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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 »
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 »
Fuubutsu Dou shop specializes in Edo Japanese goods and buildings. Hidden in a weather-worn building, come find home deco, gardening accessories, kimonos, even daily chores! Wander the trails outside the shop to see item demos displayed in an atmosphere reminiscent of Japanese folklore.View this destination »
Taka no Sakura is an Edo period Japanese sim, great for roleplaying, discovery or just plain wandering.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 »
The friendly staff at CHACHAT! offer a variety of classes including beginner's, situational, intermediate, and advanced English as well as UK and US pronunciation lessons, mainly aimed at Japanese students.View this destination »
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