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Toyota Plant and Museum Tour

Feb 26, 2015 By Mark Guthrie

As the third largest producer worldwide, there can be no doubting the importance of the automobile industry to Japan’s economy,...[ Click to read more ]

Girls Day and Hina Matsuri Events in Nagoya and Aichi

Feb 23, 2015 By Ray Proper

March starts out with a holiday for girls. The aptly named “Girls Day” coincides with the Hina Matsuri (Doll Festival),...[ Click to read more ]

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English Speaking Nail Salon in Nagoya

Feb 23, 2015 By

You can get your nails done in Japan too, in fact the "nail art" they do here is pretty impressive....[ Click to read more ]

Spring Pickings – Strawberry Picking around Tokyo

Feb 13, 2015 By Mark Guthrie

Japan has a wonderful association with fruit. While it tends to be a little expensive (at least  to the eyes of foreigners...[ Click to read more ]

Naked ambition – Take part in Konomiya’s Hadaka Matsuri

Jan 27, 2015 By Mark Guthrie

“You make your own luck in this world,” as the saying goes. Whoever coined the phrase could have been thinking...[ Click to read more ]

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Kid Friendly Activities in Tokyo

Jan 10, 2015 By Ray Proper

Tokyo is Mecca to anime and manga fans, and lovers of technology can find anything they seek, somewhere in the...[ Click to read more ]

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Celebrating the New Year in Yokohama’s Chinatown 2015

Jan 09, 2015 By Mark Guthrie

Although Japan adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1873, a celebration of the Chinese year is still an important cultural event....[ Click to read more ]

Pottery Classes in Seto, Gifu at Studio Kasen

Jan 03, 2015 By First Admin

Hiorshige Kato is a fourteenth generation pottery master - his family were one of only four families to be protected...[ Click to read more ]

Legendary Nagano: Folk Tales and Legends from the Roof of Japan

Dec 24, 2014 By Ray Proper

The Story of Lazy Taro is one of 23 stories in Legendary Nagano: Folk Tales and Legends from the Roof...[ Click to read more ]

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