Travel

Udon Blanket in Japan Promises Better Sleep

The COVID-19 pandemic has been giving us heavy loads of anxiety since it started. With all the stress and worries on top of our heads right now, having a good night’s sleep seems to be very difficult nowadays.  So. in order to solve this problem, a company in Japan popular for its Goku no Kimochi

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September 7, 2021

Kyushoku – Japanese School Lunch System

School lunch, also called Kyushoku in Japan, was recognized as a legitimate part of children’s education in the country way back 1954 when the School Lunch Act was implemented. The act was set to teach knowledge about how food is produced and important dining customs in Japan. This also encourages healthy social interaction among classmates

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June 18, 2021

COMING SOON: Vaccine Passport in Japan

Japan is eyeing to organize the implementation of vaccine passports this summer modeling the European Union’s COVID certificate system.    While being behind in the vaccine rollout compared to other first-world nations, Japan has finally stepped up its game and is scheduled to begin its general public inoculation this June 2021.    With a goal

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June 10, 2021

A Must-Visit: The Bunny Island in Japan

“Kawaii” in Japanese means cute. If you are looking for somewhere cute to visit in Japan, Bunny Island is a must-visit place!   Two miles off the coast of the Japanese city of Takehara, in Hiroshima Prefecture, that is around 12-15 minutes ferry ride, you will be welcomed by a bunch of cute little bunnies

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June 3, 2021

5 Useful Japanese Phrases for Tourists in Japan

Hello everyone! For this week, we will be sharing 5 useful Japanese phrases for tourists when in Japan brought to you by Delta TV.    I know everyone can’t wait to fly and visit Japan especially that there are new attractions in Disney Land and there is also a first city cable car in Yokohama

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May 19, 2021

Japan’s First City Cable Car Opens in Yokohama

For a relaxing view of the city, a 5-minute ride, 630m journey,  on this ropeway will surely take your breath away! Yokohama City already attracts a staggering 36.3 million annual visitors and with the addition of the first city cable car, the city will surely attract more visitors once it’s opened this April 2021. This

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April 27, 2021

5 Budget Hacks to Survive in Japan

For this week’s article, instead of sharing some news, we will be sharing some money-saving tips when in Japan. We are featuring a video from Delta TV entitled “How to Live in a Budget in Japan”. In Delta TV’s blog, they shared 5 budget hacks on how to live on a budget in Japan.  According

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April 20, 2021

Unveiling the Newest Hotel in Tokyo Disneyland: Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel

Do you still remember Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Mr. Potato Head, Rex the Dinosaur, Hamm the Piggy Bank, and the Slinky Dog? They are the famous characters in Disney’s Toy Story film. Despite the negative impact of the pandemic on theme parks like Disneyland, this didn’t stop Tokyo Disneyland from building an additional hotel attraction in

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April 15, 2021

Hanami Cancelled due to Coronavirus Pandemic

  Did you know that hanami is a Japanese practice or custom of viewing cherry blossoms when they are in full bloom in Japan? These Cherry blossoms are said to symbolize the fragility of life in Japanese culture as Cherry Blossoms’ full blooms last for only about a week before the petals start falling off

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March 29, 2021

Japan Inbound Travelers Required to Install Location Confirmation App and Skype on Smartphones

A new regulation enacted by the Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare is set out in Japan to comply with the 14 days of self-quarantine upon arriving in Japan before mingling with the general public.   Three apps are required to be installed on your Smartphone upon arrival at either Haneda or Narita Airport. And

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March 22, 2021