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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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Article by Liz Avocado

Ride a Pirate Ship in Japan

A pirate ship in Japan? Yes, they exist.Pirate ship ready to embark You are probably visiting Japan with plans to stay in Tokyo, but Japan has much more to offe

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2025 Osaka World Expo Announced

Osaka has taken first place in winning the rights to host the 2025 World Expo in Paris on Friday, successfully beating out Russia in the bid. Upon announcement, national celebration erupted, with many excited to show the world more of what Japan has to offer!

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Tokyo's Yayoi Kusama Voted Best Experience in the World

Time Out has just released a global “To Do List” of the top 50 experiences that a traveller MUST visit and the number one most recommended attraction in the world was awarded at our home in Tokyo: Yayoi Kusama Museum in Tokyo.

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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 Kurt Anderson

Ultimate Guide to Traveling in Nagasaki

Nagasaki has to be one of the most unique and culturally significant cities in all of Japan. Did you know that it is one of the only cities in Japan not to have

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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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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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Rakuten Cafe (Shibuya)

Run by Rakuten, an Internet service company, Rakuten Cafe offers free WiFi and the most popular items on their online marketplace "Rakuten Ichiba".

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Komatsu-ya

This family-run tofu shop serves a variety of freshly made tofu cooked using different methods, along with other small homemade dishes.

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Tsurutontan Udon

Tsurutontan Udon is a popular chain of udon restaurants in Asia.

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The Champagne Bar at ANA InterContinental Hotel

Elegant champagne bar with a large selection of champagne and cocktails accompanied with live music.

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Teddy's Bigger Burgers

Teddy's Bigger Burgers is a popular restaurant in Harajuku serving a variety of Hawaiian style food and beverages.

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Sight in Hiroshima

Onomichi U2

This bike-themed industrial warehouse-style complex houses numerous businesses including a bike rental shop (Giant Store); cyclist-friendly hotel (Hotel Cycle);

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Izumi

Izumi is a sushi and fresh fish restaurant near Azabujuban station.

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Sight in Saitama

Kashiya Yokocho (Penny Candy Lane)

There are about 20 candy shops along the stone-paved Kashiya Yokocho (Penny Candy Lane) selling candy, rice crackers, dango dumplings, ice cream and other taste

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釜茹・唐揚 かに地獄 新橋店 (餐厅)

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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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Sight in Ehime

Nikitatsu Brewery

Founded in 1895, the Nikitatsu Brewery currently services as the single sake brewery in the Dougo area and produces a nation-wide recognized sake called “Nikitatsu”, which has drawn in tourists from all around the world for more than 100 years.

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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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Article by Odigo Travel

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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Article by Odigo Travel

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.

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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.