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Going on a trip? Find out things to do in Japan to make your experience a magical one.

Kumano Kodo Sacred Pilgrimage

Kumano Kodo, meaning old road, is a series of trails that is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Located in the Wakayama Prefecture of Japan, Kumano Kodo pilgrimage consists of 3 shrines as well as many different routes hikers can enjoy. Here we take a brief look at what

Shinjuku Omoide Yokocho aka Piss Alley

Omoide Yokocho literally meaning “Memory Lane” and more commonly known now as “Piss Alley”, has a very long history dating back to 1946. A year after World War 2 this area of Shinjuku started developing into a location for street vendors and the black market because of its easy accessibility

Magical Trip's Bar Hopping Food Tour Overview: What's unique about each tour?

Big thanks to our guests! Magical Trip [] now rolled out bar hopping food tours in major cities and areas in Japan. For that reason, we sometimes get inquires about "uniqueness" among bar hopping food tours in different areas and cities. As mentioned in What&

Top 7 Reasons Why You Need a Tour Guide in Japan (w/Photos)

Get the Most Out of A Trip If you're a English speaker, traveling to Asia can be a whole new different experience compared to traveling to Europe or other English speaking countries. As always the language barrier is a big factor hindering common things you normally and can

5 Reasons Why We Recommend Japan’s Cycling Tour

How’s cycling in Japan like?? Autumn weather in Japan is the best seasons for cycling, and riding a bike in Japan has a lot of attractions such as local narrow paths, old and new cultural city, or many shrines and temples. However, there isn’t much information about cycling

[2017’s Travel Trend of Night Life in Tokyo] Why does this 24-yr old local “bar-hopper” gather so many foreign travelers?

Over 20 million travelers came to Japan in 2016. This is about 3 times as much as it was 10 years ago. Some reasons for this rise could be Japan as a whole working towards the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020, but more over, we believe that companies and organizations