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8 Popular Historic Sites in Kobe

Jan 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

Places brimming with history exude that magical charm tourists cannot resist. It’s always on our list of must do’s when...[ Click to read more ]

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Samurai Beauty at Inuyama’s Urakuen Garden Near Nagoya

Jan 22, 2018 By Bert Wishart

One of the most interesting aspects of the samurai era is how they managed to marry a continual warlike state,...[ Click to read more ]

Sake Tasting in Tokyo

Jan 20, 2018 By Bert Wishart

Sake, of course, is famous around the world for being Japan's national drink. Though the drinking of Chinese alcohol is...[ Click to read more ]

International Supermarkets in Tokyo

Jan 20, 2018 By Bert Wishart

Japanese food is celebrated the world over, and you are perhaps lucky to live in a country in which the...[ Click to read more ]

English Speaking Yoga in Nagoya

Dec 26, 2017 By Bert Wishart

With its combination of strength, stamina and flexibility, there are very few forms of exercise that gets your body into...[ Click to read more ]

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How to Bitcoin in Japan

Dec 26, 2017 By Jason Gatewood

No doubt you've heard of the digital currency Bitcoin in the past few months thanks in part to its meteoric...[ Click to read more ]

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Nakano Broadway: Tokyo’s “other Akihabara”

Dec 26, 2017 By Jason Gatewood

No matter how you slice it, Tokyo's modern image is the stuff of cyberpunk dreams. We are the city of...[ Click to read more ]

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Shopping via Remailing Services to Japan

Dec 26, 2017 By Jason Gatewood

No matter how cosmopolitan Japan gets, there will always be that one item that's impossible to find from back home....[ Click to read more ]

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