Monthly Archives for September 2013

Royce’ Chocolate World

Chocolate World is produced by a Hokkaido’s local chocolate maker ROYCE. It was opened at New Chitose Airport on the 15th of July, 2011. It is the first chocolate factory and museum located inside of an airport in Japan. The … Continue reading

29. September 2013 by Joey
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Chirimen hanging dolls

Chirimen is a traditional weaving technique that was developed in the late sixteenth century in Japan. The cloth or silk fabric that is made from, this technique is also called “chirimen.” The touch is so soft & artfully mix colors … Continue reading

27. September 2013 by Joey
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Kiyomizu historical district: Inclined to shop

A good area to shop is the street going down from the Kiyomizu-dera Temple into the Kiyomizu historic district. Take the wide stone stairs down from the temple, then turn right at the corner where the street goes straight down. … Continue reading

25. September 2013 by Joey
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Yokohama ramen museum

This is a museum dedicated to Japanese noodles. It is an eclectric ensemble of old-style Tokyo and a display of all the instand noodle packaging throughout the years. There is also a section where you can try the different styles … Continue reading

25. September 2013 by Joey
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Yokohama City

Yokohama, being Japan’s second-largest city, has a little something for everyone. Its romantic harbor is lined with parks and backed by a breathtaking skyline. History buffs can see numerous centuries-old structures inside Sankeien Garden. The Ramen Museum and Chinatown are … Continue reading

24. September 2013 by Joey
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