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I'm so bored staying home! What Japanese things can I do while I'm stuck inside?
First things first: lots of zoos and aquariums in Japan are posting their cutest content on twitter right now, so don't miss it! 😄 But you can also read some manga in Japanese for free (like Bleach, Naruto, and One Piece!), watch Detective Conan on youtube for free (in Japanese), and then check out some good Japanese movies (with subtitles) all over the internet. Stay safe!
What is your favorite thing(s) to buy at Muji?
Normally I think the little things at Muji are the best - simple, appealing stationery and so on... but I recently bought some sheets on sale there, and those are pretty nice too! hahahaFor travelers looking for some souvenirs, things like bags of traditional Japanese snacks might be fun. Do you have a favorite thing from Muji?
When will Disneyland reopen?
According to the official Tokyo Disneyland website, they're closed until further notice, so there is no official date right now! Since Tokyo is currently in coronavirus lockdown, Disneyland probably won't reopen very soon. You can always check this list of closed facilities in Tokyo to see what's closed and what's open! They'll probably announce an opening date when the situation with COVID-19 calms down.
What would you say is the best type of sushi to get in japan?
Specialty rolls aren’t really a Japanese thing; fancy maki sushi (rolls) with lots of fillings and topping are pretty rare in Japan! They’re really more like American-Japanese or wherever-Japanese food. 😉 But if you love some really high quality nigiri sushi (simple sliced fish, etc on top of a nugget of rice) then you’ll find some good stuff in Japan. I think the best route is often to find a shop with a good reputation and then try their omakase, so whatever the sushi chef recommends that day! It can also be fun to try like a maguro (tuna) tasting plate, with various cuts (everything from lean “red meat” to really fatty otoro).
What would be the best food that you would want to eat when you come back to Japan?
Oh, by the way, my favourite is Soba noodles. Especially cold ones!
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