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Navigating Tokyo's subway can be tricky, especially when you're in a rush. But knowing a simple rule can make your commute much easier when taking the subway.

During the Golden Week holiday, Kyoto faced heavy crowds as foreign tourists, buoyed by a weak yen, combined with domestic travelers, leading to overcrowding. At popular spots, trash was scattered, highlighting the major issue of overtourism.

Tokyo DisneySea's largest development since its opening, the new "Fantasy Springs" area, was unveiled to the press ahead of its opening next month.

In the ancient city of Kamakura, an experimental initiative promoting walking to address over-tourism issues and potentially unveil new charms took place. Local residents express hopes that this experiment will not only alleviate congestion but also lead to the discovery of fresh attractions.

Step into the vibrant heart of Tokyo and discover a culinary adventure at the Kura Sushi Global Flagship Store Ginza. Situated in the bustling Marronnier Gate Ginza 2, this flagship location is not just a sushi restaurant; it is an immersive cultural experience that combines the timeless appeal of traditional Japanese cuisine with modern innovation and style.

This summer, the Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk invites guests to indulge in a culinary experience with the launch of the "BarbieƗHilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk Sweets Buffet."

The sailing ship Kaiwo Maru displayed all its sails Sunday in a "Full Sail Exhibition" against a backdrop of a blue Imizu sky in Toyama Prefecture. The event showcased the ship's iconic white sails, earning it the nickname "Lady of the Sea."

Approximately 500,000 shibazakura (moss phlox) are in full bloom at a tourist facility in Fujikawaguchiko, Yamanashi Prefecture, drawing many holidaymakers.