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11 Reasons Why Japanese Konbini Are Super Useful

If you stay in Japan, your closest Konbini (コンビニ) will surely become one of your best friends. In the following list, we will show up what makes the market’s concept so extremely useful. 1. Avoid getting wet in the rain

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Shopping in Fukuoka 

The topic of today’s Japanese study group was shopping in Fukuoka. Everybody told the group what he or she purchased lately and the students discussed matters such as clothing, food and other things to buy and where in Fukuoka to

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Canal city 

If you’re in Fukuoka and bored these days, there is a part of the city to explore that offers all kinds of activities and might will brighten up your mood: canal city (キャナルシティー). Canal city is a large shopping and

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PARCO 

If you have ever been to the Tenjin district in Fukuoka, you might already have seen the large PARCO building. This department store is connected directly to the Tenjin train station, and has its subway exit, located inside the adjacent Tenjin

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Vocabulary list #002: shops and stores

When you’re visiting Japan, you’ll be surprised by its shopping possibilities. You can literally get everything, especially in cities like Tokyo Osaka or Fukuoka, the variety of goods, department stores and shops is gigantic. In the following list we will

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11 reasons why Konbinis are super useful

If you stay in Japan, your closest Konbini (コンビニ) will surely become one of your best friends. In the following list, we will show up what makes the market’s concept so extremely useful. 1. Avoid getting wet in the rain

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Shopping Spotlight – Donki 

If you’re traveling through Japan, you may have already seen the cute blue penguin character appearing in a lot of Japanese cities. This character isn’t the main protagonist of a new Manga series though, it is indeed the mascot of

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Tenjin Station 

In case you don’t want to spend all cold and rainy winter days at home playing video games or watching movies, there is an underground alternative right in the center of Fukuoka – the Tenjin Subway Station (天神駅 Tenjin-eki). Opened

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Shopping in Fukuoka

I’m from Munich, which is quite a big city already with lots of shopping possibilities. However, this really is nothing compared to the gigantic shopping paradise Fukuoka has to offer! Even if you not intend to buy anything, enjoying the

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