Siori can roughly be translated as an itinerary.
People who submit their original itineraries are called Planners, and the itineraries they have published are called Siori.
Siori should be very unique, consisting of what each planner knows. Therefore, you might get some tips that you should know while traveling, rare information that is not publicly announced, or things even Japanese people don't know.
We hope you find favorite Siori and may your Japan travel be more satisfying and unforgettable.
In this category, you may find offbeat photogenic locations or unique things you can only come across in Japan. e.g.: alleys, hills, dwelling buildings, parks, strange objects, etc.
Japan is proud of its one of the best transportation systems in the world. Anything related to Japanese transportations, especially trains, are included in this category.
As you visit Japan, why not experience Japanese animation and comic world from the inside? eg: locations modeled after in an animcation, good shops for fans, etc.
It isn’t an easy task to find where you can take children with you or children can have good time, is it? In this category, locations recommended for family with children are archived.
If you look for unforgettable activities you should add-on to your must-do-in Japan list, this category is for you.
Information about Japanese local products and famous Japanese brands of various industries is sorted in this category.eg: places you can shop or experience production processes, etc.
Everyone has different tastes, and everyone has their own "best meal ever" moments. Here, the planners will share with you some of their personal favorite places for food.
Who doesn't like desserts? Whether or not you are sweet-tooth, you'd fall in love with the Japanese fine, artistic desserts you can find in this category.
If you are over 20, you cannot miss the information about Japanese liquor in this category.. eg: liquor stores, Izakaya (Japanese style bars), breweries, etc.
The dispatch of information will be done through interview-format articles, which we will gather the information by interviewing those who live in Japan and have unique hobbies or have extensive knowledge and expertise in a particular field.
We will be posting helpful information and suggestions on local attractions made by our staffs when traveling to Japan.
We will be introducing the uniqueness of Japanese culture, characteristics, and facts about Japan that are mind-blowing to foreigners from various perspectives.