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  • Victoria Victoria

    20% OFF Become a Lolita in Harajuku

    20% OFF Become a Lolita in Harajuku I had a lovely time becoming a Lolita in Harajuku today. I was able to choose from many types of pretty dresses and wigs. I am way too old (46) to be a Lolita so this experience was a treat for me.

    The makeup application was light and pretty. The makeup artist spoke English and helped me pick out a costume and wig. I am a 36D (104cm) bust and the dress and shirt were a bit tight. I fit but they were tight.

    The photographers had me stand in many cute poses and were able to communicate without speaking English. We had a lot of fun!

    Even though I know only a few words and phrases in Japanese, everyone was polite and helpful. A lot can be communicated through smiless and gestures. :-)

    My only complaint is, that for the price, we should be able to download more than just 3 pictures.

    This is highly recommended for women who want to feel pretty and sweet.

  • Tobin Tobin

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable This was such an amazing tour. There was so much interesting information and it was so incredible to watch the sumos practice from such a close viewpoint. I guide was great! I highly recommend this for anyone travelling to Japan!!!

  • Esther Esther

    15% OFF Maiko Makeover in Kyoto Gion

    15% OFF Maiko Makeover in Kyoto Gion I enjoyed this so much. Its just an unique experience and totally recommended!!!

  • James James

    Enjoy Samurai Experience at Dojo in Tokyo

    Enjoy Samurai Experience at Dojo in Tokyo This was a great way to experience some of Japan's fantastic culture first hand. The active dojo is the most reputable and best way to learn the ways of the samurai. My girlfriend and I had an amazing experience and got to handle a katana sword and have a go at throwing some ninja stars which was very cool. If you are in Japan you must try this!