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UCC Coffee Museum Entrance Ticket

UCC Coffee Museum Entrance Ticket - Kobe, Japan

Duration: 1 to 7 hrs
Location: Kobe, Japan

From USD
$2.73

UCC, or the Ueshima Coffee Company, is one of Japan's largest coffee manufacturers. The UCC Coffee Museum is the only coffee museum in all of Japan, and here,  you can enjoy the history of coffee, where it comes from and how it's made and experience it with all 5 senses ... More info ›

UCC, or the Ueshima Coffee Company, is one of Japan's largest coffee manufacturers. The UCC Coffee Museum is the only coffee museum in all of Japan, and here,  you can enjoy the history of coffee, where it comes from and how it's made and experience it with all 5 senses. Get ready to learn everything there is to know about your favorite beverage!

In Kobe in the Hyogo prefecture, you will find the UCC Coffee Museum. UCC is famous for introducing the first canned coffee in the world and has ties to coffee all over the world, including a Kona coffee farm in Hawaii. 

The museum is structured in a spiral and built so that you can experience the full history from top to bottom -- starting with a single coffee tree. At the UCC Coffee Museum, a free audio guide is provided in the form of an app for your smartphone so that you can easily understand and enjoy everything in the museum.

There is also a Tasting Corner where you can go to compare the flavor and aroma of different coffee beans (usually two different types) four times a day. The theme of these coffee beans changes every month, so if you want to come back the following month, you will not be tasting the same coffee beans you've had the previous month.

After viewing the entire museum, you can take a Q&A to find out how well you know the museum, and get a Coffee Doctore certificate from the UCC Museum with your photo in it.

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Sapporo TV Tower admission ticket

Sapporo TV Tower admission  ticket - Sapporo, Japan

Duration: 1 day
Location: Sapporo, Japan

From USD
$5.32

It is 60 seconds by elevator from the third floor to the observation deck, 90.38 metres above ground.
The entirety of Sapporo city unfolds beneath your eyes, set to a background of the magnificent Ishikari countryside,
the far afield Japan Sea, and Odori Park, where flowers bloom in the four seasons.
Command a panoramic view of the YOSAKOI Soran Festival, Sapporo Snow Festival, and White Illumination.

Optimal as a photo spot when visiting Sapporo. Timing of the switch from light up to illumination is also not to be missed ... More info ›

It is 60 seconds by elevator from the third floor to the observation deck, 90.38 metres above ground.
The entirety of Sapporo city unfolds beneath your eyes, set to a background of the magnificent Ishikari countryside,
the far afield Japan Sea, and Odori Park, where flowers bloom in the four seasons.
Command a panoramic view of the YOSAKOI Soran Festival, Sapporo Snow Festival, and White Illumination.

Optimal as a photo spot when visiting Sapporo. Timing of the switch from light up to illumination is also not to be missed. As the sunset time varies according to season, the times listed below may change.Electric clock lights-out timeThe Sapporo TV tower electric clock is turned off at a specified time each day.Having a solid impact on the prevention of global warming, this practice greatly affects energy conservation and CO2 emission reduction and is named ‘Light down action’.
Sky shop
This is the observation deck souvenir shop! We stock ‘TV Dad’ goods only available for purchase on the observation deck! The most popular products at the skyshop are naturally ‘TV Dad’ goods. T-shirts, soft toys, and stationery are all hot-sellers that may sell out on weekends. As ‘TV Dad’ is a seasonal character, make sure to get yours soon.

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Tickets to Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum - delivery in Japan included

Tickets to Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum - delivery in Japan included - Yokohama, Japan

Duration: 1 to 3 hrs
Location: Yokohama, Japan

From USD
$6.82

Ramen lovers unite! And then get slurping over to the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum! Dozens of varieties of ramen, gyoza, and more await you at this gastronomic theme park!
Pre-purchase the tickets and have it deliver to your hotel!

The Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum has something for just about everyone, including pork-free ramen, and vegetarian ramen as well! Ramen specialist from around the country have come together for your eating pleasure, but there's also many feasts for the eyes, as the shops are scattered about a retro-style indoor cityscape. A slot race car track, sweets shop, and other stores give you plenty to do between bowls of ramen too ... More info ›

Ramen lovers unite! And then get slurping over to the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum! Dozens of varieties of ramen, gyoza, and more await you at this gastronomic theme park!
Pre-purchase the tickets and have it deliver to your hotel!

The Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum has something for just about everyone, including pork-free ramen, and vegetarian ramen as well! Ramen specialist from around the country have come together for your eating pleasure, but there's also many feasts for the eyes, as the shops are scattered about a retro-style indoor cityscape. A slot race car track, sweets shop, and other stores give you plenty to do between bowls of ramen too.

There's lots of other sights in Yokohama, so this is a great lunch adventure to break up your day. Also, since the Museum is just a few minutes' walk from Shin-Yokohama Station, you can combine it with arriving or departing on the bullet train!

Your admission gets you in to the museum, but food is not included.

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Japan 4G LTE Unlimited WiFi Hotspot Rental at Naha Airport

Japan 4G LTE Unlimited WiFi Hotspot Rental at Naha Airport - Okinawa, Japan

Duration: 1 to 90 days
Location: Okinawa, Japan

From USD
$7.00

Are you tired of having no internet while traveling in Japan?

Are you tired of paying expensive roaming charges for a slow internet?

