H&R Group Blog

Tokyo Veggie Food Festa and Vegetarian Restaurants

Sep 07, 2016 By Mark Guthrie

As you are no doubt well aware, Japanese food rates among the best in the world. However, if you are vegetarian,...[ Click to read more ]

The ‘purrfect’ place for coffee in Hiroshima

Aug 25, 2016 By Jade Brischke

As with every city (or even town) in Japan, the fascination with both coffee and animals has resulted in the...[ Click to read more ]

PASPY vs ICOCA: IC Cards in Hiroshima

Aug 25, 2016 By Jade Brischke

When people mention Japan, one of the first things they think of is the fast and efficient means of transportation...[ Click to read more ]

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Aichi Vision International Film, Music and Arts Charity Festival

Aug 24, 2016 By Ray Proper

Aichi Vision International Film, Music and Arts Charity Festival is an arts based charity event in its 8th year and a...[ Click to read more ]

Make friends at Japanese cultural classes in Nagoya

Aug 22, 2016 By Mark Guthrie

Being relocated to a new country can be an amazing experience, though one not without its difficulties. One of the greatest...[ Click to read more ]

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Big Traffic Brother Is Watching You

Aug 21, 2016 By Justin Hanus

In many places the eternal battle between motorist and traffic cop is carried on like a game of cat and...[ Click to read more ]

Pay a Visit to Kobe’s Anpanman Children’s Museum and Mall

Aug 20, 2016 By Justin Hanus

Looking for some entertainment the whole family can enjoy? Well, your kids will likely enjoy it more, but who doesn’t...[ Click to read more ]

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It’s All Happening at the Tennoji Zoo – At Night

Aug 20, 2016 By Justin Hanus

We have all gone to a zoo on a summer day and seen the animals snoozing or lying around doing...[ Click to read more ]

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My favorite day trip from Hiroshima: Onomichi

Aug 19, 2016 By Jade Brischke

My very first day trip outside of Hiroshima was to the port city of Onomichi, located approximately an hour and...[ Click to read more ]

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