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Benzaiten – Japanese Sweets to ‘Dai’ For in Nagoya

Aug 24, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

I'm a great fan of desserts that do precisely what their name suggests. You've got a Tiramisu, which is a...[ Click to read more ]

Seoul Food – Hiroshima’s Korean Restaurants

Aug 24, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

There is no doubt that, living here in Japan, we are spoiled to have on our doorstep some of the...[ Click to read more ]

Getting to Know You: Nagoya’s Global Gate and Sasashima

Aug 24, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

Nagoya has blown up in recent years. This expansion is no more evident than in the areas around Nagoya Station,...[ Click to read more ]

Autumn Activities in Kobe

Aug 20, 2020 By Justin Hanus

There’s always something interesting going on in Kobe, and autumn is no exception! Autumn is one of the most popular...[ Click to read more ]

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Water Sports in Kansai

Aug 20, 2020 By Justin Hanus

Are you looking for a chance to try your hand at some water-based activities in the Kansai region? You can...[ Click to read more ]

Great Literature Set in Kansai

Aug 20, 2020 By Justin Hanus

Japan has a rich history when it comes to literature, both in terms of producing great writers and being the...[ Click to read more ]

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Craft Beer Pubs in Nagoya

Aug 16, 2020 By Mark Guthrie

and minimalist. There are many things tasty about Japan. In Nagoya alone, we have spicy tebasaki, rich miso, and crispy...[ Click to read more ]

Mt Misen – A Pilgrimage Hike in Hiroshima

Jul 31, 2020 By Hugh Cann

As mentioned in earlier posts, there are more hiking experiences in Hiroshima than one might immediately expect. One of the...[ Click to read more ]

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Walk with the Animals, Talk with the Animals…

Jul 31, 2020 By Hugh Cann

Look I’m just going to say it. I’m not a fan of zoos and my first visit to Japan and...[ Click to read more ]