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Sekigahara – Japan’s Defining Samurai Battle

Jun 30, 2014 By Mark Guthrie

As you may or may not know, the Chubu area witnessed the scene of perhaps the most important and defining...[ Click to read more ]

What to do if You Lose Your Residence Card

Jun 27, 2014 By Mark Guthrie

When living in a foreign country, there are many exciting and wonderful things to see and do. However, not knowing...[ Click to read more ]

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Fishy Business – Yanagibashi Chuo Ichiba Fish Market in Nagoya

Jun 24, 2014 By Mark Guthrie

Ask a Japanese of which part of their culture they are most proud and nine times out of then they...[ Click to read more ]

Hiking, Walking and Biking Nagano: Nagano City

Jun 19, 2014 By

Mystical Forests, Ninja Adventures, WWII Tunnels and Mountains Galore Many Japanese associate Nagano City with the iconic Zenkoji Temple, home...[ Click to read more ]

Sushi Dokoro Shiki in Tokyo’s Ginza District

Jun 16, 2014 By Ray Proper

Sushi Dokoro Shiki - すし処 志喜  in Tokyo's Ginza District is a surprisingly good and affordable treasure.  They specialize in "course menu" sushi...[ Click to read more ]

Golfing in and around Tokyo

Jun 12, 2014 By Mark Guthrie

Being packed, seemingly shoulder-to-shoulder, with people you could be forgiven for thinking that Tokyo is not the best place to,...[ Click to read more ]

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Japanese Recipes in English

Jun 10, 2014 By Ray Proper

Cookpad This app features the best Japanese recipes from the largest cooking community in Japan.  Long popular in its native Japanese...[ Click to read more ]

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Where to watch the FIFA World Cup in Nagoya

May 29, 2014 By Mark Guthrie

What do you think of when you hear the word ‘football’? Do you think of a sport where the ball...[ Click to read more ]

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