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Japan Candy Box This is a promotional post. The Japan Candy Box was kindly sent to us to try and review for Why So Japan. We’ve been wanting to try a Japanese themed box for a long time now and thanks to the people at Japan Candy Box this is the first time we got the opportunity to do so. We are big fans of subscription boxes which lets you explore different products which you might not know otherwise are available on the market. Each subscription box is filled with 8-10 Japanese candies…

Japan Candy Box This is a promotional post. The Japan Candy Box was kindly sent to us to try and review for Why So Japan. We’ve been wanting to try a Japanese themed box for a long time now and thanks to the people at Japan Candy Box this is the first time we got the opportunity to do so. We are big fans of subscription boxes which lets you explore different products which you might not know otherwise are available on the market. Each subscription box is filled with 8-10 Japanese candies…

Craft Stores in Japan – Tokyo (Asakusabashi) – Blackcabbit's World

Craft Stores in Japan – Tokyo (Asakusabashi) – Blackcabbit's World

Hyper Japan shop Hyper Japan has now opened it’s first shop as of the end of oktober 2013. Its located in the Camden stables market area in London. The shop, being its first, is a small shop. But content is growing.  (LW34-3)

Hyper Japan shop Hyper Japan has now opened it’s first shop as of the end of oktober Its located in the Camden stables market area in London. The shop, being its first, is a small shop.

Transport while on holiday Before traveling to Japan Part 2, We have mostly traveled within Tokyo and we normally use a Suica card. It’s a bit like the Oyster card that they have in London. You can charge it up with money and you just tap in and tap out via the barriers at the train/underground station. There are two cards that can be used in Tokyo, Suica and Pasmo. Both do for most part the same job while traveling in Tokyo the cards can be brought direct from the ticket machines at the ...

Transport while on holiday Before traveling to Japan Part 2, We have mostly traveled within Tokyo and we normally use a Suica card. It’s a bit like the Oyster card that they have in London. You can charge it up with money and you just tap in and tap out via the barriers at the train/underground station. There are two cards that can be used in Tokyo, Suica and Pasmo. Both do for most part the same job while traveling in Tokyo the cards can be brought direct from the ticket machines at the ...

This gachapon store is located in Akihabara, Japan and has tons of vending machines full of anime collector's items.

Tons of Japanese Capsule Toys at Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan

I recently visited the Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan store and this store is ridiculous with all the gachapon machines they have. If you’re a gachapon lover, you must go here.

Japan is a paper-lover’s paradise—here's where to find the best selection.

The 10 Best Stationery Stores in Tokyo

Cartoon: Why I love "real books" but they also kind of suck...

I love real books but… (cartoon)

Cartoon: Why I love "real books" but they also kind of suck.

WhySoJapan’s Video Library In our video library you will find all our videos that are either to do with a certain post from the site or random videos that we just have to share.

Tokyo Roar Tokyo Roar is a short film made by filmmaker Brandon Li. Brandon filmed Tokyo Roar while on a month trip in Japan.

ELLE AND JESS: Rilakkuma and Hello Kitty Store (Kiddy Land, Japan ...

ELLE AND JESS: Rilakkuma and Hello Kitty Store (Kiddy Land, Japan ...

[Tokyo-Anime] Tokyo Anime Centre, Akihabara, Tokyo. Image by Simon Richmond / Lonely Planet

21 free things to do in Tokyo

20 free things to do in Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Anime Centre, Akihabara, Tokyo. Image by Simon Richmond / Lonely Planet

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Mouth watering seafood rice bowl in Tsukiji Market Tokyo

Chopsticks Kappabashi Street Tokyo Japan

Shopping on Tokyo's Kappabashi Street

Wondering what to buy in Tokyo? Kappabashi Street is a great Tokyo street where you can shop for Japanese knives, chopsticks, pottery and Tokyo souvenirs.

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