Hino is a city in Japan, with around 171.8 thousand inhabitants. Lemi has 4 lists with places in Hino.
20 days ago
Spirited Away? Ponyo? Princess Mononoke? If you’re a fan of Studio Ghibli films, you should definitely visit their museum. You’re not allowed to take pictures inside but you’ll understand once you get there. I recommend watching the short film, it’s too adorable for me to comprehend!
24 days ago
Here's where Bob and Charlotte sang classics from The Pretenders and Roxy Music. I love how Sofia Coppola touched on the subtleties of their romantic connection in this scene.
a month ago
Skewers!!! Be careful about which one you go into. Some are bad.
a month ago
A great (free) way to see Tokyo’s breathtaking city view 💖 My personal tips: 1. Come at odd hours. Since this has free admission, most tourists are willing to line up to see the great view. So make sure to plan your day ahead to hit those odd hours with fewer people in queue. They also only let a certain number of people in the observatory to avoid crowdedness and of course, to get those good pictures! 😉 2. If willing to wait (I waited around 45 mins to an hour), come by around 5pm so you can see both sceneries in day and night! Extra plus — you can catch the amazing sunset too 😍 3. Bring some money! The admission may be free, but there are some souvenir shops and a cafe located upstairs with cute little trinkets and items. I was able to buy my kid a really cool toy that I didn’t see anywhere else in Tokyo!
2 months ago
The Company's founder, Satoshi Sakurada opened the first MOS burger in 1972 in Narimasu, Tokyo. Although the chain's most famous creation, the rice burger where rice patties replace the burger bun, did not debut until 1987. You can still visit the original Narimasu location, or any of the 1800 other locations across Japan and elsewhere in Asia.
3 months ago
As featured in Ugly Delicious. One of the best pizzas I’ve had to date! 🍕
4 months ago
A Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant known for its artisanal sake.
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