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It seriously can be a challenge! Japan’s chilly winters often take tourists by surprise and of course leave them unprepared🌬
Surely, you might find defining Tokyo cold as laughable, cause it depends on what kind of climate you are used to😅 Nevertheless, I think we can all agree on is that Japan's buildings are only slightly warmer than the outside❄️and you’ll remember those endless nights of dressing like you're in Siberia and shivering the night away😂 .
Heater will be your best hot mate🔥
So what else are you to do as a temporary visitor in Tokyo during the winter season? . ☃️Pick up some Kairo/ Hokkairo (disposable, personal heating packs)
. ☃️Grab some thermals/ heattech clothing (stuff from Uniqlo will keep you extra warm and toasty)
. ☃️Hop on a train (outside is freezing? you can count on the train to warm you up!😁 All seats are heated😌)
. ☃️Get yourself some hot drinks☺️and vitamin C drinks (cause in the chilly months it feels like literally every one around you is sick😳)
. ☃️Try winter specials — Nabe (hotpot)🥘, Sukiyaki, Shabu-shabu, etc.😋
. ☃️Head to onsen (hot springs)♨️ — it’s the perfect place to warm up as well as to experience an important part of Japanese culture😍
. ☃️And, of course, layer up and wear a mask😷! It’s not only helps to prevent illness, but also keeps your face and nose warmer😏✌🏼
Many people use the public transport when they visit Tokyo which is on one side understandable because the city is huge.
But in the other side they don’t know about the places they miss out along their way.
Every part of Tokyo has its little alleyways and corners which are perfect to observe local life.
The little Ramen shops, the stores which sell crazy things, the colorful streets with neon advertising and much more.
Don’t miss out on them!
So hop on a bike and explore the city in the best way.
And in the same time you are active and it’s better for our environment.
Is Tokyo on your bucket list?