Japan

A Novel Take on Tokyo

Set in Tokyo just after World War 2, Lynnn Kutsukake’s debut novel, The Translation of Love, follows an American occupier, a newly repatriated Japanese-Canadian and a tenacious local girl all trying to piece their lives back together in a city reduced to rubble. “It was a time full of turbulence, chaos, despair and hope”, Kutsukake…

Japanese ladies for marriage

Japanese ladies for marriage If you are reading this topic, it means you are ready for the big step and you probably wish to find “THE”, perfect Japanese lady matching your expectation in every sense of the word. Trust me, there is a lady for everyone of you even for the most picky guy! You will…

Tattoos in Japan ?

Is Tattoo allowed in Japan? Tattoos are cool and very trendy in USA and western countries but what about tattoos in Japan? Does the culture allow this trend? Well, believe it or not, tattoos are prohibited in Japan in almost every institutions. Meaning, every where you will go they won’t allow you to enter if…

Japanese Capsule Hotels in Tokyo

Short in money or need a short time sleep bed ? Capsule (“kapuseru” or カプセル) is the strangest concept but the cheapest way to sleep if you visit Japan. However, you might reconsider this option if you suffer of Claustrophobia, it’s smaller than you think. 🙂 I have been traveling Japan since 15 years and i…

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