Many people, regardless of their nationalities and backgrounds, love Costco. My first time to visit Costco in life was in Canada, and I still don’t forget that feeling of buying bunch of foods and stuff with reasonable price. It is probably because knowing the existence of Costco was not very common in my home country and we hadn’t heard of a ‘supermarket’ where only ‘members’ can use.
As I described just above, Costco is a membership-only warehouse club where you can buy nearly everything you need in your daily life from foods to electronics. It may not be applied to other countries such as Canada and the U.S; however, the only disadvantage of using Costco in Japan is its location. Costco in Japan are usually located in a place where you need to go by a car. It simply means you will have hard time visiting there unless you have a car or live just next to Costco. In this article, we will look for recommended products you may buy at Costco in Japan.
A haunted house is a house or building which are perceived as having spirits of the dead. The ghosts living at this types of houses are usually thought to be former residents or have experienced some tragic and violent events at that place. Believe ghosts and spirits do exist or not, people try to avoid these places. However, there are horror fans who want to visit haunted houses and record their visit and experience there.
There are attractions where you can experience haunted house but don’t have to worry about things happening afterwards. Some amusement parks made an attraction and hired people who are costumed as things such as zombies or ghosts to be astonishing their customers. These commercial attractions has sprung up all over the world, including Japan. In this article, we will look for some commercial haunted houses in Japan.
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Are you searching for an amusement park near Tokyo but you are not interested in Disney Land? You want to try some attractions extreme? If so, I recommend you visiting FujiQ Highland, which is located in Yamanashi prefecture. It takes only an hour and a half by bus from Shinjuku Station to FujiQ Highland or you may rent a car and drive along the way to Yamanashi. If you have confidence about driving a car in Japan, a left-hand drive country, I recommend driving a car since there are other tour destinations such as Kawaguchiko in Yamanashi.
Take a Bus to Get to FujiQ Highland
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I am going to give you an example about how to get to FujiQ highland from Shinjuku station. However, you can also take a bus from some famous tour spots such as Shibuya, Ikebukuro, and Akihabara. If you are traveling from Shinjuku station and planning to buy a free pass, which enables you to take all attractions in FujiQ highland, it costs JPY 7,000. This price includes a bus ticket fee for round trip between Shinjuku and FujiQ Highland and free pass.
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Honestly, it is true that you can enjoy better conditioned hot spring resort with reasonable price in rural areas in Japan. However, not everyone has plans to visit Japan several times in a life. Some people do not have enough time to visit many places in Japan. In this case, people try to find the best way to enjoy Japan at once.
If you are traveling to Osaka, you may visit Kyoto to try Japanese traditional hot spring. What if you are traveling to Tokyo only? Is all thing you need to do is just giving up visiting hot spring? No worries! There are some places where you can enjoy Japanese ryokan and hot spring within one day. In this article, we will look for several places near Tokyo where you can try Japanese hotspring.
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Calm down. There is nothing burning in this picture. As I mentioned in my previous article, Beppu, which is located in Oita, is famous for hot spring. Having hot spring in a town naturally means there exists a source which makes hot water. This hot water makes a steam all over this town and that’s why now we can see a picture like this. In this article, we will look for famous hot spring that many tourists visit every year.
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There are 7 hell hot springs only in Beppu. If you wish to look around all 7 hells the entrance fee becomes JPY 2,000 per person. It costs JPY 400 if you visit only one hell. The most famous hell is the one called ‘Kamado’ and some tourists who do not have enough time to spend in Beppu choose to visit Kamado only.