Japan’s scorching weather may have you feeling like you need a sense of relief from the heat. The temperatures may have you dreaming of an incredible night flight on a magic carpet under the dazzling moonlight, just like the lead characters in the Disney animated classic Aladdin.
While many of Japan’s most famous beaches lie on the remote islands of Okinawa, metropolises like Tokyo are also surrounded by gorgeous beaches with clear waters, abundant nature, and super-convenient transport facilities.
You are stationed in Japan for the first time. You just got your government driver’s license, purchased a car at the lemon lot, filed all the proper paperwork and paid road taxes.
And now you’re revved up to drive off base and explore Japan.
When we ask for help from someone, we will need to let him or her know that we are facing some kind of difficulty. Here’s a phrase to help us explain our situation. “Komatte imasu” means “I’m in trouble
It’s only a quick daytrip and you can escape into the natural wonder and beauty of the Akiyoshidai Karst Plateau and Akiyoshido limestone cave, two must-see attractions which form part of the Akiyoshidai Quasi National Park.
Owakudani is an active volcanic valley in the famed Hakone region west of Tokyo. It’s known to locals as "Jigokudani" (the Valley of Hell) and is famous for its black eggs, which are boiled in the sulfurous waters to give the egg shells a distinctive color.
The Obihiro area is located about 150km east of Sapporo, Hokkaido's largest city. Alongside Obihiro's thriving agriculture, livestock, forestry, and fishing industries, the area serves as a core region for Hokkaido's food and ingredients.