Category: Japan Travel

  • Hanami


    Hanami, also known as “flower viewing,” is a traditional Japanese activity that involves enjoying the beauty of cherry blossoms (sakura) in springtime. Cherry blossoms are an iconic symbol of Japan and are deeply tied to the country’s culture and history. They bloom for a short period each year, usually in late March or early April, […]

  • Keikyu Railways

    Keikyu Railways

    Keikyu Railways is a private railway company in Japan that operates a network of lines in the Greater Tokyo area. The company was founded in 1948 and is headquartered in Yokohama. It is one of the major railway operators in the Tokyo metropolitan area, along with Tokyo Metro, Toei Subway, and JR East. Keikyu Railways […]

  • Subways Tokyo

    Subways Tokyo

    THE TOKYO SUBWAY Version fran├žaiseThe Tokyo Metro consists of 13 lines and 274 stations. 9 lines are operated by Tokyo Metro and the other 4 by Toei.As in all subways there are various types of tickets. A single ticket costs 170 to 320 yen for Tokyo Metro (depending on the distance you travel). Toei prices, […]

  • Kyoto


    Kyoto (Japan) was the capital of Japan and the residence of the emperor from 794 until 1868. It is now the seventh largest city in the country with a population of 1.4 million people.

  • Sapporo – Hokkaido

    Sapporo – Hokkaido