JAPAN

Culinary capital where beautiful landscapes and traditions harmonize amongst futuristic trends and culture

 

Our Japan Guide is coming soon! 

until then you can check out the spots we went to on google maps:

Kobe & Kyoto

Tokyo

and on instagram

#NoLeftoversJapan

 
 
 

TOKYO FOOD

SURVIVAL GUIDE

Comfortable Sneakers and Clothing for walking around the city. Tokyo is very fashion-forward, but not too fancy. Jeans are suitable for daytime and nice pants and top for dinners.

WHAT TO PACK

Trains & Subways can you get everywhere throughout the country & cities

Buy an IC Card: Pasmo or JR Pass
Uber & Taxis are available during the day, but very expensive.

TRANSPORTATION

No Tipping

Currency: Yen
Language: Japanese

English is not commonly spoken, written or understood; Have Google translate installed on your phone, (this will come in handy in many situations)

ETIQUETTE

The easiest and most popular city to arrive into Japan is Tokyo.

There are two major international airports in Tokyo (Narita and Haneda), and you can catch a train in Tokyo for pretty much every city via JR or Shinkansen.

If you are coming from another destination, Kansai International Airport, is nearest to Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto; and New Chitose Airport, is nearest to Sapporo. 

GETTING THERE

September is Typhoon season & the summer months are typically very warm and rainy. In the North it is colder and snows throughout the winter. 

WEATHER

High season is from March through early June & late Autumn after typhoon season ends.

Cherry Blossom season is late March -early April.

Hotel rates typically lower during low-season.

WHEN TO GO

 
 
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