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Fushimi Inari - Memoirs of a Geek-sha

Fushimi Inari: Memoirs of a Geek-sha. One of the top tourist spots in Japan, and the setting for one of the most beautiful scenes in the movie "Memoirs of a Geisha". Follow me, as I explore this beautiful place!

Japan's rabbit island and cat island(s) are islands where hundreds of bunnies and cats (respectively) live freely~ with only very few people (residents/caretakers) who stay in the island to take care of them/feed them. (=ↀωↀ=) Rabbit island is locally known as Okunoshima, while there are about a dozen cat islands in Japan, but the most popular islands are Aoshima Island and Tashirojima. They have become must-visit tourist spots in Japan for cat-lovers and bunny-lovers!

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Pretty petals! The Japanese frozen treat that looks like a rose bud

Rosebud IceCream You might not think anything could make ice cream even more delicious, but have you traveled to Nagasaki? In this Japanese metropolis you’ll find chirin-chirin, an ice cream that has been ‘sold at tourist spots around Nagasaki City for over 50 years’. Apparently this delicious dessert is dished up by ‘little old ladies’ and costs […]

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Top 10 Most Popular Tourist Attractions in Japan

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A lot of your travel budget in Japan is for transportation. This is a comprehensive list that can save you dollars.

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Jindai Botanical Gardens (神代植物公園)

Are you into Are you into ✿ Garden Tourism ✿ ? Jindai Botanical Garden, which is located only 30 minutes by train from Tokyo Shinjuku Station is a must-see place when visiting Japan, especially during the sakura, peony, wisteria and rose season! Plan your perfect Tokyo trip and don't miss this off of beaten path tourist spot :)

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Tsukiji Market (築地市場)

Located right in the middle of #Tokyo, #Tsukiji is the largest #seafood market in the world, and makes a fantastic (and free) addition to any Tokyo itinerary. However with increasingly unstable relations between the vendors (for whom this is their livelihood) and tourists (for whom it is a fascinating attraction), it is important to know how to “do” Tsukiji properly.