6 awesome raw egg dishes in Japanese cuisine
The average Japanese person eats around 19.1 Kg of eggs per year, according to the Earth policy institute, placing it in the top 2 worldwide! The thought of ea
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The Yanaizu Municipal Saito Kiyoshi Museum is the museum dedicated to the globally acclaimed Japanese woodcut artist, Saito Kiyoshi.
Kirara Guesthouse is a family run place located on the coast of Nagasaki.
This is a transfer point for passengers going to and from Haneda International Airport and Narita International Airport.
Offering reasonably priced snacks and tobacco, this dagashiya (a store full of cheap candies for children) offers many vintage snacks and toys for people of all
Heike-no-Sato Village is a historical village located in Nikko, Tochigi.
An old-firm western bar in Utsunomiya. Many famous artists such as Mickey Curtis perform sometimes.
Coffee shop in the Imaizumi neighborhood of Fukuoka
Aneby Trimpark is a large indoor playground on Odaiba, close to the stations Aomi and Tokyo Teleport.
The bravest thing I tried!What a better way to taste sushi in Tokyo than by eating at a sushi-go-round restaurant. These conveyer belt sushi restaurants are po
In one of my first articles for Odigo, I wrote about one of my favorite restaurants in all of Japan: the Antonio Inoki Sakaba located in Shinjuku. Yes, the pla
Japan has a wide variety of accommodations that appeal to wide range of interests and budgets. There seems to be something for everybody, and it can be a bit ov
In Japan, summer time means that it is festival time. People come together to celebrate the warm weather and each other’s company. These festivals happen in eve
Photo Cred: Flickr user nakashiKonjac Ever heard of Konjac? If not, don’t be intimidated by the plant’s outer features. Simply put, Konjac is a type of yam, an
If you’ve visited Japan before you know how hot it can get and if you haven’t yet, you’ll definitely want to keep cool while visiting. Something that can help y
With beaches, lake-side temples and castles, as well as scrumptious food galore, Lake Biwa is a wonderful watery retreat within the Kansai region. With its clos
Calling all Sailor Moon fans! Have you watched the new Sailor Moon Crystal? Disproportionate limbs and tediously long transformations aside, the remake has done
Kanazawa is the perfect destination for those who love strolling through well-preserved historical districts (geisha teahouses, anyone?) and museums. While some
Oita is sometimes called the “Nara of the West”. It is located in the northeast of Kyushu and is best known for the city of Beppu which has more onsen (hot spri
Okayama prefecture is situated along the Seto inland sea across from Shikoku. Just 15 minutes outside the capital city, visitors can enjoy the preserved old can
Kyoto is a must-visit for anyone traveling to Japan. The historical city is home to iconic landmarks such as Kiyomizu Temple, Kinkaku-ji and the Fushimi-inari shrine.
Chiba Prefecture is just next door to the megalopolis of Tokyo, it's a special place with a long history. Chiba has abundant farm land, historic temples, tradit
Aomori prefecture is surrounded by the sea and boasts amazing natural beauty and opportunity for outdoor adventures. It is the home of Lake Towada, the Hakkoda
Miyagi is on the Pacific coast in the Tohoku Region. It’s castle-town capital, Sendai City, has a long history which you can experience in many interesting muse
Kagawa Prefecture is one of the four prefectures of Shikoku Island. It is currently the smallest prefecture in Japan, and is settled on the Seto Inland Sea next
Surrounded on all four sides by 3000+ meter tall mountains, Nagano prefecture is called the “Roof of Japan.” The 1998 Winter Olympics and Paralympics were hoste
Miyazaki prefecture is on the southeastern side of Kyushu and is known for its majestic mountains and rugged coastal scenery. Surfing has grown in popularity he