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Planning a Visit to Shiga Prefecture in Kansai

Oct 26, 2020 By Justin Hanus

Just to the east of Kyoto in the Kansai region is Lake Biwa — the largest lake in Japan. Surrounding...[ Click to read more ]

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Thanksgiving Dinner in Hiroshima

Oct 26, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

With Thanksgiving being very much a North American holiday, we aren't really within our rights to expect Hiroshima to celebrate...[ Click to read more ]

Miyajima – A Holy Island That’s Wholly Worth a Visit

Oct 26, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

Hiroshima Prefecture has much to offer it, from the hustle and bustle of the city, the somber and thought-provoking memorials,...[ Click to read more ]

Hisaya Odori Park – Shopping and Dining in Style at Nagoya’s Latest Attraction

Oct 26, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

A couple of years ago, there was some consternation amongst Nagoyans when the tall trees that lined Sakae's Hisaya Odori...[ Click to read more ]

Craft Beer in Tokyo and Yokohama

Oct 20, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

Japanese beer is usually thought of as just the 'big three': Asahi, Kirin, and Sapporo. While these are great when...[ Click to read more ]

Koyo, or Fall Colors in Kobe

Oct 20, 2020 By Admin

Visitors flock to Japan in the spring to see the cherry blossoms, but there’s an event that’s just as impressive...[ Click to read more ]

Thanksgiving in Kansai

Oct 18, 2020 By Justin Hanus

Thanksgiving is one of the most important annual celebrations in the USA. In recent years, partly due to the growing...[ Click to read more ]

Koyo, or Fall Colors in Tokyo

Oct 16, 2020 By Jason Gatewood

One great thing about Japan is that all four seasons' splendor can be appreciated wherever you live. And this heightened...[ Click to read more ]

Koyo, or Fall Colors in Hiroshima

Oct 15, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

The Japanese are proud of the four distinct seasons that Japan offers and is very conscious of changing the seasons...[ Click to read more ]

Koyo, or Fall Colors in Nagoya

Oct 14, 2020 By Ray Proper

The Japanese are very conscious of the seasons changing around them, often celebrating little, or not so little, milestones between...[ Click to read more ]