Nagoya City

Taiwan Ramen – Famous Nagoya Meibutsu

Nov 28, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

Nagoya's cuisine is pretty different from traditional Japanese fare. While most of the best known Japanese dishes are famed for their subtlety, their delicateness, and their graceful tastes, with its spicy...[ Click to read more ]

Santa and Friends Nagoya -Caring for Nagoya’s Orphans

Nov 25, 2018 By Ray Proper

[spacer height="10px"] Santa and Friends Nagoya has been caring for Nagoya's orphans, and providing an opportunity for people to participate in volunteer activities and make friends in Nagoya for 9...[ Click to read more ]

Hatsumode in Nagoya – Shrines to Visit for New Years

Nov 24, 2018 By First Admin

Oshogatsu, or New Years, is  the most important holiday in Japan. Businesses shut down January 1 to January 3, families gather to spend time together.  The New Year Lottery numbers have been...[ Click to read more ]

Buying a Christmas Tree in Nagoya 2018

Nov 21, 2018 By Ray Proper

If you are in the market for a Christmas Tree to liven up your holiday season you with trim and presents, you are in luck. Stocks are very limited so, don't delay! ...[ Click to read more ]

Holiday Dining Options in Nagoya

Nov 21, 2018 By Ray Proper

Nagoya has very good food, and there are a lot of options available to you on a day to day basis.  At holiday time however, you may need some hints...[ Click to read more ]

Scouting in Nagoya

Oct 28, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

When Lord Baden Powell published the first edition of 'Scouting for Boys', a guidebook of survival techniques he learned during the Second Boer War and adapted for Britain's youth he sparked a...[ Click to read more ]

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Shinkansen

Get the Seishun 18 Kippu and See Japan on the Cheap!

Oct 26, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

If there is one thing that Japan does well it is train travel. While the locals take it for granted that trains will be clean, safe and punctual, many of...[ Click to read more ]

Castles in and Around Nagoya

Oct 24, 2018 By Mark Guthrie

[caption id="attachment_31317" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Inuyama Castle[/caption] When it comes to reputation for historical importance, Nagoya and Aichi are often unfairly maligned when compared to other Japanese cities such as Osaka,...[ Click to read more ]

KPB Theatre Nagoya’s Production of Gerry in The Attic

Oct 22, 2018 By Ray Proper

KPB Theatre Presents Gerry in The Attic THINK OF THE POSSIBILITIES... Set in the English countryside, the residents of the Meadowlark Retirement Home plot to take their beloved Gerry, recently deceased,...[ Click to read more ]

Korankei Gorge Fall Colors

Koyo, or Fall Colors in Nagoya

Oct 21, 2018 By Ray Proper

The Japanese are very conscience of the seasons changing around them, often celebrating little, or not so little, milestones between each to mark the transitions between their much touted "4 distinct...[ Click to read more ]