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Michelin Announces Over 170 Restaurants in their First Ever 2019 Aichi-Gifu-Mie Japan Guide

Who received the coveted three star status? We also share with you some bang for your buck meals you can't miss out on in Aichi, Gifu and Mie prefecture.

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The “Hippest” Buddha Statue Everyone Is Wanting to Get a Shot of 📸

He's called "Daibutsu with sunglasses" and you'll know why. 😎

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Confectionery, Fuji Cycling and a Digital Assistant Wife : This Week in Japan

19% increase on Japanese Food purchases by International tourists Alright guys, chill on those sake-flavoured Kit Kats because too many of you guys are dropping

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City of Surprises, Kiyosu

After visiting Nagoya Castle I set off to Kiyosu, a town next to Nagoya which has… another castle. My first few days of the trip were dedicated to intense castl

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Day trip to Inuyama

Earlier this year I did a day trip to Inuyama from Nagoya. Everyone on the train got off at Inuyama station, so I was alone for the next few minutes until Inuya

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Express Visit to Okazaki

Okazaki is a small city, often over-shadowed by nearby Nagoya, but it’s where Tokugawa Ieyasu (the shogun and one of the most important figures of Japanese hist

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A visit to Toyota's Car Factory

When I heard they not only offered tours around Toyota's factory, but free tours, I knew I had to find some time for it on my trip to Japan. And so I did! I did

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[Food Review] My Sashimi and Nabe experience in Nagoya

Hi guys, it's Christine Doan here. Today I'm gonna share with you the first time I have ever eaten the real Sashimi and Nabe "made in Japan". This is actually a

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[Food Review] Unagi (eel rice) at Hanaoka Restaurant, Nagoya

Hi guys, this is Christine Doan and this is my first essay on Odigo. Today I'm gonna review one of the most well-known Japanese dishes beside sushi and sashimi,

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5 Japanese Foods You Didn't Know Existed in Aichi (Nagoya)

Even though Japan is a relatively small island, each area has something unique about it. Often times it is FOOD--whether it be a special flavor, twist on classi

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Sekigahara: A Battlefield Guide. History, sites and getting around

Fair warning, this is a post all about history! The Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 was a big battle that decided Tokugawa's soon-to-be position as the shogun of J