Christmas in Japan

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Christmas in Japan
Do you wonder what Christmas is like in Japan? December 25th is not a national holiday in Japan. Unless it is on the weekend, people work and go to school on that day. Christmas is mostly a commercial event there. The big corporations do the main decorating and illuminating of their buildings and the trees. The first recorded Christmas in Japan...

The Mysterious Earthen Castles — Fujian Tulou

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Fujian Tulou
Fujian's Tulou are unique, usually round, fort-like buildings, built with a mixture of clay and sandy soil. These rare buildings were designed by the circumspect Hakka minority as large fortresses and apartment buildings in one, and were inscribed by UNESCO as a cluster of World Cultural Heritage Sites in 2008. Because of their large, round shapes in clusters, tulou satellite...

Rilakkuma 15th x Keikyu 120th

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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.   ...

The peaceful place in Hong Kong: Tsz Shan Monastery

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Tsz Shan Monastery (Chinese: 慈山寺) is a large Buddhist temple located in Tung Tsz, Tai Po District, Hong Kong. As a Chinese Buddhist monastery established for the inheritance of the teaching of the Buddha, Tsz Shan Monastery is a sanctuary for the purpose of spiritual purification, and endeavours to open the door to compassion and wisdom for the public...

Learn How To Enjoy A Japanese Ryokan with Hot Springs

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A complete town famous for the Ryokan (Japanese style hotels that includes Onsen service). The Wakura-onsen Hot Spring is known as one of the best high-class hot spring resorts in Japan and as the “ocean’s hot spring.” It is located in Nanao City of Ishikawa, at the central part of the Noto-hanto Peninsula sticking into the Sea of Japan...

10,000 Buddhas Monastery, Hong Kong

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The Monastery of Ten Thousand Buddhas in Shatin
The Monastery of Ten Thousand Buddhas in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. Are there really 10,000 Buddhas at this Monastery? Surely such a thing isn’t possible?” Well, I discovered it is possible. Here’s a little history lesson about the Monastery: Built in 1957 by Reverend Yuet Kai and his disciples, the Monastery of Ten Thousand Buddhas took eight years to complete. It took...

Miffy Bakery to Open in Kyoto

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Miffy Bakery
Miffy Sakura Kitchen is Japan’s first bakery to combine the traditional Japanese aesthetic with Miffy. The shop open in Arashiyama, Kyoto on October 3.  Miffy’s kitchen locates at Arashiyama, is a famous tourist destination of Kyoto. Miffy fans check out the Miffy Sakura Kitchen & Bakery in Kyoto this year. Miffy’s kitchen sells Miffy licensed merchandise and items in collaboration...

New TIFFANY & CO. Concept Store Open in HARAJUKU, TOKYO

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Tiffany Cafe
In April 19, Tiffany & Co. opened a new concept store Tiffany @ Cat Street concept store in Tokyo’s Harajuku neighborhood. Unlike the upscale locales of many of its other Tiffany & Co. stores, this one is located between the youth centers of Shibuya and Harajuku, on what is known as Cat Street. The store located at...

Cup Noodles Museum in Yokohama

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Cup Noodles Museum in Yokohama
The world’s first instant ramen, Chicken Ramen, debuted in 1958. In 1971 cup noodles went on sale for the first time anywhere and instant ramen became an international food. Today 95.4 billion serves of instant ramen are consumed every year. The Cup Noodles Museum is located in Minato Mirai, Yokohama, celebration for the 40th birthday of Cup Noodles and opened on September 17, 2011. You can experience the...

Taking a Private Ramen Booth at home

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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...
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