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Bon-chochin is a lantern used for Obon お盆, the Buddhist summer festival to honour the dead or welcome the spirits of the dead on their annual visits. It has been said Bon-chochin lanterns are to illuminate the direction so that the visitors don’t lose their way from the heaven to the earthly world.
Needless to say, you are not allowed to bring home bath towels and face towels provided in hotel rooms. The same can be said for other accommodations in Japan.Then, how about the small, thin towel provided with a toothbrush?
In all regions of Japan you can flush used toilet paper down the toilet, at wash rooms in hotels, ryokans (Japanese inns), department stores, restaurants, trains stations, road stations, public facilities and home, however..
What do you think is important to have good relations with your neighbors? Greeting with a smile? Not to make too much noise? There must be many that come up to your mind. For people living in Tokyo, what they consider would be proper Gomidashi ゴミ出し, or proper Sort / Dispose of Garbage.
In major cities and tourist spots in Japan, there are quite a number of places to take advantage of a Wi-Fi Internet connection, used for Fee. Once you understand what types of Free Wi-Fi services are available, you will have less difficulty using them.
Categories : Daily Life
There are several types of Hocho or Japanese cooking knives, equipped depending on purpose of use, to cut veges, fish etc.
Most of prepaid SIM cards for visitors to Japan are sold at international airports or major electronic stores and the store location maps are usually provided on their website. You can also purchase the SIM card online before coming to Japan.
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In most Ryokan (Japanese style inns), there are onr or two of Daiyokujou which is a large communal bathing area. The Ryokan might have smaller personal tubs too. When you want to take a bath at Daiyokujou, remember to bring the bath towel and the hand towel from your room that was provided by Ryokan staff. At the bath, all soap and shampoo are provided.
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