July and August form the true leisure season in Japan. Throughout the country, there are countless festivals and events.
Discover Japan in Summer Now
Japan’s summer is known for its extreme heat, which is on par with Malaysia’s all-year-round summer temperatures. For those of you who want to experience Japan’s abundant nature without the heat, why not try some outdoor activities or explore World Heritage Sites in one of the cooler regions? Here, you’ll find the average temperatures are ...Read More » Back to Top ↑
The Mamak stall is an intrinsic part of Malaysian culinary culture. Just thinking about some juicy, chargrilled Satay or a tasty bowl of Laksa, is enough to make your mouth water. But did you know that Japanese people also love to eat street food at market stalls? These stalls are called Yatai, and are a ...Read More » Back to Top ↑
There are numerous useful items used during summer in Japan. Many of these items are traditional and are used the same way today as they have been since long ago. They combine the essence of Japanese culture and practicality, while also being pretty to look at. These items are useful not only while in Japan ...Read More » Back to Top ↑