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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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Japan’s Largest Freshwater Aquarium – Aquatotto Gifu

Oct 17, 2011 By Ray Proper

Water Eco Park is Japan’s largest freshwater aquarium. The aquarium is a part of the Kiso River Water Park in...[ Click to read more ]

Yakitori – Grilled Chicken on a Stick. It’s good!

Oct 07, 2011 By Ray Proper

Yakitori in a nutshell: kill chicken, put on stick, grill over fire, and eat. The world at large suffers a...[ Click to read more ]

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Autumn’s Treat – Matsutake Mushrooms

Sep 26, 2011 By Ray Proper

Just about everyone has seen these mushrooms in the supermarket; these are not the grown on top of a bottle...[ Click to read more ]

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Kanazawa Castle Park in Ishikawa Prefecture

Sep 13, 2011 By Ray Proper

Kanazawa Castle Kanazawa Castle is a large castle in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan that has been lovingly restored. Located adjacent...[ Click to read more ]

Utsumi Beach on the Chita Peninsula Near Nagoya

Aug 29, 2011 By Ray Proper

They say Utsumi Beach has the finest sand in the world, but probably only the Japanese say that. It is...[ Click to read more ]

Driving in Japan

Jun 20, 2011 By First Admin

Japan is a fantastically convenient country for public transport, and it is very possible to survive your whole life without...[ Click to read more ]