KYOTO

Kiyomizudera(“Pure Water Temple”) is one of the most famous temple in Japan. It was founded in 780. There is east of Kyoto. Kiyomizudera is  known for its wooden stage that juts out from its main hall. We can see nice view from there, Cherry bloosam and momigi by seasons. Under the temple, there are many stores, suvenior shop, ice cream shop, Japanese item shop and so on. Sometimes Maiko is walking there, so we have a chance to take a picture with Maiko. She will be take kindly.

 

Gion is Kyoto’s most famous geisha street. there is around Shijo Avenue between Yasaka Shrine in the east. In there, we  entertained by a maiko or geiko while dining at an ochaya. As expert hostesses, we can enjoy conversation,serving drinks, leading drinking games and performing traditional music and dance. The services of geiko are expensive and exclusive, traditionally requiring an introduction from an existing customer. In recent years, however, some travel agencies and hotels have started to offer lunch or dinner packages with a maiko for foreigner. So, foreigner does not  need to care about Japanese skills. This oppotunity will be valuable experience.

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TOKYO

Asakusa

Asakusa

is major sightseeing spot in Taito area. The area has shitamachiatmosphere and famous for foreigner.Asakusa has a large number of theaters, cinemas, amusement arcades, pachinko parlors, bars and restaurants, which attract many people. 

 

 

 

Tsukizi

Tsukiji Fish Market is the famous area where there are fresh seafood. Located about 1.5km south of Tokyo Station, Tsukiji is the most famous of the place for foreigner. There has dismantle show. The market itself is not open every day. So, before you go, please check the Tsukizi web site.  

 

 

 

Akihabara

Akihabara, often called “Akiba,” is famous place in Japan. There are many electronic store and Maid café. Maid is the girl who wear maid costume. And Akiba there are many Otaku. Otaku who interest in animal, maid and game. There  has Otaku culture. Otaku also popular in Japan.

Sightseeing spot in Japan

We introduce sightseeing spot in Japan.

 

 

 

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