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Move Over Cherry Blossom Trees, There’s a New Flower Causing A Lot of Buzz in Japan

Take that picture perfect shot in a sea of blue nemophila flowers at the Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki prefecture.

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Tokyo Creative’s First Company Retreat in Ibaraki

For our very first Tokyo Creative company retreat, we invited our Tokyo Creative influencers and friends to join us for a bus tour in Ibaraki hopping around some unknown sakura cherry blossom spots.

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Ibaraki Food Guide

Hitachi BeefIbaraki is known for its delicious beef, including Hitachi Beef, a brand of high-quality meat that is considered to be one of Japan’s best wagyu (Ja

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Ibaraki Access Guide

Photo Cred: Flickr user 雷太Because of its relative closeness to Tokyo and the surrounding metropolitan area, Ibaraki prefecture is very easy to get around. Be i

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Ibaraki 2-day-tour Itinerary

Day 1 From Mito Station, take the Joban Line train to Katsuta Station, and take a bus to the Seaside Park bus station to visit the Hitachi Seaside Park. Here yo

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The Best Times to Visit Ibaraki

Ibaraki is known for being a quiet natural retreat that is also conveniently located near the metropolitan area. Because of its beautiful nature, as well as its

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Ibaraki For The First Time

So you want to travel to Ibaraki? Have no idea where to go? No problem. Here are some recommendations for where you can go for your first time! Fukuroda FallsFu

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10 top spots in Ibaraki prefecture

Ibaraki prefecture is one of the neighboring prefectures east of Tokyo and belongs to the Kanto area.  The prefecture borders Chiba and Saitama Prefectures in t

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Touring Japan: My Autumn Love Affair

By Chiara Terzuolo The sticker on my chest concerns me, the bright yellow and designated number making me feel like I have been tagged. In all

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Life in rural Japan: Getting my hands dirty in Ibaraki

By Matthew Ketchum Silver Week 2015 – Right on the heels of a frenetic evening full of blast beats, overdriven guitars, shrieks, and those rev