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Brazillian Festival Nagoya

Apr 08, 2016 By Ray Proper

Brazilian Festival Nagoya is a little slice of Latin America in Hisayaodori Park, Sakae.  You can enjoy a variety of Brazilian foods...[ Click to read more ]

Nagoya Vegan Gourmet Festival

Apr 06, 2016 By Admin

Among recent arrivals, vegetarians and vegans have it comparably rough in Japan.  If there was ever a country set up...[ Click to read more ]

Roppongi: Tokyo’s Contemporary City

Apr 01, 2016 By Ray Proper

Roppongi (六本木 ) is an area within Minato, Tokyo, and one of Tokyo’s most popular places among locals and foreigners...[ Click to read more ]

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Sake tasting around Nagoya

Mar 31, 2016 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 ]

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A Pizza the action – Tokyo’s Best Pizza Restaurants

Mar 28, 2016 By Bert Wishart

On the face of it, Japan has something of an odd relationship with pizza. You can find pizza slices in...[ Click to read more ]

J League Soccer is Back!

Mar 28, 2016 By Bert Wishart

While sumo and baseball are the undoubted kings of Japanese sport, there is mounting evidence to say that, amongst the...[ Click to read more ]

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Enoshima, Kanagawa’s Island Goddess

Mar 28, 2016 By Bert Wishart

Just 50 km southwest of Tokyo city center there lies an exquisite island of such natural beauty you wouldn't be...[ Click to read more ]

The Tokai Japan Canada Society (TJCS)

Mar 28, 2016 By Ray Proper

TJCS presents the 2016 Hanami in Kairaku Koen Tsu City, Mie Prefecture Date: Saturday, April 2nd   ***Rain out: Sunday, April 3rd Start:...[ Click to read more ]

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Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan: How Many People Have Signed the Guest Register of this 1,300 Year Old Hotel?

Mar 22, 2016 By Justin Hanus

Just doing the math is mind-boggling. A family business for over 1,300 years. Yes, there have been some heirs adopted...[ Click to read more ]

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