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Yamathon – Walking Around Tokyo, Saving Lives

Mar 20, 2019 By Mark Guthrie

The Yamathon is a fundraising challenge where teams of three or four people compete to walk or run through Tokyo...[ Click to read more ]

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Going cashless in Japan

Feb 28, 2019 By Jason Gatewood

Almost 20 years ago in order to prepare for my first trip to Japan I was advised by my travel...[ Click to read more ]

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How to use Public Sports Facilities in Tokyo

Feb 28, 2019 By Jason Gatewood

Staying in shape in a big city like Tokyo can be a chore sometimes; I myself am a big fan...[ Click to read more ]

How to Ride a Motorcycle Legally in Japan

Feb 28, 2019 By Jason Gatewood

If you’re living in one of the many urban areas in Japan, chances are you may choose to live car-free...[ Click to read more ]

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Parks and Green Areas in Aichi

Feb 27, 2019 By Admin

Feeling the need to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city? Refer to the map below to discover...[ Click to read more ]

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Ankake Spaghetti, Nagoya’s Italian Treat

Feb 27, 2019 By Mark Guthrie

From soba to ramen, udon to somen, hiyamugi to shirataki, Japanese cuisine is blessed with a wide variety of of...[ Click to read more ]

Do You Know Nags? Nagoya’s Hidden Gems – Part 3

Feb 27, 2019 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 ]

Must See Shrines and Temples of Nagoya

Feb 26, 2019 By Mark Guthrie

Japan is served by two predominant religions: Shinto and Buddhism. Shinto is a form of ancestor worship and is the...[ Click to read more ]