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Sake Breweries Around Nagoya

Apr 25, 2017 By Mark Guthrie

Were you to take the evidence offered up by Japanese TV, you might be fooled into believing that the Japanese drink...[ Click to read more ]

Art Exhibitions to See in Nagoya – May 2017

Apr 25, 2017 By Mark Guthrie

[caption id="attachment_32433" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Night Snow, by Utagawa Hirose[/caption] While not usually considered a cultural heartland of art, like Tokyo, there...[ Click to read more ]

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Animal Rescue Kansai (ARK)

Apr 25, 2017 By

ARK is a non-profit, non-governmental private organization with the aim of forming a network of people who love animals, believe...[ Click to read more ]

Rain, Rain Go Away: Surviving Hiroshima’s Rainy Season

Apr 24, 2017 By Jade Brischke

Rainy season is coming! For those of you new to Japan and especially those who are unfamiliar with this kind...[ Click to read more ]

Biru Stand Shigetomi: Hiroshima’s Standing Beer Bar

Apr 24, 2017 By Jade Brischke

The lack of space in Japan has resulted in the need to utilise every square metre possible and thus, to...[ Click to read more ]

Talk to the Animals at Asa Zoo in Hiroshima

Apr 24, 2017 By Jade Brischke

Hiroshima City Asa Zoological Park, better known as Asa Zoo, is the local place that families and couples go to...[ Click to read more ]

Volunteering in Tokyo

Apr 20, 2017 By Mark Guthrie

When living in a new country it can be a great thing to offer your free time to help the...[ Click to read more ]

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13th Annual Charity Soccer Tournament in Yokohama

Apr 18, 2017 By Ray Proper

Once again our annual Charity Soccer day is fast approaching, and with the current struggles we see around the world...[ Click to read more ]

Nagoya Latino American Festival in Sakae

Apr 18, 2017 By Ray Proper

Festival Latino Americano Nagoya is the place to be in Nagoya! Come to Sakae and see live Latin music, Salsa dancers,...[ Click to read more ]

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A Museum of Subterfuge – the Ninja Museum of Igaryu in Mie

Apr 17, 2017 By Justin Hanus

The existence of the Ninja Museum of Igaryu is testament to mankind's love of the subversive. Samurai warriors are the...[ Click to read more ]

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