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The Great Hanshin/Awaji Earthquake: Kobe Remembers

Dec 21, 2015 By Justin Hanus

Japan is right at the top of the list of world countries facing the most danger from earthquakes. Geologists will...[ Click to read more ]

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Kobe’s Winter Wonderland: Mount Rokko

Dec 21, 2015 By Justin Hanus

Japan hosted the first ever Winter Olympics staged in Asia at Sapporo back in 1972, and the country has a...[ Click to read more ]

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The Entire History of the World Squeezes into Kobe City Museum

Dec 21, 2015 By Justin Hanus

In the interconnected world of the 21st century you never know where a cultural phenomenon will spring from. But one...[ Click to read more ]

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Nagashima Spa Land, Japan’s Third Biggest Attraction

Dec 16, 2015 By Mark Guthrie

The most widely known amusement parks in Japan are of course Tokyo Disney Land and the Universal Studios Japan near Osaka,...[ Click to read more ]

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Out of school activities in Tokyo

Dec 16, 2015 By Mark Guthrie

If you have Japanese friends with young families, they will probably tell you about the clubs and associations that their...[ Click to read more ]

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Nabe – Japan’s Hot Pot Cooking

Dec 10, 2015 By First Admin

There is nothing easier or more delicious in winter than a big clay pot brimming with natural ingredients. Nabe, or...[ Click to read more ]

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Aichi Children’s Center “Kids Town” at Expo Park in Nagakute

Dec 09, 2015 By Ray Proper

Aichi Children’s Center’s “Kids Town” is a wealth of things to do for cheap in Nagoya with kids! Envisioned as a...[ Click to read more ]

Getting to know you: Sakae, Nagoya

Nov 25, 2015 By Mark Guthrie

Sakae is essentially Nagoya's city center in everything but name and is one of the busiest parts of town. It is famous for...[ Click to read more ]

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