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Island Hopping on the Seto Inland Sea near Hiroshima

Mar 26, 2018 By Matt Mangham

If you find yourself in Hiroshima or the surrounding area for any length of time, you really should set aside...[ Click to read more ]

Hiroshima’s Onomichi Minato Festival

Mar 26, 2018 By Matt Mangham

Onomichi has long been one of my own family’s favorite day-trip destinations in Hiroshima prefecture. Time after time, this little...[ Click to read more ]

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Flower Parks of the Sera District of Hiroshima

Mar 26, 2018 By Matt Mangham

For many people, spring really only means flowers, and plenty of them. Some of us can get all we need...[ Click to read more ]

Grocery Delivery Services In Tokyo

Mar 26, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

When I moved to into Tokyo proper last year, I made sure to position myself in between two 24 hour...[ Click to read more ]

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Bikesharing In Tokyo

Mar 26, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

It’s been almost eight years since the concept of bikesharing hit Japan’s shores in the Minato-Mirai and Kannai districts of...[ Click to read more ]

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Miyako Odori – Geisha Dancing in Kyoto

Mar 26, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

The geisha is perhaps one of the most recognizable symbols of Japan, an icon that conjures up images of beauty, grace and...[ Click to read more ]

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Top Tips for Traveling Around Japan

Mar 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

As Japan has so much to offer, it’s worth taking a trip to see different parts of the country. If...[ Click to read more ]

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8 Most Popular Hiking Tours in the Kansai Region

Mar 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

One of the best ways to enjoy a new place is to walk around and visit the attractions. But if...[ Click to read more ]

5 Most Popular Festivals to Check Out in the Kansai Region

Mar 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

There’s always a famous festival in every country that draws pilgrims, tourists, the one-time visitors and even locals. There’s that...[ Click to read more ]

7 Most Popular Sake Breweries in Kobe

Mar 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

Have you ever had a chance to try sake before? It’s already a given that sake is from Japan since...[ Click to read more ]

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