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Celebrating the Japanese Culture of Wood at the Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum in Kobe

Oct 27, 2017 By Justin Hanus

Around the world traditional Japanese carpentry and craftsmanship is revered for its precision and quality. In 1984 the Takenaka Corporation,...[ Click to read more ]

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Fratelli Paradiso: Great Italian Food in Omotesando Hills

Oct 27, 2017 By Admin

In 2001 'Fratelli Paradiso opened the doors to in Potts Point, Sydney Australia, where it is a the staple of the...[ Click to read more ]

Fly away with me… to Hiroshima Airport

Oct 23, 2017 By Admin

Like most airports in Japan, Hiroshima Airport is no different in that it’s located in the middle of nowhere. Unlike...[ Click to read more ]

Put a Spring in your step with Spring Japan Airlines!

Oct 18, 2017 By Jade Brischke

Living in Hiroshima is great most of the time: the people are friendly the living cost is cheaper than a...[ Click to read more ]

Falling for Shukkeien Garden: Autumn in Hiroshima City

Oct 16, 2017 By Jade Brischke

If you haven’t been to Shukkeien Garden in central Hiroshima City then do yourself a favour and go during autumn....[ Click to read more ]

Koyo, or Fall Colors in Japan

Oct 15, 2017 By Ray Proper

  [caption id="attachment_851" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Korankei Gorge near Toyota City, Aichi[/caption] Viewing the changing colors of fall leaves or foliage, called koyo in...[ Click to read more ]

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Kobe Nunobiki Herb Gardens is a Celebration of Herbs and More

Sep 14, 2017 By Justin Hanus

Herbs have a hallowed and honored position in Japanese culture dating back hundreds and hundreds of years. Chinese herbs first...[ Click to read more ]

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All Aboard! Cruising in Kobe Harbor

Sep 14, 2017 By Justin Hanus

Kobe is Japan's fifth largest city and one of the best ways to appreciate its size and importance is to...[ Click to read more ]

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