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Nagoya’s Magical Firefly Festivals

May 07, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

With the rainy season fast approaching and the humidity ramping up like an overly-confident Evil Knievel, June is perhaps one...[ Click to read more ]

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Thai Festival in Nagoya’s Hisayaodori Park

May 01, 2018 By Ray Proper

The annual Thai Festival in is an extremely popular early summer event in Nagoya.  Held at Hisayaodori Park, rain or shine,...[ Click to read more ]

Tokyo Sea Life Park Aquarium

Apr 27, 2018 By Admin

Tokyo Sea Life Park  is an aquarium featuring over 600 species of rare marine life from around the world.  The...[ Click to read more ]

Get Rid Of Your International Coin Collection Once And For All

Apr 26, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

Like any other expat living here in Japan, I’ve taken to using the proximity to the rest of Asia along...[ Click to read more ]

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Tokyo Midtown Hibiya: Upscale shopping at the Emperor’s front door

Apr 26, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

Tokyo’s Hibiya district is known mostly for its namesake park right next to the Imperial Palace grounds, and being home...[ Click to read more ]

Tokyo Java: Why Are Indie Coffee Shops Opening All Over The Metropolis?

Apr 26, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

We’ll forgive you for thinking Japan was all about the green tea if you’ve never been here before. Of course...[ Click to read more ]

Hakone and The Old Tokaido Road

Apr 26, 2018 By Jason Gatewood

Hakone is usually more synonymous with skiing or being a jumping off point for tours to Mt. Fuji but it’s...[ Click to read more ]

English Speaking Hairdressers in Nagoya

Apr 25, 2018 By Oshima

If you are looking for an English speaking stylist in Nagoya, you have options. London or New York, great options...[ Click to read more ]

Must-Do Activities to Live the Japanese Experience

Apr 25, 2018 By Justin Hanus

The best way to learn about any culture is to immerse yourself in it. For one thing, this involves participating...[ Click to read more ]

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