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Ritualistic Ceremonies Could Be Your Cup of Tea in Kobe

Jan 23, 2017 By Justin Hanus

In Japan you can enjoy a cup of tea or you can immerse yourself in Japan's Way of Tea, a...[ Click to read more ]

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Land of the Rising Sun is No Mere Slogan

Jan 23, 2017 By Justin Hanus

The "Land of the Rising Sun" is not just a catchy marketing slogan drummed up by the Japan tourism bureau....[ Click to read more ]

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Food Allergies in Japan

Jan 23, 2017 By

Dealing with food allergies can be a hassle anywhere, but it can be especially worrisome when trying to find something...[ Click to read more ]

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Under the Sea at Miyajima Aquarium in Hiroshima

Jan 17, 2017 By Jade Brischke

Hiroshima is famous for having access to both the mountains and the ocean and as a result, has bountiful produce...[ Click to read more ]

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Getting Into the Spirit of Hiroshima’s Oyster Season

Jan 17, 2017 By Justin Hanus

As New Year’s well wishes fade from conversations across Japan, an unspoken but equally cheerful sentiment permeates the atmosphere of...[ Click to read more ]

Tokyo Auto Salon 2017

Dec 28, 2016 By

Not being a speed demon myself it is hard to relate to the fast and furious aesthetic, but I definitely...[ Click to read more ]

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‘Spirited Away,’ to a Day Trip from Hiroshima

Dec 27, 2016 By Jade Brischke

The cold weather at this of year is the perfect opportunity for embracing the Japanese spirit and heading to an...[ Click to read more ]

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Ice Skating Around Aichi and Nagoya

Dec 27, 2016 By Mark Guthrie

When it comes to winter sports, Japan is a little bit ice crazy. Hosting the Winter Olympics in 1964 (Sapporo)...[ Click to read more ]

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Getting Theatrical at Nagoya’s Kabuki Cafe

Dec 27, 2016 By Mark Guthrie

When one thinks of Japanese high art, alongside haiku, ukiyo-e, and the movies of Yasujiro Ozu, kabuki is most probably one...[ Click to read more ]

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A ‘Pizza’ the action – Authentic Italian Pizza in Nagoya

Dec 27, 2016 By Mark Guthrie

While Japan is well known for its glorious food, no matter how much you love sushi, tempura, or shabushabu, there...[ Click to read more ]