I am traveling to Japan starting at evening of 10/31. I have never flown Air China to Japan via Beijing. It is going to be 26 hour trip sttopping over in Los Angeles and Beijing before arriving in Kansai.
I will keep you posted. Has anybody taken this flight before?
You have seen this small package inside the food item wrapping in Japan. This thing is called AGELESS, An oxygen absorber is a small sachet used to keep products safe from things like mold and extend shelf life by taking the oxygen out of a sealed package.
Not all the good and beautiful places in Japan are listed in the tourist map. Sometime, you just need to wonder around to find something special in Japan.
This is one of my favorite places in Japan. This place is called "Ashiya Rock Garden".
When you travel to Japan, something are cheap and some are expensive. Pain killers like Buffering, Tylenol and Advil are very expensive compare to the US. So, when you travel to Japan, bring some of the common medicines with you.
There are some medications that are legal in the US but may not be so in Japan. So be careful what you bring.
Japanese companies usually has .co.jp domains. There are only one .co.jp domain per company and it must be registered as a Japanese legal entry to receive this domain. For companies wishing to have more Japanese domains, there are .jp domain.
If you are Japanese entity wishing to have .co.jp domain or non-Japanese entity but wish to have .jp domain, please contact PSPinc.
You cannot find huge meals like in the USA in Japan. That might be one of the reasons people in Japan in general are smaller than the people in the US. In addition, people rely on the public transportation and do o drive as much in the cities in Japan. That contribute to more expertise.
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