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Top Tips for Traveling Around Japan

Mar 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

As Japan has so much to offer, it’s worth taking a trip to see different parts of the country. If...[ Click to read more ]

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8 Most Popular Hiking Tours in the Kansai Region

Mar 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

One of the best ways to enjoy a new place is to walk around and visit the attractions. But if...[ Click to read more ]

5 Most Popular Festivals to Check Out in the Kansai Region

Mar 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

There’s always a famous festival in every country that draws pilgrims, tourists, the one-time visitors and even locals. There’s that...[ Click to read more ]

8 Most Popular Antique Shops in Kobe

Mar 23, 2018 By Justin Hanus

There are a lot of people who have a penchant for antiques or just about anything old that can be...[ Click to read more ]

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New Japanese Sports for 2020 Olympics

Mar 22, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

[caption id="attachment_34896" align="aligncenter" width="650"] An Olympic athlete waits at a starting line[/caption] The committee in charge of sports nomination for...[ Click to read more ]

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Getting Hot Under the Collar at Tejikara Fire Festival

Mar 22, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

I sometimes worry about the Japanese and their propensity for dangerous festivals. With logs hurtling down hills, submergence in icy...[ Click to read more ]

Inuyama Festival Near Nagoya

Mar 21, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

Not content with being the site of Japan's oldest (and arguably most elegant) castle, or being a staggeringly beautiful city,...[ Click to read more ]

Kobayashi Otolaryngology, Nagoya, Tenpaku

Mar 08, 2018 By Oshima

Kobayashi Otolaryngology(こばやし耳鼻科) Branches of medicine:  Otolaryngology Address: 1-1510 Iguchi, Tenpaku-ku, Nagoya Aichi 468-0052 Telephone:  052-804-8833 Website: http://www.koba-orl.com Office Hour:    Mon...[ Click to read more ]

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Sake’ing it to ya, at the Nayabashi Sake Festival in Ngaoya

Feb 26, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

Forget Asahi, Kirin or Strong Zero, there can be no doubt that the national drink of Japan is sake. ‘Nihonshu’,...[ Click to read more ]

Hiroshima’s Shukkei-en, A Landscape in Miniature

Feb 26, 2018 By Matt Mangham

Sometimes you just need to get out of the city for a little while, and sometimes you can’t. In Hiroshima,...[ Click to read more ]