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Aichi Nagoya Yuki Festival

Dec 20, 2016 By

The Aichi Nagoya Snow Festival is 2000 tons of snow imported from Nagano and Gifu on an annual basis for...[ Click to read more ]

Viewing the Magical Diamond Fuji

Dec 15, 2016 By Mark Guthrie

Diamond Fuji is a twice annually phenomenon during which the sunrise and sunset aligns perfectly with Mount Fuji’s summit, looking...[ Click to read more ]

Japan’s Winter Food

Dec 14, 2016 By Mark Guthrie

[caption id="attachment_31602" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Oden, a Japanese winter favorite[/caption] As a Brit, I am used to winters being cold, wet...[ Click to read more ]

Family Winter Sports Guide to Tokyo and Yokohama

Dec 14, 2016 By Ray Proper

Besides skiing and snowboarding, there are a variety of family  friendly options to get outside and active this winter.  From...[ Click to read more ]

Milk, Milk, Milk – Buying Milk in Japan

Dec 07, 2016 By First Admin

Of course finding what you like is a matter of buy and try, but there are a few words that...[ Click to read more ]

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The last of Hiroshima`s Autumn Leaves

Nov 28, 2016 By Jade Brischke

As all the locals and expats know, Hiroshima is beautiful in all seasons, but it is especially beautiful in autumn....[ Click to read more ]

Holiday Dining Options in Kobe

Nov 28, 2016 By Justin Hanus

The holidays are full of symbolism and tradition that fill us with warm memories and nostalgic sentiments. Though Christmas tends...[ Click to read more ]

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Ramen 101: How and What to Order

Nov 28, 2016 By Justin Hanus

Oh the weather outside might be frightful, but a warm bowl of ramen is so delightful. With Japanese winter in...[ Click to read more ]

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Nakanoshima River Cruise in Osaka

Nov 28, 2016 By Justin Hanus

Located between the Dojima and Tosabori rivers, the island of Nakanoshima is a gorgeous sight to behold any time of...[ Click to read more ]

Brewery Tours in Nagoya

Nov 22, 2016 By Mark Guthrie

When it comes to alcoholic beverages, the Japanese are most proud of their sake and rightly so. However, while sake...[ Click to read more ]

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