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Introduction to Mobile Service in Japan

Jan 23, 2019 By Jason Gatewood

In recent years, the number of companies offering mobile phone service in Japan has increased substantially, along with the variety...[ Click to read more ]

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Dance Classes in Kobe

Jan 22, 2019 By Justin Hanus

Whether you fancy a bit of a tango, some contemporary street dance or just want to keep in shape with...[ Click to read more ]

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A Valentine’s Date in Kobe

Jan 22, 2019 By Justin Hanus

Valentine’s Day in Japan is an important day, especially for girls and women. Though the customs are a little bit...[ Click to read more ]

Valentines Day and White Day in Japan

Jan 22, 2019 By Ray Proper

Valentine’s Day in Japan - February 14 In Japan, the "Craziness of Valentine’s Day" falls mainly on the women. Unlike most...[ Click to read more ]

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Nagoya Ramen Festival 2019

Jan 22, 2019 By Ray Proper

Ramen is a classic Japanese food.  If you ask a random person, foreign or Japanese, male or female, what their favorite...[ Click to read more ]

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Celebrating New Years in Kobe’s Chinatown 2019

Jan 21, 2019 By Justin Hanus

Despite its proximity to China, there are only a few Chinatowns in the whole of Japan. One of the largest...[ Click to read more ]

Where to Spend Valentine’s Day in Nagoya

Jan 21, 2019 By Mark Guthrie

[caption id="attachment_31931" align="aligncenter" width="640"] The illuminations at Nabana no Sato[/caption] In his 1977 classic one hit wonder, John Paul Young...[ Click to read more ]

Tokyo’s Romantic Valentine Spots

Jan 20, 2019 By Mark Guthrie

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, you may be wanting to find that perfect place to cozy up to...[ Click to read more ]

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Where to Take Kids in Kobe

Jan 19, 2019 By Justin Hanus

Looking for places to take the kids on a day out to stop them from getting bored? Kobe has plenty...[ Click to read more ]

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What Are Stamp Rallies and How Can You Participate?

Jan 18, 2019 By Justin Hanus

A popular activity in Japan — for visitors and residents alike — is the collecting of ink prints made by...[ Click to read more ]

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