I have to agree that most of the beautiful and amazing cities in Japan are located on their largest island, which is Honshu Island, where Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka are located. However, it doesn’t mean that the cities located on smaller islands around Honshu Island are less appealing compared to the cities on the mainland. One of the proofs for my sentence could be found in Fukuoka, which is a city of 1.5 million citizen that was as one of the most liveable city on earth. Great views, relaxing atmosphere, and rich in culture, Fukuoka is the place for those who wants to take a break from the fast-paced cities to the north. Continue reading
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- Tagged architecture, Culture, Department Store, Japanese food, Kyushu, Land Scape, restaurants, Shopping, Traditional Arts, traditional taste, travel
New year eve in Tokyo (via the times)
Akemashite Omedetou or Happy New Year 2013!!! It’s been quite a while since the last time we posted an article. Well, sorry about that since in the first week I was still kind of lazy and in the last week I was kind of busy with works. However, worry not since now Japanesense is back again to fill this blog up with the latest news and articles about the Japanese stuffs! Starting from tomorrow, Sultan a.k.a Saladine will post new article again and, just like usual, I will post my newest article on Friday. Once again, we’d like to wish you all of you guys Happy new year 2013! We hope there will be greater things in this year for all of us! See you later guys and be sure to start following Japanesense again! :)
Below here are some of the pictures of Japan’s 2012 year-end..
Hello everyone! How’s your Christmas day? I hope it was great since today, still in the mood for Christmas, I’m going to present you some pictures of the Christmas Illuminations that we can find in Tokyo! Just as what I said in some previous posts, that the Christmas and year-end time is the best time to go travel around Tokyo! The reason is because there are so many glittering and enchanting Christmas Illuminations in every famous areas in Tokyo, such as Roppongi, Shiodome, Omotesando, etc that are going to transform the bustling, crowded metropolitan Tokyo into an amazing “Winter Wonderland”. So, get ready to see the magical romantic year-end that you can have in Tokyo! Continue reading
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- Tagged architecture, Culture, Department Store, Land Scape, Tokyo, travel
|This post is written by Saladine|
Welcome back, dear reader! It’s my 3rd post on the issue of Japanese School’s Life. Time sure fly fast, isn’t it? Continuation from the 2nd post, today I will cover the “interesting” fact about Japanese School, the school trips, and the proud times of graduation day! Hmmm, the way I used word seems cliché today. Maybe the cafe environment hinder my writing technique? Oh well! Let’s get down to lecturing!
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- Tagged disaster, earthquake, education, ensoku, environment, graduation, Highschool, School Life, School Trip, shuugaku ryokou
|This post is written by Saladine|
Hello and welcome to the 2nd part of Japanese School’s Life! In my previous post, I state the general information in Japanese school’s life, so in this post I’ll try to cover a different aspects. What kind of article I will write today, you might ask? Well, honorable reader, today I will cover the Japanese School’s buildings and the inside, and the ever-diligent hobby of cram school! I really wish I can cover more today, but I’m afraid that will make this article rather long and boring. Enough apologizing! Without further ado, let’s get on to the main topic!