During an Emergency: Episode 1
In this episode we give advice about what to do and who to contact in case of an emergency. Special Thanks to: Kathryn, Kirubhakaran, Samia, Paulina, Alain, Jerry, Francisco, Moira, Freddie, Bianca, Julia, Adam, Emma, and Casey

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6 months ago
Introduction: Nippon Traveler
Nippon Traveler is here for you! Get all the latest travel tips and insider information to help you plan the trip of a lifetime. This is just a taste of what’s in store. Come back weekly for new episodes, and don’t forget to leave a comment with what you want to know.
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6 months ago
Money Matters: Episode 2
In this episode we give advice about what money to bring to Japan and how much of it. Special Thanks to Leila, Wipha, Brian, Gilles, Michael, Cheryl, Brandon, Fran, Andrew, Casey, Matthew and Tomasina”.
Shoestring Budget
Snacks: 300
lunch: 500
Dinner: 1,000
Transport: 600
Sightseeing: 3,000
A little Extra: 1,000
Total: 6,400

Standard Budget
Snacks: 1,000
lunch: 1,500
Dinner: 3,000
Transport: 1,000
Sightseeing: 5,000
A little Extra: 3,000
Total: 14,500

Luxury Budget
Snacks: 3,000
lunch: 5,000
Dinner: 10,000
Transport: 10,000
Sightseeing: 7,000
A little Extra: 10,000
Total: 45,000
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6 months ago
Internet: How to Get Connected in Japan: Episode 3

In this episode we give advice about how to get connect to the internet when traveling in Japan.

Sponsored by Nomi Japan. $2 Japanese Goods in Singapore! WWW.NOMIJAPAN.COM

Special Thanks to: AnyFone Japan https://anyfone.jp/en/ Net-Cube https://net-cube.jp/ Luca, Eliana, Roni & Zohar, Menuka, Sara & Khalid, Rachel & Jordan, Lesia & Dmitry, Radoslaw, Ryan, Kevin, Bing Jie, and Sonya.

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5 months ago
Useful Expressions: Episode 4

In this episode we equip you with some handy expressions to use when you visit Japan!

Extra Speical Thanks to Rock No Kokoro Bar & Katohmy

Special thanks to Julia, Mao, Takanori, Takumi, Chie, Maho, Hayato, Chie Y., Satomi, Mayu, Kyouhei, Adam, Kimie, Chinami, Victoria, Vivy, Daniel, Pascal, Kenta

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5 months ago
Useful Kanji: Episode 5

In this episode, explore lively Shibuya with Josh as he teaches you all the need-to-know survival Kanji (Japanese characters).