Do you want to stay connected and not have to rely on the hotel WiFi or connect to an unsecured free WiFi?

If you said YES! to any of those questions reserve our pocket hotspot for your next vacation to Japan

Secure a reliable connection to up to 10 devices, this includes your smartphone, tablets and laptops

The pocket-sized WiFi router (MiFi) lets you connect up to 10 devices simultaneously. It allows you to stay connected with a secure high-speed internet on the go ... More info ›

Are you tired of having no internet while traveling in Japan?

Are you tired of paying expensive roaming charges for a slow internet?

Do you want to stay connected and not have to rely on the hotel WiFi or connect to an unsecured free WiFi?

If you said YES! to any of those questions reserve our pocket hotspot for your next vacation to Japan

Secure a reliable connection to up to 10 devices, this includes your smartphone, tablets and laptops

The pocket-sized WiFi router (MiFi) lets you connect up to 10 devices simultaneously. It allows you to stay connected with a secure high-speed internet on the go. Unlike SIM cards, you do not have to change the setting on your devices. 
Connect to the pocket hotspot as if you are connecting to the WiFi at home. This means that you do not have to rely on the hotel WiFi or pay expensive roaming charges for a slow connection. Our service utilizes Softbank's network in Japan thus secures a reliable and stable connection.

Stay connected at all times while using google maps, Facebook, Instagram, twitter or just surf the internet to get info! Best way to use VoIP and call family and friends back home and share your travel experience with the world!

How to use our service:

  1. Reserve your hotspot 2 days prior your departure  
  2. Pick up the device
  3. Connect the WiFi to your device and enjoy up to 4G/LTE connectivity.
  4. Return the device at Haneda Airport return counter 

Devices must be rented for the entire duration of the trip.

Not just the days the device will be used

If the device is not returned after the duration we reserve the right to deem the device "lost" and charge the customer $400

One person = 1 Device which can connect up to 10 devices

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General Admission to Kyoto Tower

General Admission to Kyoto Tower - Kyoto, Japan

Duration: 1 day
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$7.00

Kyoto Tower is a 131 meters (430 feet) tall, 800 ton in weight, Japanese candle-shaped observation tower that stands above the Kyoto city in Japan.

It was designed by Makoto Tanahashi, doctor of engineering, and built to withstand all the natural forces that could hit the area. Construction of the tower began in 1963 and was completed and opened mere a year later in December of 1964.

There are nine elevators that will take you to the tower’s 100 meter (330 feet) high observation deck, where you can use the free telescopes to peer far into the distance and enjoy the breathtaking view of the old Kyoto city.

Attraction details:

  • Enjoy a unique look at Kyoto city from 100 meters up at the Kyoto Tower observation deck
  • Get a new angle on sightseeing famous sights such as Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Toji Temple and Chion-in Temple, and even as far as Osaka!
  • Make the most of the free telescopes on the observation deck fifth floor
  • Enjoy the building's amenities including souvenir shops, restaurant, sky lounge and public bath house during your visit

Kyoto Tower is a 131 meters (430 feet) tall, 800 ton in weight, Japanese candle-shaped observation tower that stands above the Kyoto city in Japan.

It was designed by Makoto Tanahashi, doctor of engineering, and built to withstand all the natural forces that could hit the area. Construction of the tower began in 1963 and was completed and opened mere a year later in December of 1964.

There are nine elevators that will take you to the tower’s 100 meter (330 feet) high observation deck, where you can use the free telescopes to peer far into the distance and enjoy the breathtaking view of the old Kyoto city.

Attraction details:

  • Enjoy a unique look at Kyoto city from 100 meters up at the Kyoto Tower observation deck
  • Get a new angle on sightseeing famous sights such as Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Toji Temple and Chion-in Temple, and even as far as Osaka!
  • Make the most of the free telescopes on the observation deck fifth floor
  • Enjoy the building's amenities including souvenir shops, restaurant, sky lounge and public bath house during your visit

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Toyo Bunko Entrance Ticket

Toyo Bunko Entrance Ticket - Tokyo, Japan

Duration: 1 to 5 hrs
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$7.27

The Toyo Bunko, or the "Oriental Library," is Japan's largest Asian studies library and is located in Tokyo. Historically, the Toyo Bunko Museum was founded at the beginning of the 19th Century when Iwasaki Hisaya, the former president of Mitsubishi, began collecting Japanese language resources on history and culture ... More info ›

The Toyo Bunko, or the "Oriental Library," is Japan's largest Asian studies library and is located in Tokyo. Historically, the Toyo Bunko Museum was founded at the beginning of the 19th Century when Iwasaki Hisaya, the former president of Mitsubishi, began collecting Japanese language resources on history and culture. In 1917, Iwasaki purchased the collection of George Ernest Morrison, an Australian journalist who was also a corresponded and special adviser to the Republic of China.

The Toyo Bunko is considered one of the top 5 research facilities in the world for studying Asian Studies and is the largest in Japan. Here, you will find millions of books that are linguistically diverse: Chinese, Western languages, Japanese and other Asian languages. You will be astounded at the breadth of coverage the library has and the history of the books and research. 

The museum also showcases Japanese cultural treasures and irreplaceable artwork. Due to this reason, it is also a popular place for anyone who loves books, art and culture to come to view the collection. 

The museum also features a restaurant where diplomats such as Caroline Kennedy was known to frequent.

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