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Kissa Saeki Hiroshima

  • Category:Gourmet
JAPAN TRAVEL
 
 Blending The Old With The New For Special Dietary Needs
In Japan, a kissaten refers to a traditional type of coffee shop that became popular in the Showa Era (1926–1989). While there are still kissaten out there, many have been replaced by more modern cafes, or chain coffee shops ...

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Hiroshima Animation Festival

  • Category:Event
JAPAN TRAVEL
One Of The Worlds Biggest Animation Festivals
Venue: JMS Aster Plaza When: Aug 20th - Aug 24th 2020, 10:00am - 5:00pm
Hiroshima Animation Festival is a biennial event that began in 1985 on the 40th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb. Under the spirit of 'Love and Peace' t...

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Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TRAVEL
Explore Various Works By Artists Connected To Yamaguchi
The Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art is located in Yamaguchi City, and has been operating since 1979.
A visit here is a great way to connect with the prefecture in a deeper way, since the majority of the works on display are ...

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Omicho Market

  • Category:Tourism
GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
 
Chow down on fresh fish at one of Japan’s liveliest seafood markets, packed with plenty of restaurants.
In operation since the mid-1700s and boasting more than 180 shops today, the Omicho Market is one of Japan’s most energetic fresh food markets. Vendors noisily shout out thei...

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Good Day Coffee

  • Category:Cafe
JAPAN TRAVEL
The Right Way To Start Out Your Morning
A good day often starts with good coffee - and Good Day Coffee in the Okinawan town of Chatan allows you to start your morning off on the right foot nice and early. Opening from 6 am, the store is inspired by Australian cafe culture which you'l...

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The Bandai Museum

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TRAVEL
A Hidden Gem For Toy Lovers
As soon as you arrive at the Bandai Museum, you enter a state of childish glee. From the parking lot, you can look through the tall glass walls and see a massive Gundam sculpture. I'm talking several stories tall here.
Bronze sculptures of Ultraman charact...

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Inishie-no-Michi in Kofu

  • Category:Shrine and Temple
JAPAN TRAVEL
Gozan temples between Takeda Shrine and Kai-Zenkoji
The meaning of 'Gozan'
During the Southern Song Dynasty in China (1127–1279), there was a system of state sponsored temples commonly called the 'Five Mountain' system. 'Five Mountains' really meant five temples (temples were very of...

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Robot Restaurant Show in Tokyo

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TRAVEL
 
Lights, Lasers And Dancing Robots Rule The Scene In The Fun-Filled Themed Restaurant 
HighlightsExperience one of Tokyo's biggest attractionsBe enthralled by a showing of robots, robot costumes, lasers and moreSpecial promotion on Robot Restaurant e-tickets
DescriptionGet ready for...

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Hakodate Ropeway

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TRAVEL
Fairytale Views By Day Or Night
Located in a Hakodate, the southern gateway to Hokkaido, there is a famous tourist spot that gathers folks from all around the world. It is Mount Hakodate, with a rope-way giving you a smooth ride to the summit.
Once you reached the summit you will be ...

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Climbing Mount Himekami

  • Category:Climbing
JAPAN TRAVEL
One Of The Top 3 Mountains Of Iwate
Mount Himekami is located about 15-20 kilometers north of Morioka and is easily accessible in about 30 minutes by car. This was my first time up there, I wonder why I waited so long to explore this great gem. It provides one of the best views aroun...

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