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4 months ago
JAPANESE CURRY!! We Try Japan’s ORIGINAL Katsu Curry!
Thanks to a question posted by Dom from England, our Nippon Traveler team set out to find the top recommendation for katsu curry in Tokyo. And then, lo and behold, they came across Grill Swiss Ginza, the place that boast to be the dishes birth place. Check out Grill Swiss Ginza for yourself! Open daily 11am-9pm (Sunday 10:30am – 8:30pm). http://ginza-swiss.com/. A short walk from Exit A13 of Ginza subway station.
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2 months ago
We Found UNLIMITED Sake in Tokyo! CHECK IT OUT!
In this episode follow us to Kurand Sake Market. The BEST place in Tokyo to sample lots of Japanese sake! And even better, you can try as much as you want, for as long as you want, for ¥3,000 (+tax). There’s not only the traditional sake, but also fruit sake, sake ice cream and beer! You can even bring in your own food! Please drink responsibly and respectfully. https://kurand.jp/en/
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2 months ago
The Four Seasons of TOKYO
In this episode we tell you all about the four seasons in Tokyo. Each one is spectacular and each one is so different! Check out the video to learn more! Brought to you by Nomi Japan. $2 Japanese Goods in Singapore! www.NOMIJAPAN.com This video is offered to the public for information and awareness purposes only. Neither the producers, presenters nor Lifepluz Pte.Ltd shall be held liable for any damages arising directly or indirectly from use of this information. For more information, please head over to www.lifepluz.com.
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2 months ago
Easily Store Luggage in Tokyo! with JR East & Ecbo Cloak
In this episode, we explore 3 hassle-free options for storing luggage in Tokyo when between cities or hotels. Brought to you by Nomi Japan. $2 Japanese Goods in Singapore! www.NOMIJAPAN.com Special thanks to: JR East, Ecbo Cloak and Tsutaya Book Apartment. This video is offered to the public for information and awareness purposes only. Neither the producers, presenters nor Lifepluz Pte.Ltd shall be held liable for any damages arising directly or indirectly from use of this information. For more information, please head over to www.lifepluz.com.
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2 months ago
Tokyo’s STRANGEST But MOST Delicious Gourmet Experience
In this episode we take you to ‘Kome to Circus’ (Rice and Circus) to explore one of Tokyo’s most unique restaurants. The menu may have you saying “WHAT!?”, but after one bite you’ll be saying “More please!” Kome to Circus is 2 minutes walk from Takadonobaba Station on the JR Yamanote line, Seibu Shinjuku Line and the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line. They have a full english menu with lots of options for the bravest foodies! Just head straight from the Waseda Ticket Gate (you’ll see a huge Astro Boy mural in front of you). Cross the road at the lights and turn left. Turn right down the next alley, then take the second alley on your right. Kome to Circus is the restaurant in the corner on the right (You’ll find a bug vending machine outside!) In Japanese…米とサーカス Home Page: https://miyashitakikaku.com/store/komecircus/ English Menu: https://miyashitakikaku.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/grandmenu_en.pdf Brought to you by Nomi Japan. $2 Japanese Goods in Singapore! www.NOMIJAPAN.com Special thanks to: Kome to Circus, Jessica, Momo and Bob. This video is offered to the public for information and awareness purposes only. Neither the producers, presenters nor Lifepluz Pte.Ltd shall be held liable for any damages arising directly or indirectly from use of this information. For more information, please head over to www.lifepluz.com.
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2 months ago
Finding a Bathroom in TOKYO!
When traveling in new countries (or even when at home) the thought of using a public bathroom can be pretty daunting. It can be enough to make you think about heading back to your hotel. But rest assured, There is no need for that in Japan! There is always somewhere to spend a penny near by! Brought to you by Nomi Japan. $2 Japanese Goods in Singapore! www.NOMIJAPAN.com This video is offered to the public for information and awareness purposes only. Neither the producers, presenters nor Lifepluz Pte.Ltd shall be held liable for any damages arising directly or indirectly from use of this information. For more information, please head over to www.lifepluz.com.
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2 months ago
Kakigori: Cool Down with Shaved Ice
Kakigori (shaved ice) is standard Japanese summer festival fare. Traditionally, The ice is shaved (or sometimes crushed), and then layered with simple, fruit flavored syrups. However, there are some restaurants that have taken kakigoris to the hight of culinary creativity! Come with us and explore 5 of the most popular spots in Tokyo! Please note that all of the stores featured are very popular and waiting times MAY reach 2 hours during busy periods. We are happy to answer questions about the best times to visit Drop us a message! Brought to you by Nomi Japan. $2 Japanese Goods in Singapore! www.NOMIJAPAN.com 1. Parlor Vinefru Ginza https://twitter.com/vinefru1 https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1301/A1… Menu: English menu available! Directions: 104-0061 Tokyo, Chuo City, Ginza, 1 Chome−20−10 Tomato House (Third Floor) Ginza-Itchome Subway Station – Yuraucho Line – Exit 10 or 11. (5 mins walk) Higashi Ginza Subway Station – Ginza/Asakusa Line – Exit A11 (5 mins walk) 2. Otona Kurogi https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1311/A1… Menu: Only