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5 spots you must see in Monobegawa, Kochi Prefecture

Stray away from the hype of Tokyo and check out the hidden gems of the Kochi Prefecture.

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Meguro Sanma Festival

Meguro Sanma Festival, held every September at the Meguro Ekimae shopping street, provides fresh grilled "sanma" (saury) to visitors for free.

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How to Enjoy Japan's Drinking Culture if You Don't Drink

Japan has a fun and unique drinking culture, in part because it allows the normally reserved, conservative Japanese to let their hair down, take off their ties

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Top 5 Things To Do In Tokamachi: Japan’s Hidden Kimono City in Niigata Prefecture

When the word “kimono” comes up in conversation, many will immediately think of Japan and more specifically, Kyoto. And if that person knows alot ab

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Article by Simon Happy

Snow monkeys - Japanese rarity

One of the rarities Japan can boast with is “snow monkeys” living in Nagano prefecture. The monkeys are Japanese macaques, a species vernacular to Japanese moun

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5 ways to embrace Japan's snow season

Now that November is here in Japan, it's just a matter of time before snow starts dumping on many parts of the country - in some spots it has already begun! If

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Sight in Hokkaido

Sapporo Tram Line

This is the first stop of the Sapporo Tram Line, which runs all the way to Susukino.

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Sight in Hokkaido

Sapporo Snow Festival

This festival, held every February, displays ice and snow statues in the city center of Sapporo. About 2 million visitors from all over the world attend this wi

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Takadanobaba Mikado Arcade

Located in Tokyo's student village of Takadanobaba, this gaming arcade is stocked with vintage gaming machines from the 1980s and 1990s.

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Ra.a.g.f Rabbit Cafe (Harajuku)

Ra.a.g.f (read "Raf") is a place in Harajuku where you can play with and feed rabbits and even buy them, if you get along well.

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Peanuts Cafe

Peanuts Cafe is a Snoopy-themed cafe located in Aobadai.

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Sight in Kanagawa

Kaizo-ji Temple

Kaizo-ji Temple is one of Zen temple in Kamakura area, and famous as a temple of flower and water.

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Sight in Nagano

Kamikochi

Situated in Nagano prefecture and completely surrounded by nature, this area is commonly visited by avid hikers and nature enthusiasts. The area is known for it

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Sight in Fukuoka

Shin Shin Ramen (Hakata Station)

Convenient outpost of one of Fukuoka's best-known ramen shops selling signature tonkotsu ramen.

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Sight in Tokyo

Gundam Front Tokyo

Gundam Front Tokyo is an anime theme shop and theme park located inside Diver City Mall in Odaiba. Just outside is a life-sized Gundam statue that has daily sho

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Sight in Tokyo

Tokyo Tower

Located in central Tokyo, the 333m-high Tokyo Tower was built in 1958 and provides a great bird’s eye view of Tokyo, Mt Fuji, and its sky-soaring counterpart, t

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Toyosu Fish Market

Previously known as the Tsukiji Fish Market, Toyosu Fish Market is now the world’s largest wholesale fish market, which houses a daily tuna auction at the wholesale section. The famed Tsukiji Fish Market restaurants stalls are now at Toyosu, which is a great place where you can eat the freshest seafood rice bowls, ramen, and other local delights.

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Tenipuristo

Great news for The Prince of Tennis fans! The decade-long animation series has finally opened an official store at Shinjuku's Marius Annex.

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Sight in Kagoshima

Kagoshima Fish Market

Opened in 1953, The Kagoshima Fish Market has all the ambiance of Tsukiji in its heyday and provides visitors with a unique insight into the industry.

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Your Unlimited Rail Pass to Nagano, Kanazawa and beyond!

Unlimited rail pass opens up a world of culture and gastronomy in Nagano, Kanazawa, and beyond! Join us as we venture on this historic path, past Karuizawa to Nagano, where our first stop is the samurai town of Matsushiro.

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New Japanese-Foreigner Visa announced

We all know that gaining residency in Japan has always been quite difficult, but this week the Japanese government has passed a new law that allows more than 345,000 low-skilled workers into the country for the first five years with hopes to help the labor shortages in Japan.

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10 Most Beautiful Japanese Cities, voted by Japanese people

To get the full local-Japanese experience on your next trip to Japan, a survey of Japanese locals gave us the top 10 cities to visit in Japan!

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Article by Ian Rudd

Visit an Authentic Japanese Fish Market Before it's Too Late

The Kagoshima Fish Market has all the ambiance of Tsukiji in its heyday and thanks to a group of local hotel owners, you can now get a private tour.

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Ehime: inspiration to Spirited Away's Onsen

Taking over the northwest quarter of Shikoku Island and many smaller islands in the Seto Inland Sea, Ehime Prefecture inspired Ghibli's Spirited Away film and also grows Japan's best mandarins!

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The Man Himself, Sakamoto Ryoma

Whether you’re a modern Japanese history buff or just want to learn more about the man known by all Japanese people, here are some facts about one of out favorite historical figures: Sakamoto Ryoma.