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Sports Facilities in Hiroshima

Sep 28, 2023 By Justin Hanus

If you're a sports or keep fit enthusiast moving to the Hiroshima area, you'll be pleased to hear there are...[ Click to read more ]

Expat Community Support in Kumamoto

Sep 28, 2023 By Justin Hanus

Finding your feet when you relocate to a new country or area can take a while. What are the registration...[ Click to read more ]

Halloween in Kumamoto

Sep 28, 2023 By Justin Hanus

Halloween isn't as big a deal in Japan as it is in the US, so you won't see places filled...[ Click to read more ]

Best Gyms in Kobe

Sep 28, 2023 By Justin Hanus

Whether living in Kobe or spending some time in the city, you may want to hit the gym at some...[ Click to read more ]

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Odakyu’s Romancecar Museum

Sep 27, 2023 By Michael Stigall

It's an open secret that one of the reasons I enjoy living in Japan is that public transportation is held...[ Click to read more ]

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Tokyo’s Best Mexican Food

Sep 27, 2023 By Michael Stigall

Tokyo is the "World's Greatest Food City," and at last count, home to over 200 Michelin-starred restaurants. More than ramen,...[ Click to read more ]

Volunteering in the Tokyo Area

Sep 27, 2023 By Michael Stigall

When living in a new country, offering your free time to help the local community can be a great thing....[ Click to read more ]

Going up in Smoke – Cigars in Nagoya

Sep 27, 2023 By Bert Wishart

Depending on which side of the divide you fall, you probably thought that the Japanese government's 2020 decision to ban...[ Click to read more ]

Under the Bridge; Enjoy Nagoya’s Nayabashi Night Market

Sep 27, 2023 By Bert Wishart

While I absolutely love living in Nagoya, one thing frustrates me about this fair city. No, it's not that it...[ Click to read more ]

Visit a Weird, Whimsical, and Wonderful World at Ghibli Park

Sep 27, 2023 By Bert Wishart

Can you feel it in the air? The magic, the supernatural, the sense of wonder, and childish glee. No, it's...[ Click to read more ]