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The Highlights of AEON MALL Kobe Kita

Feb 24, 2023 By Justin Hanus

Kobe is a top destination for shopping due to the several large malls around the city. Although the best-known is...[ Click to read more ]

Top Hanami Sites in Kumamoto

Feb 24, 2023 By Justin Hanus

With spring approaching fast, people's attention starts to Japan's Hanami season. Hanami means "flower viewing," and it's the annual period...[ Click to read more ]

How to Start Your Own Business in Kansai

Feb 24, 2023 By Justin Hanus

Self-employment is a fantastic way of earning money while at the same time engaging in a pursuit you like and...[ Click to read more ]

White Day in Japan – Chocolate, Love and Obligation

Feb 23, 2023 By

In Japan, the "Craziness of Valentine's Day" falls mainly on women. In fact, unlike most countries of which I am...[ Click to read more ]

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Sports Classes in Kumamoto

Feb 22, 2023 By Justin Hanus

Looking to participate in some sporting pursuits in Kumamoto? You can find plenty of municipal and private gyms and sports...[ Click to read more ]

Traveling by Bus on a Budget from Hiroshima

Feb 22, 2023 By Justin Hanus

In addition to sites within the city itself, there’s plenty to explore around Hiroshima. A convenient and cost-effective way to...[ Click to read more ]

Top Things to Do in Aso, Kumamoto

Feb 22, 2023 By Justin Hanus

Best known for being the largest inhabited caldera in the world, Aso in Kumamoto has plenty to offer. It offers...[ Click to read more ]

What Cultural Activities Can You Try at Hiroshima’s Fukuju Kaikan?

Feb 22, 2023 By Justin Hanus

One of the main tourist sites of Hiroshima prefecture is Fukuyama Castle. Construction of the original building began in 1619,...[ Click to read more ]

Top Five Hanami Sites Near Nagoya

Feb 22, 2023 By Ray Proper

"Hanami" literally means flower viewing, but it is much more than that to Japan's people. Hanami signals the end of...[ Click to read more ]

Top Hanami Sites Near Kobe

Feb 20, 2023 By Justin Hanus

Spring is just around the corner, which means Hanami time is here again for many Japanese residents. Hanami means "flower...[ Click to read more ]

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