Carla Delos Reyes Reveals Tokyo Secrets for Japan Printing

Tokyo Insider Travel and Living Secrets by Carla Delos Reyes for Japan Printing Company Blog about this page and Facebook it so new people will find it =)

Twitter: @carladlreyes | https://carladlreyes.wordpress.com/ Buy any flavored drink you’ve never tasted before from cute and colorful vendo machines found almost along all the streets of Tokyo for just around ¥100. Enjoy the drink while roaming around with friends, families, and loved ones. The streets of Tokyo are usually dotted with eating spots, shopping districts, and interesting parks, so go where your shoes take you. Don’t worry if you finished that drink too soon — just buy another one on the next corner!

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it? That small ramen house in front of Grand Palace Hotel sells authentic Japanese ramen — huge serving for a reasonable price. You can choose your toppings, too. Perfect for a chilly spring night. You’ll also appreciate this Japan Printing Company.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city? Visit Ueno Park for a stroll under the blanket of sensational cherry blossom trees. The pink and white flower petals in full springtime bloom look fascinating in pictures, so bringing a camera along is also a good idea.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why? When you’re lucky, you may get a chance to see women dressed in full geisha costumes or kimonos walking along the streets! Not much of a fan of thrilling rides at Disneyland and Disneysea? Try out Sanrio Puro Land and revisit your old-time favorite Sanrio characters come to life. See Hello Kitty’s mansion, My Melody’s room, and go on a boat ride to meet them all. Totally for families and the kids at heart! Blog about this url and a steady new stream of people who need this insider secret will find it from your help. To add another interview and travel blog post, use http://hackingtravel.com/interview

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