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Things to do in Japan

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  • Isetan Depachika

    Tokyo’s most impressive depachika (subterranean gourmet food market), Isetan may be the ultimate foodie destination. Under one roof you have Alain ... More
  • Ito-ya

    The Japanese are obsessed with stationery, and Ito-ya is just the place to satisfy the habit, with 11 floors of paper, notebooks, photo albums, pen... More
  • Ivan Ramen

    New York-born Ivan Orkin's 12-counter-seat ramen house opened in 2007, originally drawing customers curious about a gaijin "noodle man," and later ... More
  • Iyemon Salon Kyoto

    Located on the lower floors of a kimono company, the complex includes a contemporary crafts shop, chic café, and steel-and-glass gallery exhibiting... More
  • Japan Rail Pass

    The Japan Rail Pass - good for intercity travel - also works on the handy Yamanote Line, an above-ground train that encircles central Tokyo. More
  • Jugetsudo

    Jugetsudo Japanese tea house opened its doors in 2003 in the Tsukiji district of Tokyo, next to the parent company Maruyama Nori. There you can s... More
  • Karacho

    11th-generation craftsman Kenkichi Senda creates woodblock-printed washi paper for temple doors, as well as chic handmade pendant lanterns. More
  • Kensington Tours

    A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying ... More
  • Kiddy Land

    Among the most popular toy stores in the city, Kiddy Land is a national chain with more than 80 locations throughout Japan. At this Harajuku flagsh... More
  • Kinkaku-ji

    A 14th-century Gold Pavilion. More
  • Kiuchi Brewery

  • Kochou

    While in Asakusa do not miss this furugi (used clothing) store’s affordable secondhand kimonos. Selection and prices vary widely, and even if you a... More
  • Koshien Stadium

    Attending a Hanshin Tigers baseball game near Osaka, where the audience rivals Brazilian soccer fans and Bombay filmgoers in its sheer intensity an... More
  • Kurodaya

    To the right of the Kaminarimon—the gate opening onto Nakamise Dori, the narrow pedestrian-only shopping street leading to the Sensoji Temple—is th... More
  • Kyoto Design House

    The gallery-like shop sells lacquered bamboo boxes and handwoven silk capes by local designers. More
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