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Ah, Kyoto! This stunning city is a treasure trove of history, culture, and natural beauty. But when's the best time to experience it all? Let's break it down by month and season, so you can make the most of your visit to this captivating destination. Kyoto's Seasons Spring (March - May) Spring in Kyoto, with pleasant average temperatures, is perfect for viewing cherry blossoms. Expect fairly mild periods and occasional rain. Summer (June - August) Summer brings hot and humid currents, resulting in high humidity and tropical nights. Festivals like Gion Matsuri make it a popular time to visit. Autumn...

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Kochi Prefecture's Treehouse Café Perch  ツリーハウスカフェperch Nestled in the heart of Ino, Kochi, lies a quaint café that is both charming and enchanting in equal measure. As a first-time visitor to this peaceful area, I was struck by the beauty of the surrounding landscape, with its rolling hills and lush green forests stretching out as far as the eye could see. Ko-chan, the 10 year old owner Upon arriving at the café, I was warmly welcomed by Kochan, a delightful 10-year-old girl who serves as the café's owner and manager. Her family had built a magical treehouse that served as...

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Summer is one of the most popular seasons to visit Japan, and for good reason. From vibrant festivals to refreshing cuisine and outdoor adventures, there's something for everyone to enjoy. In this ultimate guide, we'll cover everything you need to know to plan your perfect summer vacation in Japan. Weather and Climate Summers in Japan are hot and humid, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to the mid 40's in the peak of summer. The heat can be intense, especially in cities like Tokyo and Osaka, so it's important to pack lightweight and breathable clothing. Opt for loose-fitting clothes made from...

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Toilet Bidet Attachments in Japan If you've ever been to Japan, you might have noticed that toilet bidet seat attachments are a common sight in restrooms. But what exactly is a bidet toilet seat attachment, and why are they so popular in Japan? Electric bidets, also known as "washlets," are devices that can be attached to a toilet to provide a stream of water for cleansing after using the bathroom. These attachments can come with a variety of features, such as adjustable water pressure and temperature, multiple nozzle options, self-cleaning nozzles, a heated seat, and automatic deodorization. But the benefits...

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Geishas are a traditional part of Japanese culture and have a long and interesting history. The first geishas appeared in the 13th century and were originally men known as taikomochi. These men were entertainers who performed a variety of roles, including telling stories, cracking jokes, and providing music and dance. By the 16th century, geishas had evolved into more of a storytelling and humorous role, and by the 17th century, women began joining the ranks of geishas as well. By the 1750s, women geishas outnumbered the men. Geishas were originally assistants to oirans, which were high-class courtesans who lived in...

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