Let's travel to Japan with...MATCHA?!🍵
What to do on a trip to Japan?
Sushi?🍣 Hot springs?♨️ Shopping?🛍️
I have been researching cafés a lot lately.
By the way, what do you use to gather information when you travel?
There are many media available now, such as websites, YouTube videos and blogs.
I often recommend MATCHA in class.
You're not interested in tea?🤷
Don't worry, this is the name of the website.💻
It has a different appeal to other media and I'll only tell you about it in secret if you're reading this post.😏
MATCHA is a web magazine providing information on Japan for visitors to Japan.🇯🇵
It covers famous tourist destinations such as Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto, as well as the whole of Japan from north to south.
It is categorised not only by location, but also by purpose, so you can do your own research.
Some of them include introductions to places to go, such as those specifically for cat lovers.
There are also a number of articles, some of which are the common top ten best things to do, and others that examine things such as what is the shortest and cheapest way to get from point A to point B.
The website is basically in Japanese, but there is also a language setting called ‘やさしい日本語 (Easy Japanese)’.
You, who are studying Japanese now, can practise reading it too!🥳
Well, there are some articles that aren't supported, but they are available in several languages, including English and Chinese, so if you get tired of reading, just switch over.😅
This is the perfect medium for those who are starting to understand a little Japanese but suddenly find it hard to read stiff Japanese websites!