Japanese, with some pics (Google Translate app – photo mode – will work well) Directions: 110-0005 Tokyo, Taito City, Ueno, 3 Chome−24−6 PARCO MALL Okachimachi JR Station – Yamanote Line – South exit (then left) (4 mins walk) Ueno Hirokoji Subway Station – Ginza Line – Exit A1 (straight 1 block) (1 min walk) 3. Sebastian https://twitter.com/hk_sebas https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restauran… Menu: Only Japanese (Google Translate app – photo mode – will work well) Directions: 150-0047 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Kamiyamacho, 7 Chome – 15 Yoyogi-Koen Subway Station – Chiyoda Line – Exit 1 (8 mins walk) Shibuya JR Station – Yamanote Line – Hachiko Exit/ Subway exit 8) (12 mins walk) 4. Yelo http://yelo.jp/ https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restauran… Menu: English Menu Available! Directions: 106-0032 Tōkyō-to, Minato City, Roppongi, 5-chōme−2−11 Train: Roppongi Subway Station – Hibiya/Oedo Line – Exit 3 (4 mins walk) 5. Kakigori Kobo Sekka http://www.atelier-sekka.com/ https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserR… Menu: English Menu Available! Directions: 170-0002 Tokyo, Toshima City, Sugamo, 3-37-6 Sugamo JR Station – Yamanote Line – Main Exit (9 mins walks) Sugamo Subway Station – Mita Line – Exit A3 (7 mins walk) This video is offered to the public for information and awareness purposes only. Neither the producers, presenters nor Lifepluz Pte.Ltd shall be held liable for any damages arising directly or indirectly from use of this information. For more information, please head over to www.lifepluz.com.
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2 weeks ago
Toyosu & Tsukiji: Checking out Tokyo’s Fish Markets
We check out two of Tokyo’s most famous fish markets. Come with us and see all the amazing food thats on offer! Toyosu Market (Shijomae Station, on the Yurikamome Line) is now home to the tuna auction. Get there early! The free upper viewing platform is open from 5 AM with the auction taking place between 5:30 AM and 6:30 AM. The lower platform is closer to the action, but access is only available with a reservation. Head to http://pia.jp/piajp/v/toyosushijou19/ and scroll to the bottom to make a reservation in English. Reservations need to be made at the begin of the month before you visit. i.e. to watch the tuna auction in September, Submit your form in early August. Tsukiji market (Tsukiji Station, on the Hibiya Line) is the old site of the fish auction, but still has a lot to offer. There is so much great street food! Sushi, sashimi, crab, oyster, ice cream, dried fish, grilled tuna, the list goes on! Come in the morning/lunch time as the stores close early. More stores also open on the weekend.
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2 weeks ago
Discover Odaiba Decks Seaside Mall
When the rain pours, the sun scorches or the cold chills you to the bone, spend a few hours at Odaiba Decks Seaside Mall! There’s lots to do for the whole family! Get your Japanese sweets, speciality Kit Kats, and Japanese character goods at HAIKARAYOKOCHO! Try your luck at OTAKARAICHIBA. Pick a box and win a prize, everytime! You could even win a Switch! Take a break at THE TAKOYAKI MUSEUM. Try some of Japanese most famous octopus dumplings! Grab some souvenirs at HORIICHI X EMOJIYA. Free engraving when you buy a pair of chopsticks! Take a thrilling VR ride at DAIBA YUUGIJOU game center. There’s more games to play here too! There’s a host of other shops, restaurants and much much more! Special Thanks to: Odaiba Decks – https://www.odaiba-decks.com/en/ Haikarayokocho – https://www.odaiba-decks.com/shop/ten… Otakaraichiba – https://www.odaiba-decks.com/shop/ten… All the stalls at the Takoyaki Museum – https://www.odaiba-decks.com/en/takoy… Horiichi x Emojiya – https://www.odaiba-decks.com/shop/ten… Daiba Yuugijou – https://www.odaiba-decks.com/shop/ten… This video is offered to the public for information and awareness purposes only. Neither the producers, presenters nor Lifepluz Pte.Ltd shall be held liable for any damages arising directly or indirectly from use of this information. For more information, please head over to www.lifepluz.com.
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2 weeks ago
Super Potato: Retro Gaming Treasure Trove
WE GIVE AWAY A FamiCon Mini IN THIS EPISODE!! Want to find Japanese copies of all your old favourite games? Want to find that special only-available-in-Japan game? Want to find a retro piece of gaming treasure? Then let’s go to Super Potato!!! Come with us as we explore one of Akihabara’s great gaming treasure troves. There’s all your old favourites; NES, SNES, Gameboy, Gamecube, N64, PC Engine, 3DO, NeoGeo, Game Gear, Mega Drive, Mega CD, Dreamcast, PS1, PS2, PSP and so much more! Not to mention an arcade and an old skool Japanese sweetshop! Just in time for Tokyo Game Show 2019! Here’s your chance to win a FamiCom Mini! All you need to do is comment on this video on Nippon Traveler’s Facebook Page, LifePlus Youtube channel or Lifepluz.com, with where you want Nippon Traveler to go! Competition ends October 11, 2019. Please check this link (https://www.facebook.com/nippontravel… the full giveaway rules. Please be advised that the FamiCom Mini only operates in the Japanese language. But who needs words when you’re a plumper jumping on mushrooms?! All properties shown in the video are owned by their respective owners. This video is offered to the public for information and awareness purposes only. Neither the producers, presenters nor Lifepluz Pte.Ltd shall be held liable for any damages arising directly or indirectly from use of this information. For more information, please head over to www.lifepluz.com.
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2 weeks ago