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Thai Food in Nagoya

Jul 09, 2012 By Ray Proper

Quite a few restaurants in the Nagoya area serve up authentic Thai food, or ingredients.  Thai food gets more popular...[ Click to read more ]

Hamburger Restaurants in Nagoya

Jun 26, 2012 By Ray Proper

Yes, it has been kind of done to death, but Hamburgers are an important staple in many people's diets. Even...[ Click to read more ]

The Pig in Osu – Yabaton Kushi Katsu

Jun 09, 2012 By Ray Proper

If you have spent any time in Nagoya at all, you'll recognize the Yabaton pig. Yabaton is a staple food...[ Click to read more ]

Hisayaodori Park in the Heart of Nagoya

May 22, 2012 By Ray Proper

Sakae’s Hisayaodori Park is a very nice urban park that features events on weekends; if the weather is good, nearly...[ Click to read more ]

A Basic Guide to Japanese Apartments in Nagoya

Apr 12, 2012 By Ray Proper

To start with, apartments in Japan are measured in “Jo”. Jo uses the size of one tatami mat, the traditional...[ Click to read more ]

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German Food in Nagoya

Mar 12, 2012 By Ray Proper

There are not many places in Nagoya to eat German food, but you can find some of the ingredients. By...[ Click to read more ]

Making Yose Nabe – Recipe

Mar 01, 2012 By Ray Proper

Yose Nabe is a simple hot pot dish. The ingredients are flexible, but the first four are basically required in...[ Click to read more ]

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Sakae: The Beating Heart of Nagoya, Japan

Feb 15, 2012 By Ray Proper

Sakae (栄) is located in Aichi, Nagoya, Naka-ku. Sakae is arguably the main entertainment area of Nagoya, and the hub...[ Click to read more ]

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English Alcoholics Anonymous in Nagoya

Feb 02, 2012 By Ray Proper

Japan is a drinking country. You do not have to be here very long before you see your first salary...[ Click to read more ]

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Making Gyudon at Home!

Oct 23, 2011 By Ray Proper

Live in a Japan for any longer than about a day and you will run smack into Yoshinoya, or some...[ Click to read more ]

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