The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has provided multilingual booklets for foreign visitors and residents in Tokyo about receiving early consultation concerning infectious diseases. This free booklet is available in English, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Korean, Thai, and Spanish.
In early summer, the wet season called "Tsuyu" comes around to bring lots of rain and damp humid weather to Japan. The beginning and the end of Tsuyu season vary by region.
Though the rail network in Japan is dense, there are cases you need to take a local bus to get to your travel destination from the nearest train station. The local bus system varies depending on the bus company or the area where the bus is served, and it makes even Japanese people confused when they use the service at a new place.
What do you want to do next after having done all the sightseeing in Japan? Where else do you want to go other than typical touristy spots? Now here is an idea, hiking!. Hiking in Japan allows you to not only enjoy the scenery in a natural setting but also discover unique Japanese culture created in history.
“Point Card wo Omochi Desu Ka?" or "Do you have a Point Card?" this is a phrase that customers are commonly asked at stores in Japan, such as supermarkets and convenience stores. A Point Card is a loyalty card or a reward card in English, which is a membership card allowing the cardholders to receive discounts.
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 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.