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How to Bitcoin in Japan

Dec 26, 2017 By Jason Gatewood

No doubt you've heard of the digital currency Bitcoin in the past few months thanks in part to its meteoric...[ Click to read more ]

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Nakano Broadway: Tokyo’s “other Akihabara”

Dec 26, 2017 By Jason Gatewood

No matter how you slice it, Tokyo's modern image is the stuff of cyberpunk dreams. We are the city of...[ Click to read more ]

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Shopping via Remailing Services to Japan

Dec 26, 2017 By Jason Gatewood

No matter how cosmopolitan Japan gets, there will always be that one item that's impossible to find from back home....[ Click to read more ]

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Dezome-shiki Fire Fighter Review

Dec 25, 2017 By Mark Guthrie

There are very few professions for which ‘death defying’ is par for the course, but it is safe to say...[ Click to read more ]

Frozen Fun in Hiroshima

Dec 24, 2017 By Justin Hanus

For many people, wintertime in Hiroshima means oysters and nihonshu. While these are great winter indulgences, there are many other...[ Click to read more ]

Organic and Vegetarian Restaurants and Shops in Nagoya

Dec 22, 2017 By Admin

Find organic and vegetarian restaurants and shops in Nagoya Vegetarian Shops and Restaurants  Shunrakuzen (shop) Hours: Shop/ 10:00~20:00 Restaurant/ 11:00~15:00 LO 14:00 Address...[ Click to read more ]

Vegan Food in Kobe

Dec 22, 2017 By Justin Hanus

New year, new game. So how about heading into it with some healthy food by trying some great vegetarian and...[ Click to read more ]

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Etiquette for Staying in a Ryokan

Dec 22, 2017 By Justin Hanus

A ryokan is a Japanese inn — although the word “inn” doesn’t do it justice. This traditional form of accommodation...[ Click to read more ]

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Studying and Working in Kobe: What to Expect

Dec 22, 2017 By Justin Hanus

Kobe is one of the largest cities in Japan and it is the capital of the Hyôgo Prefecture. Several companies...[ Click to read more ]

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Tondo Festivals in Hiroshima 2017

Dec 22, 2017 By Matt Mangham

Across Hiroshima Prefecture, early to mid-January involves one final, festive bit of housekeeping with regard to the year just passed....[ Click to read more ]