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A Korean BBQ Lover’s Birthday Cake

Hanwoo
Hanwoo (한우) is sort of the Korean equivalent of Japanese Wagyu: It's a breed of cattle native to Korea. If you love Korean barbecue beef, you must visit this Korean restaurant to celebrate your birthday! The Samjeongjib 삼정집 Korean restaurant in Seoul was once visited by many TVs, and their unique dish - Korean Hanwoo Birthday Cake, became a popular birthday...

Meltingfinger: Super Colorful Macarons store in Taipei, Taiwan

Meltingfinger
People dream of going to Paris to try the ones from Pierre Hermé, and Ladurée. You can find macarons not just in boutiques and upscale bakery chains across the country. These has a super colorful macaron store in Taipei is operated by Korean sister and brother. They came to Taiwan and opened this shop to share his favorite sweets and complete his dream! The macaroons are...

Largest LEGO® brick cherry blossom tree – Guinness World Records

Legoland
Many tourists recently went to Japan to see the cherry blossoms. LEGOLAND® Japan built a cherry blossoms tree. The tree made of 881,470 pieces of legos, weighing 7348 lbs and 14.4 ft high. The cherry tree will light up at night. The Cherry Blossoms display at the LEGOLAND® Japan until May 6.  [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp3ktsWm58A]

Marvelous Pink World: Shibazakura Park

Shibazakura
Japan is filled with many flower seasons throughout spring and summer. The shibazakura blossom (Pink Moss Phloxes) comes shortly after the cherry blossom sakura season and is usually in full bloom from end-May to mid-June. There are some places which are only famous for this beautiful flower are Takinoue Shibazakura Park, Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park, and Higashimokoto Shibazakura Park are the most valued flower...

Rilakkuma 15th x Keikyu 120th

Rilakkuma
In this Spring, Rilakkuma celebrating 15th anniversary special event with Keikyu train line. "Rilakkuma 15th × Keikyu 120th Celebration Campaign" will start from March 5th to May 15th.  New release merchandises on March 5, 2018!   At the Keihaku line station, there have 3 stores provide standing eat soba "Ekimin no", limited time only! You can pick different menus at each shop.   ...

Taking a Private Ramen Booth at home

Ichiran Ramen
It’s not hard finding great ramen in Tokyo. Ichiran, which has many restaurants throughout Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, is actually known for something else besides its popular restaurants: In Asia, the company sells boxes of its instant ramen that many consider the finest of the packet genre extant. It fetches a rather high price, five packs of instant ramen...

Heritage of Mei Ho House preserves the history of Hong Kong’s public housing

Mei Ho House
Public housing in Hong Kong, started in 1954 after a massive fire in Shek Kip Mei which destroyed thousands of homes and left 58,000 people homeless in 1953, gave many people a home and also a hope.   In 1961, the "low-cost housing" scheme was introduced through the construction of 62,380 flats housing 363,000 people in 18 estates.  In 1973, the Government...

Opening Night of Hong Kong Pulse Light Show

Hong Kong Pulse Light Show
Hong Kong Pulse Night Show has brighten up the famous culture center in Tsim Sha Tsui,  Hong Kong this winter.  The exhilarating multimedia light show with spectacular lighting effects, 3D projection mapping, music and sound effects at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Open Piazza attracts many locals and tourists all over the world.   This 8-minute free performance runs from December 1 to December 28...

Universal Studios Japan’s Real 4-D Dragon Ball Z Attraction

The Real 4-D "Dragon Ball Z Super World Martial Arts Tournament" feature a new fight for Goku this summer. "The Real 4-D Dragon Ball Z Super World Martial Arts Tournament" will open in the park on June 30 and run until October 1. Other attractions included in the Shonen Jump Summer line-up include a One Piece live show, "JoJo's Bizarre...

Japan’s iconic Tsukiji seafood market has launched its first overseas venture in Hong Kong

Fish market
A Hong Kong version of Tokyo’s famous fish market opened at the Wan Chai Ferry Pier in November as both a welcome addition to the city’s gastronomic scene, and a major tourist attraction. Occupying an expansive 11,000 square feet space overlooking Victoria Harbour, the Hong Kong Tsukiji Yamataka Seafood Market provides fresh seafood flown in from Japan’s Tsukiji District...
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