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The Suica is a prepaid e-money card for moving around and shopping. There is no more need to buy a ticket from a vending machine. Just touch your Suica to the ticket gate and the fare is automatically deducted from your Suica. The Suica can be used not only for JR East trains, but subways and buses as well.
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Where can you use your mobile phone to talk?

Where can you use your mobil...
There are many places you are asked not to talk on the phone.

- Restaurant / Coffee Shop
- In a bus or train
- In a elevator

Basically, people do not want to hear your story. If you need to talk, go somewhere there is nobody listening. It is the good rule.
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Japan Fair 2018 Exhibitor Early Bird Special

Japan Fair 2018 Exhibitor Earl...
Japan Fair 2018 will take place in Bellevue, Washington on July 7 to 8, 2018. It will attract more than 20,000 people around Bellevue. If you would like to exit, the cost is $500 but of you register before the end of March, you will save $150.

If you are interested, please contact me or Japan Fair office.
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3/11 Memorial

Shinjyuku a week after !!! Shinjyuku a week after !!! Same area last month. Same area last month.
7 Years ago, Took area of japan experienced 9.0 earthquake and tsunami. It took over 18,500 lives and crippled nuclear power plants. One point we had over 400,000 evacuees. How there are still about 70,000 people living in the shelters.

Recovery efforts are done but it will take years and years especially nuclear power plants. The pictures you see here are taken a week after the earthquake and last month. Japan went into an extreme power saving mode back then.

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US Daylight Saving Hour Starts Tomorrow

Japan Standard Time Akashi, ... Japan Standard Time
Akashi, Hyogo, Japan

Japan Standard Time

US Pacific Standard Time
Los Angeles / Seattle

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Do you Kit Kat?

Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat? Do you Kit Kat?
Only in Japan there are different flavors of Kit Kat.

Citrus Golden Blend
Shinshu Apple
Edamame Soybean
Purple Sweet Potato
Hot Japanese Chili
Cinnamon Cookie
Strawberry Cheesecake
Blueberry Cheesecake
Matcha-Green Tea
Hojicha Roasted Tea
Brown Sugar Syrup
Red Bean Sandwich
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All Free Drinks

All Free Drinks
As far as I know Japan I the only country where you can buy a beer like drink that has no calories, no sugar, no alcohol (0%). I really like the drink
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Randoseru / ランドセル

Randoseru / ランド... Randoseru / ランド...
A randoseru (ランドセル) is a firm-sided backpack made of stitched firm leather or leather-like synthetic material, most commonly used in Japan by elementary schoolchildren. Traditionally it is given to a child upon beginning his or her first year of school, whereupon the child uses the same bag until grade 6. The term is a borrowed word from the Dutch "ransel" meaning "backpack", a clue to its origins nearly 200 years ago as used in the Netherlands.

I heard Randseru is becoming popular among the adults in Europe ... I do not know if that is true.
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Gifts Gifts Gifts Gifts Gifts
You only find "Square Water Melon", "White Strawberry" and $10 piece of chocolate in Japan. No, people usually do not eat them regularly, they are used mainly as gifts.

When you come back from Japan, what should you bring back?

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Hotels in Japan

Hotels in Japan Hotels in Japan Hotels in Japan
There are many types of hotels in Japan and they are

- Capsule Hotel / Sauna Hotel
- Minsyuku (Japanese Style Bed and Breakfast)
- Business Hotel
- Love Hotel
- City Hotel

You can spend $15 per night to over $400 per night or more.
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