Akimahen or the Dos and Don’ts for tourists

Sorry, I have not been posting much recently since I have been very busy with other stuff. I thought before posting my Kyoto trip that you might want to know Japanese etiquette. Japan is a country with a very unique culture and heritage. Manners are very important to the Japanese. If you are a first-time […]

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Journey in Japan: Tokyo

Day 2 (Meiji shrine – Senso-ji temple) After the busy day discovering Central Tokyo and Odaiba, my next step was to visit the two main religious building in Tokyo Meiji shrine and Senso-ji temple. Meiji Shrine (明治神宮, Meiji Jingū) is one of the most important Shinto shrines. It was established in 1920 and dedicated to […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Bridge

Nihonbashi Bridge (日本橋) which means “Japan Bridge” is a business district in Chūō, Tokyo and crosses Nihonbashi River.  The first bridge made of wood was completed in 1603 and the current bridge was constructed of stone on a steel frame in 1911.

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