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Connect with friends and meet new people from around the world in these Japanese-language hot spots.
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MeltingDots is a support center for Japanese beginners run entirely by volunteers. There are tutorial institutions, freebie shops, sightseeing guidance, sand boxes, salons and more. Or swing by for the pleasant events held on Saturday nights, with occasional prizes.View this destination »
Golden Pavilion is the popular name for one of the main buildings of a Buddhist Japanese temple in Kyoto, Japan. The name Golden Pavilion comes from the Japanese term Kinkakuji, which literally means the temple of the Golden Pavilion. Come experience the serenity.View this destination »
Visit kumashon, a place for shopping, exploration and discovery that is friendly for beginners.Signage here is in English and Japanese.View this destination »
The Blue Lotus Okiya has been a place of tradition and artistry since 2007. A place for women of culture, intelligence and distinction, geisha with honor, grace and beauty. This is an environment rich with traditional values combined with sisterhood and support. Stroll in the lush gardens to the ochaya (tea house) for an afternoon engagement. Or seek to rest your head at the local ryokan (inn) for the evening.View this destination »
Step back in time and dive into Japan's most troubled Sengoku period. The Village in the Snow is a newcomer-friendly community that encourages character-driven roleplay. Join Sengoku Japan to live out your inner Ninja, enjoy the many Geisha performances, make new friends, or just unwind and relax in a beautifully snowed-in village frozen in time.View this destination »
Tamagosenbei offer a home for people who want to make Secondlife more かわいい。 The creator lovingly crafted a parcel that represents everything wonderful love about urban Tokyo and food from the region. Tamagosenbei is the mascot of this parcel, and its humor is evident in the prefecture shrine. It is a place where you can watch movies, karaoke, talk with friends, or just soak in the experience of Tokyo.View this destination »
Japanese Village is, simply, a Japanese village with a teahouse. Overlooking the water, soothe your inner spirit at this serene, tranquil locale. Enjoy graceful weeping willows, cedar and cherry trees, as they display nature’s own sweet spirit. Set in the Edo period, come surround yourself with nature's beauty.View this destination »
Enter the Bushido Challenge, a treasure hunt and maze that requires planned movements, logic, sequencing, matching, interaction, cooperation and more. Solve them all for a full set of kanji armor. Get your bushido on as the at the Bushido Challenge.View this destination »
New Tokyo is set in a near future Japanese Cyber City. Here you'll find fabulous neo lights signs as far up as the eye can see and numerous skyscrapers offering many apartments. There is plenty to do here as you explore arcades, cinemas, a run down junk yard, bowling alley and more. There's also a night club hosting regular events and ample shops to spend your hard earned L$'s on.View this destination »
Hang out on the beach at Japan Resort, home of one of the largest Japanese language communities on Second Life.View this destination »
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