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Cheap Internet Guide in Japan

Posted: August 6, 2013 by InfinityZer0 in Guides, Japan!!

During my 7x travelling to Tokyo/Japan since 2010, i have managed to test out some of the free/paid internet options while travelling there…This guide will cover wifi spots, 3G mobile broadband (bmobile) and PocketWifi. :3 Let’s start with some of the free option first shall we 😀 FREE INTERNET Believe it or not, yes there […]

Cheap Dining in Japan (Gyudon/beef bowl/Curry Rice) style

Posted: April 19, 2013 by InfinityZer0 in Guides, Japan!!

Dining in japan can be quite expensive. The first time i went to japan,i used to spend like 1000 yen+ per meal for expensive ramen and stuffs. Nowadays i rather eat at some “gyudon/beef bowl” food chains called Sukiya, MatsuYa, or my recent favorite – Chikara Meshi. They are basically “yoshinoya” clones , with better […]

[Idol Hunter] How to check for Idol Events in Japan

Posted: February 4, 2013 by InfinityZer0 in Guides, Japan!!

Everyday im shuffling…i mean…Everyday im idolling! Yes, in Japan, idol events happens almost everyday (in fact i think everyday there is an event), you just need to check only 😛 There are many ways to check the events, the normal ways would be to visit the particular group idol website themself, and check the Schedules […]

Guide : Going for AV Events in Japan

Posted: April 12, 2012 by InfinityZer0 in Guides, Japan!!

This simple guide will show you how to go for av events, and where to check for the schedules etc. 😛 First of all, there are many events in tokyo. You just have to look for the schedules. Many AV labels have their own websites, and their own schedule/events page…we will get back to that […]

Guide: Tokyo to Nagoya/Osaka Budget Travel by Bus

Posted: April 10, 2012 by InfinityZer0 in Guides

Budget Travel : Tokyo to Nagoya/Osaka: It’s a well known fact that travelling to Osaka and Nagoya by train from Tokyo could be very expensive. For example, If you are taking Shinkansen from Tokyo to Osaka, it could easily cost you around 10.000 yen per one way trip. Of course, you can always purchase a […]