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Flood Hazard Map of the City of Nagoya

Sep 28, 2020 By Admin

Typhoon season in Japan runs from June to December, but most typhoon activity occurs between July and September, even into...[ Click to read more ]

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Take Your Pick! – Fruit Picking in Hiroshima

Sep 28, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

Japan has something of an obsessive penchant for fruit. More than a mere foodstuff,  fruits are considered to be a...[ Click to read more ]

Getting ‘in tents’ – Camping Around Hiroshima

Sep 28, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

Finally, the heat and humidity of the summer have dissipated, and we can all get outside and enjoy the fresh...[ Click to read more ]

Getting to know you: Azabu Juban, Tokyo

Sep 25, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

As one of the most fashionable and exclusive neighborhoods in central Tokyo, Azabu Juban is a fantastic place to live...[ Click to read more ]

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Go Potty at the Tokoname-yaki Pottery Festival

Sep 24, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

Aichi is Japan's modern-day hub of automotive manufacture. Long before that, about 800 years before Mr. Toyoda's Type G Automatic...[ Click to read more ]

Getting Away in Japan: Toyama Prefecture

Sep 24, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

While most regions of Japan seem to have their own perfect time of year to visit Toyama, the 'gateway to...[ Click to read more ]

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Top Airbnb Online Experiences in Japan

Sep 24, 2020 By Justin Hanus

Whether you’re unable to get to Japan right now, you want a taster of Japanese culture before a trip, or...[ Click to read more ]

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Harvest Time in Kansai

Sep 24, 2020 By Justin Hanus

Harvest time in autumn/fall is important across the world. Each region has different rituals associated with this time of year...[ Click to read more ]

Visiting the Oldest Mosque in Japan: Kobe Mosque

Sep 24, 2020 By Justin Hanus

At only 85 years old, Kobe Masjid (masjid means mosque) is the oldest mosque in the country. Kobe was the...[ Click to read more ]

Harry’s Sandwich Company is The Stuff Dreams are made of

Sep 24, 2020 By Jason Gatewood

There are very few foods more simple and yet more complicated than a sandwich. Whatever you can throw between two...[ Click to read more ]