DAYOFF PLAN in Tokyo
What to do in Osaka
#12 Jan Jan Alley, the place you can enjoy the atmosphere of Japan in the 1970’s
#11 Wide range of items from traditional Japanese goods to unique goods!
#11 Harajuku’s energy vortex, “Meiji Jingu”
#11 Nostalgic cassette tapes! Store with a bronze statue of Japanese Enka singer “Saburo Kitajima”
#10 This is the sport to experinece Japanese culture!
#10 Best for “walk and eat” in Harajuku, Croquanchou “ZAKUZAKU”.
#10 You may enjoy having Kaisen-don with your favorite fresh sashimi!
#9 Cotton specialty shop that gathered cotton products in Japan
#9 You may get souvenirs in 100yen in DAISO!
#9 Walk and eat at Osaka’s kitchen “Kuromon Market”
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