Fukuoka – A Two Face City for a Break from the Busy Cities to the North


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

Top 7 Most Romantic Places in Tokyo!


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Hello guys, how is it going? I hope you are all fine since today I’m going to cover about the romantic places in Tokyo. One of the most essential things that the lover seek is a romantic place to spend their time, isn’t it? In my opinion, Tokyo is one of the cities in this world that has the most romantic places. Though the style of the romantic is quite different with what will you get in other cities like Paris, Tokyo has its own characteristic of romance. From a romantic park to a romantic restaurant in a high building, Tokyo has it all. Not to mention the magnificent views surrounding the area and the great atmosphere in those places, certainly those are something that you can only find  in no other city but Tokyo! Now, let’s see what are those romantic places that Tokyo has to offer.. Continue reading

Colourful Harajuku – The Ground Zero for the Hang-Outers in Tokyo – part 4 Shoppers Paradise


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Hello Guys! Welcome back to the Colourful Harajuku series – The Ground Zero for the Hang-Outers in Tokyo- the 4th part. Today I’m going to tell you about my little experience as a shopaholic when I was in the downtown of Harajuku, where all your favourite stores lined up waiting for you to come inside. Harajuku that is famous because of this is the fashion district of Tokyo didn’t get that fame for nothing since in here you can have almost every clothes you’ve ever imagined to have, from the street wear to the high-end brands. So now, let’s go straight to the shopping ground!

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Colourful Harajuku – The Ground Zero for the Hang-Outers in Tokyo – part 3 Takeshita Doori


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Hello fellas! I’m back with the new Colourful Harajuku – The Ground Zero for the Hang-Outers in Tokyo – part three. This is the newest post of this series and this time we’re going to the very heart of Harajuku, which is Takeshita Doori! Before we start, I’d like to deliver my biggest apology for all the readers of Japanesense because on the last Friday and Monday I didn’t post any article at all. I was occupied with the college things, there was a final exam for one of my subjects, however, here I am now back with my newest article! Anyway, most of you must have ever heard or seen this place before, since it’s pretty famous, but let’s explore this place one more time with me since this place; just like the other places in Tokyo; is always a changing. There are always new things here and there and that what make this place become a merry and exciting place to come by. Continue reading

Colourful Harajuku – The Ground Zero for the Hang-Outers in Tokyo – part 2 Meiji Shrine


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Holla!! This is the second part of the Colourful Harajuku series guys! This time I’m going to cover the huge and famous Meiji Shrine. A shrine in the middle of  trendy and crowded Harajuku? Seriously? Yeah, I’m serious about that. This is famous become it’s big and it’s located in the downtown Tokyo. It makes like it’s a totally in a different dimension compared to the next door, which is Takeshita Doori, but that’s what make it interesting. I guess it’d be better to go straight to the location. Let’s roll!!!

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The Japanese Way of Warning People


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When I was in Japan, one of thing that took my attention, and probably you guys would be the same, was the Japanese way of warning signs. Different from the other countries, on the Japanese warning signs you wouldn’t see how much you’d be charged if you broke the rules or those kind of pictures that make you confuse about the meaning sometimes. On the other hand, the Japanese who are well-known for their creativity, makes their warning signs with lots of funny pictures on it. The Japanese government really make a full use of the anime or cartoon characters that is one of the most attracting aspects of Japan to be put on the warning signs, so it’d look funny and attracting of course. Moreover, another thing that distinct the Japanese warning signs is the warnings that warn us even for the small, unnoticed things that maybe some of us consider it unimportant and make it looks like really care about us. Therefore, we are going to see now how creative the Japanese people are in making the warning signs.. Continue reading

UNIQLO – The Biggest ‘Made For All’ Fashion Brand from Japan –


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There is no doubt that, nowadays, the biggest Japanese fashion brand is UNIQLO. UNIQLO has been invading most of the fashion cities in Asia, and even in the world. In its hometown, Tokyo, UNIQLO seems to be like round the corner from wherever you are. With the goal of 5 trillion yen of the annual group sales by 2020, surely UNIQLO is one of the most ambitious fashion company on the earth. Now, let’s take a deeper look into this on fire fashion brand that has been spreading its branches all around the world tirelessly..

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