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Winter Fun In and Around Hiroshima

Dec 27, 2021 By Michael Stigall

Wintertime in Hiroshima means many things to many people. To some people, it means oysters, mikan, and nihonshu. These are...[ Click to read more ]

Import Stores in Hiroshima: Your Home Away From Home

Dec 27, 2021 By Michael Stigall

People who come to Japan can be divided into three types when it comes to food. The first type is...[ Click to read more ]

Tondo Festivals in Hiroshima in 2022

Dec 27, 2021 By Michael Stigall

Once you get through the usual New Year's activities, there is one last thing to enjoy called the Tondo festival....[ Click to read more ]

Nagoya is not boring! Discover Nagoya’s Best Tour Company

Dec 27, 2021 By Bert Wishart

Known primarily for its manufacturing, its central location, and its busy transport hub, Nagoya has a rep for being a...[ Click to read more ]

Winter Sports in Kobe

Dec 27, 2021 By Justin Hanus

Fancy putting on a pair of skis or skates and indulging in a spot of winter sports? With plenty of...[ Click to read more ]

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Where to Learn About Japanese History in Kansai

Dec 27, 2021 By Justin Hanus

Japan is rich in history, with civilizations stretching back to prehistoric times and classical Japanese history beginning around the 6th...[ Click to read more ]

Festivals to Look Forward to in 2022 in Kobe

Dec 27, 2021 By Justin Hanus

Annual festivals and events have taken a hit in the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Things are...[ Click to read more ]

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Round One Spocha is the Mother of all Game Centers

Dec 26, 2021 By Jason Gatewood

What place in Japan has a gazillion flashy lights, dazzling video screens, ear-busting loud noises and is teeming with people...[ Click to read more ]

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Furusato Matsuri Tokyo 2022

Dec 25, 2021 By Jason Gatewood

Like food? Silly question, right, of course you like food! If you are looking for the opportunity to sample dishes...[ Click to read more ]

Hatsumode in Tokyo – Shrines to Visit for New Years

Dec 24, 2021 By Bert Wishart

In Japan, celebrating New Year is all about 'firsts.' Perhaps the most important 'first' is the first trip to a...[ Click to read more ]