Cup Japan 2019™ is sold on a first come first served basis to all the public until July 2019. All the popular fixtures have been almost sold out but some of the interesting fixtures are still available such as England vs Tonga at Sapporo Dome, Hokkaido where England beat Argentina in the 2002 World Cup football game.If you missed to get a ticket for your-dying-to-watch matches, please note that the official ticket resale will start from 31 May 2019. [From the official site] This is to provide fans a safe and secure platform from which to resell Rugby […]
It is not common to find a hotel in Harajuku. But Girls! You can find a perfect accommodation in Harajuku and this place is all in pink!! MOSHI MOSHI ROOMS’ first concept accommodation is called “SAKURA”, which means cherry blossoms, and as you can imagine, Sakura is pink. This unique space is dedicated to pink and sakura. The room rate is not exactly economical but it is well worth staying with 4 other friends as the maximum people to share is 5. You can also use the roof top area, which is artistic and fashionable, and ideal for BBQ and a small outdoor party. Staying there is definitely ”Instagenic”, in […]
Please be advised that we have very big 10 days “Golden Week National Holiday” in Japan from 27th April to 6th May. Almost of all public business such as post offices and banks will be closed. We will therefore ship orders which we received during the holiday after 7th May.
Japan Post Co. has released commemorative stamps for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics on March 12. The 82 JPY stamps featuring the Olympic mascot Miraitowa, the Paralympic character Someity and an image of the new National Stadium, is also available after May 13 at post offices across the country and on Japan Post’s website. The stamps come in sheets of 10, of which there will be 1 million, and will be priced at 920 JPY, which includes a donation of 100 JPY to be used for preparing and managing the Summer Games. If you want us to buy them for you, please let us know. ＼#Tokyo2020 特殊切手「東京2020オリンピック・パラリンピック競技大会(寄附金付)」が登場📮／3月12日(火)から全国の郵便局などで販売スタート！デザインは #2020マスコット、大会エンブレム、競技場があしらわれた特別仕様✨ぜひ、お近くの郵便局でご覧ください。 […]
Nagao is one of few regions in Japan that not facing the ocean. It is surrounded by 3,000m tall mountains and known as Roof of Japan. Nagano is also famous for winter sports and hosted the Winter Olympics in 1998. The most popular tourist spot in Nagano among the tourists outside of Japan must be ”Jigokudani Yaen-koen” where you can see wild Japanese monkeys soak in onsen hot spring! It is very hard to get there but many tourists from all over the countries visit there. If you are driving and want to have a relaxing time as well, we recommend you to stop by Togurakamiyamada Onsen on the way […]
We will close from December 29th 2018 to January 6th 2019 for the winter holiday. Please allow us to commence our usual business after January 5th. Thank you and have a great holiday!!
The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games announced the ticket prices for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. All the ticket applications outside of Japan will be able to order through the National Olympic Committee of your own country or authorised ticket reseller. A list of these organisations in each country will be published by spring 2019 on the Tokyo 2020 official website. Ticket prices and the application process will vary from country to country, although the structure will be broadly in line with that for tickets purchased in Japan. Source: Tokyo 2020 Olympics Official site Ticket Prices of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Ceremony Price List Opening Ceremony […]