Updated: September 16, 2016
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4 Web Services To Meet The Locals In Japan

One of the best part of traveling is meeting new people, especially the locals. You can deeply understand the culture and attraction of the country by knowing the people there. Here're three tips to know the locals in Japan.

#1 Meetup

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Meetup is a world-famous website, which you can find so many local events in different countries. Japan is no exception.

The number of events varies up to the cities. Tokyo is of course the most active city for meetup users, but you can also find events in some local cities.

#2 Rotip

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Rotip is a unique service made in Japan. In this website, you can find a local person who recommends you a good local restaurant for free and even makes a reservation if you need. What's more, you can ask the person to eat out together.

#3 Couchsurfing

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Couchsurfing is a website for travelers which you can find a place to sleep for free. You can find the events in this website too.
This community has more travelers than the locals compared to meetup.
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#4 SOMEATT

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SOMEATT is a Japanese web service which is similar to Rotip. You chose when, where and what you want to do, and the list of people will show up. So you can find someone who can guide you around.
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