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Let’s Tour Sendai: Getting and Staying There

Nov 30, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

Located about 350 km (220 mi) to the northeast of Tokyo, the City of Sendai makes for a very pleasant...[ Click to read more ]

Let’s Tour – Sendai: What to eat

Nov 30, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

No review of any part of Japan would be complete without talking about its contributions to the gastronomic scene, and...[ Click to read more ]

How to Use your Suica on the Shinkansen

Nov 30, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

One of the first things anyone traveling around Tokyo should do is to pick up a Suica or Pasmo transit...[ Click to read more ]

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Find Airfare Deals From Japan

Nov 30, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

There are a ton of deals to come from your home country to Japan for a holiday trip, especially in...[ Click to read more ]

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Let’s Tour – Sendai: What to see & do

Nov 30, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

For a city its size (just over one million people, which is considered small by Japan standards), Sendai has a...[ Click to read more ]

Do You Know Nags? Nagoya’s Hidden Gems – Part 2

Nov 30, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

Whether you have been here for a few weeks or know the city like the back of your hand, Nagoya...[ Click to read more ]

Drinking Sake Warms Winters in Hiroshima

Nov 28, 2018 By Jade Brischke

How do you get warm and stay warm when the temperature in Hiroshima drops during the winter? Ah, that’s easy,...[ Click to read more ]

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Taiwan Ramen – Famous Nagoya Meibutsu

Nov 28, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

Nagoya's cuisine is pretty different from traditional Japanese fare. While most of the best known Japanese dishes are famed for their...[ Click to read more ]

Enkai Etiquette; Office Party Do’s and Don’ts

Nov 27, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

Starting work in a new office can be pretty stressful. Each office can have its own particular rules and culture,...[ Click to read more ]

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Traditional Japanese New Years’ Foods – Osechi Ryori

Nov 27, 2018 By Ray Proper

Osechi-ryōri are traditional Japanese foods eaten at the start of the new year.  The osechi tradition has been alive in...[ Click to read more ]

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