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Japan Fair 2017 in Bellevue, Washington

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Japan Fair 2017 in Bellevue, ... Japan Fair 2017 in Bellevue, ...
Uchikura & Co will have 10 booths at Japan Fair in Bellevue, Washington. We will de dedicating one booth to Japanese-Online.com.

Japan Fair 2017 ... July 8 and 9, 2017 at Maydenbauer Center in Bellevue, Washington.

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DONBURI 丼(どんぶり) BOWL

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!,100 yen or US$10 !,100 yen or US$10 This is one of the most popula... This is one of the most popular donburi stores in all of Tokyo Ameyoko Situated between JR ... Ameyoko
Situated between JR Yamanote Line Okachimach and Ueno in Tokyo
One of the things you must try is donburi in Japan. There are many kinds of donburus, but if you like fresh sushi or sushi, you must try this one. This is one of my favorite donburi shop in Tokyo.

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SOKUJI ... Free for a limited time.

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SOKUJI ... Free for a limited t...
Sokuji is a browser that gives an instant point-to-translate lookup of individual Japanese words. No fumbling to select text, no switching apps to try to lookup a word, instant pop-up translations in the browser as you read. To get better at japanese you need to read in the language as much as possible, this tool will help you read on mobile (in your commute for example)

link to our app
http://apple.co/2f9sWRS

link to a video demonstration of the app
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_OCj2ueO4k&t=6s

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Healthy Bento おべんとう

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Healthy Bento お... Healthy Bento お...
Like other countries, Japanese are more health cautious. I found this 400KCal Obento in Japan. This is very good meal for just 400KCal.

Health in Japanese is "Kenko" 健康(けんこう)
Healthy Obento is "Kenkou Na Obento"

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Eki-Ben 駅弁(えきべん)

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Eki-Ben 駅弁(えきべん...
Eki-Ben (Eki = Station Ben = Bento) is a type of Obento that is sold at train stations. Depending on where you are, there are special Obentos associated that area. It is fun to check out what kind of Eki-Ben there is in each area.


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Obento お弁当

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Obento お弁当
Obento is a boxed lunch. You can make on yourself or buy one at store. There are Obento that is associated with the area you are in Japan. Also, Obento reflects the season as well. It is fun to buy Obento when you are long train trip.

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Okonomiyaki お好み焼き

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Okonomiyaki お好み... Okonomiyaki お好み...
What is your favorite Japanese food?

Ramen, Sushi, Shabu-Shabu, Tenpura, Onigiri, Bento ... There are so much variety of foods in Japan. Have you had Okonimiyaki?

It is kind of like pancake but it is made of flour and cabbage with some meat or seafood. When you are in Japan, make sure to try Okonomiyaki.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okonomiyaki
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Shibuya Scramble Crossing in Tokyo!!!

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In front of JR Shibuya Station, there is a famous crossing called Shibuya Scramble Crossing. Instead of letting pedestrians cross the street one direction at a time, it closes all motor traffic and have people cross the intersection any which way they want.

This has actually reduce the traffic slowdown because there is no pedestrian when the cars are moving. Following the success of the scramble crossing, there are other cities created this crossing like England, NewZealand, Canada and the US.

When you visit Tokyo, make sure to visit Shibuya. You might want to have a cup of coffee at Starbuck looking down on this Shibuya Scramble Crossing.
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WiFi Hot Spots in Japan

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WiFi Hot Spots in Japan WiFi Hot Spots in Japan WiFi Hot Spots in Japan
Many WiFi spots in Japan require to register or purchase service from the provider. Only in few spots like (many America retails chain) you will find truly free WiFi.

Get get ready foe 2020 Summer Olympics, Japan is trying to crease more WiFi access points ... That is a good news for travelers. Until then, when you travel to Japan, rent a WiFi router at the airport so that you use your own cellular devotes in WiFi mode.
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This is No No

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This is No No
You do no see people eating and drinking in the regular train. If you are on the long distance train like Shinkansen, it is a different story.

There are two reason why you are not welcome to eat on the train.

(1) You will be leaving mess on the floor and seats.
(2) Your food leave smell in the car.
(3) Eating in the places where it is not designed for is not polite.

Unlike Shinkansen, regular train will not have cleaning service for al day, so you should really not suppose to eat anything like what those couple are eating.
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