• Kitashinchi - Osaka

    Kitashinchi is the largest downtown or city center in the North area of Osaka, it is a high-class environment for food and drinks. Along with restaurants, there are many shoppers that roam these high-class departments. The locations of these departments are connected to the terminal stations, making it easy for tourist to do their shopping. There are many high-grade restaurants and Izakayas. Izakayas are a Japanese style establishment that serves drinks along with food.

  • Namb & Shinsaibashi - Osaka

    Minami [Shinsaibashi and Namba] is the largest downtown in the Southern area of Osaka. There are many varieties of restaurants of all classes. This district, just like Kita, is easily accessible to people. It also contains many shopping centers. Shinsaibashi also has many of the good quality departments available, just like Kita.

  • Roppongi - Tokyo

    Shinjuku and Ginza are in Tokyo, and are known to be one some of the most luxurious cities in the world. Shinjuku and Ginza are upper-class areas in Tokyo. Shinjuku in particular, is the city that has some of the most luxurious shopping districts. The Roppongi district is known for its beauty and fashion. Japanese, and other celebrities from different countries can be seen walking around the district. Roppongi is a beautiful city. The nightlife is popular with the locals and the foreigner community.

  • Kobe - Sannomiya

    Sannomiya, is the largest downtown in Kobe and it is widely associated with fashion. Kobe Bijing is a Japanese phrase for beautiful people [beautiful lady]. Kobe is known for having beautiful characteristics that comes from its attractive working people.

  • Kyoto - Kiyamachi & Gion

    Gion is a district of Kyoto, originally developed in the Middle Ages [Edo period]. Gion has been declared a national historic area and to be preserved. Gion has kept the culture and traditional architecture and entertainment of the Edo period. Kiya-machi is a historically known street near Gion, and it is popular for the younger people.


This month's spotlight venue

  • Japanese Entertainment Culture
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