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Beach in Japan

There are many beaches in Japan, especially in the south. Okinawa and surrounding islands will be the best places to enjoy a beach. The beaches near a big city tend to be very crowded and the water is not very clean.

Beef Bowl (Gyudon)

Beef Bowl is one of the popular Japanese foods and it's very simple, Beef and Rice! There are very soft, small chunks of beef on rice and the price is very reasonable, starting around 280yen. Yoshinoya (http://www.yoshinoya-dc.com/en/index.html) and Matsuya (http://www.matsuyafoods.co.jp/english/index.html) are two major Gyudon restaurant chains. They have three sizes of Gyudon: Futsuu (Normal), Oomori (Large), and Tokumori (X-Large). Oomori has more rice and Tokumori has more rice and beef. Tokumori is still less than 500yen. Also, you will be amazed how fast they serve it. It won't take longer than 1 minute... usually about 30 seconds! These may be the world's-fastest restaurants!

Bento

The Bento-Box that you may have in your mind is totally different from what Bento means in Japanese. Bento means a boxed meal that you take to school, work, or on travel. You can buy Bentos at most of the convenience stores in Japan or at stores in train stations. Some people cook their Bento at home and take it with them.

Business Hotels

There are hotels which are of lower grade than the classic great hotels but of higher grade than motels, designed for business people to stay at. They're called Business Hotels and they are highly recommended for travellers because the price is reasonable, the room is clean and western in style, and they are usually conveniently located near a train station. Depending on the hotel, a room can be quite small with little or no room for lounging around but it will have a bathroom with a large bath tub for soaking (the Japanese love soaking in baths), shower, and toilet (usually an electric style). There will also be a television, desk, bed and high-speed internet connectivity (usually included)...which is all you really need to live with. Usually there is a small restaurant on the first floor, and some Business Hotels come with a free breakfast, but if not...the convenient location near a train station means there are dozens of nearby places where you can dine or buy a take-out meal. Some have coin-laundry machines, but not all. There will also be vending machines.

Café (Kissaten)

Japanese cafe-coffee is excellent! But it is also a little pricey, and not refillable. Also, you may be disappointed that a 250 yen coffee is only about the size of a tea cup. MacDonald's coffee is the same as in North America (good quality and refillable). Starbucks is also the same (maybe a little more expensive than in North America). In some cafe's, a take-out cup will not be filled...giving the impression that they are not giving you what you paid for, but this is not the case...it's just the style of serving in Japan. MacDonald's and Starbucks servings will be as you are accustomed to in North America.
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1 . 100-yen Stores
2 . Air Tickets to Japan
3 . Amusement Parks
4 . Banks in Japan
5 . Baseball
6 . Beach in Japan
7 . Beef Bowl (Gyudon)
8 . Bento
9 . Business Hotels
10 . Café (Kissaten)
11 . Can Drinks
12 . Capsule Hotels
13 . Cherry Blossoms
14 . Chopsticks
15 . Clothes to Wear
16 . Coffee and Tea
17 . Coin Laundry
18 . Convenience Stores
19 . Credit Cards in Japan
20 . Department Stores
21 . Drinking Water
22 . Driving in Japan
23 . Eat Ramen Noodle
24 . Eat Sushi
25 . Electrical Stores
26 . English Signs
27 . Excersize
28 . Family Restaurants
29 . Fast Foods
30 . Festivals
31 . Fireworks
32 . Game Centers
33 . Gardens
34 . Good Japanese Foods on Street
35 . Green Tea (Maccha)
36 . Greetings
37 . Grocery Stores
38 . Hiking in Japan
39 . Hot Spring Spa (Onsen)
40 . How expensive is Japan?
41 . How large is Japan?
42 . How to Mail (Post Office)
43 . In case of Emergency
44 . Instant Foods
45 . Internet Access in Hotel Rooms
46 . Internet Café
47 . Is Japan safe?
48 . Japanese Address and Streets
49 . Japanese BBQ Beef (Yakiniku)
50 . Japanese Beer
51 . Japanese Breakfast
52 . Japanese Curry Rice
53 . Japanese Deserts
54 . Japanese Money (Yen)
55 . Japanese Music
56 . Japanese Toys
57 . Japanese-Style Drinking Bars (Nomiya)
58 . Japanese-Style Hotels (Ryokan)
59 . Japanese-Style Toilets
60 . Join a Tour Package
61 . JR Railway Pass
62 . Kabuki
63 . Kaiseki Ryori (Japanese Traditional Meal)
64 . Karaoke Box
65 . Kettles
66 . Kimono
67 . Kleenex advertisements
68 . Love Hotels
69 . Manner when Eating
70 . Massage
71 . Mobile Phone
72 . Musicals
73 . Nabe
74 . National Holidays in Japan
75 . National Parks
76 . News
77 . Noh and Kyogen
78 . Noodle Shops in Train Station
79 . Pachinko
80 . Pork Cutlet
81 . Pottery
82 . Public Manner
83 . Ride a Bus
84 . Ride a Taxi
85 . Ride a Train
86 . Ride an Airplane
87 . Rush Hour
88 . Sake
89 . Service Fee and Tips
90 . Shinkansen
91 . Shrines and Temples
92 . Skiing in Japan
93 . Soccer
94 . Stores and Restaurants in Train Station
95 . Sumo
96 . Tax
97 . Telephone
98 . Teriyaki Burger at McDonalds
99 . Traffic Signs
100 . Walking Rule
101 . Weather
102 . Weekly/Monthly Apartments
103 . Wild Animals
104 . Youth Hostels
105 . Yukata
106 . Zoo and Aquariums
107 . Vending Machine
108 . Electrical Compatibility
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