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Ginza Nishikawa Shokupan

  • Category:Gourmet
JAPAN TRAVEL
Specialty Shop For Your Pillowy Loaf Of Bread 
Walking away from the bustling electric district of Akihabara, I chanced upon a shop that seemed out of place with its quiet elegance. Outside, the noren or traditional shop curtains displays the words 食パン (shokupan). Intrigued and en...

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Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion)

  • Category:Tourism
GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
 
Walk The Philosopher's Path At This Kyoto Temple That Proves All That Glitters Truly Isn't Gold
 
The brother temple to Kyoto’s famous Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku-ji), the Silver Pavilion (Ginkaku-ji) doesn’t actually have any silver applied to its exterior.
It’s precisely this la...

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Yas Imagine Kaiseki

  • Category:Gourmet
JAPAN TRAVEL
A Contemporary Take On Japanese Cuisine
Sendai is really a foodie's paradise. The city claims nearly two dozen delicacies, such as its signature gyutan beef tongue, boasts delicious seafood and sushi from nearby Shiogama and Matsushima, and has a near endless variety of cuisine in it...

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Panja

  • Category:Gourmet
JAPAN TRAVEL
A Passion For Exceptional Bread And Pastries
 
Our neighbor, an American and long time resident in Japan, told us of a bread shop a good 20 minute drive from where we live. He goes out of his way to get the best bread in the area. This afternoon, we were craving a good pastry to go w...

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Earth Day Festival in Tokyo

  • Category:Festival
JAPAN TRAVEL
A Day To Feel Green  Venue: Yoyogi Park Events Square When: Apr 18 - Apr 19th 2020, 10:00am - 7:00pm
Many—if not most—Japanese may not know about this festival. Or the day that inspires it. But one mid-April weekend serves as the perfect opportunity for Earth-conscious people to conv...

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Koriyama Castle

  • Category:Tourism
GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
 
 Romance Comes Alive
 The 2020 Yamato Koriyama Castle Festival which was scheduled to take place between March 24 and April 07 has been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Koriyama Castle is an impressive location, and the castle itself isn’t even necessarily the most int...

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HOTEL MYSTAYS Kanazawa

  • Category:Other
JAPAN TRAVEL
A Feeling Of Home
Kanazawa is an incredible city vibrant with culture and life. Much like the nearby Kansai region cities, Kanazawa has many physical reminders of Japan’s past and more traditional elements with temples, entire districts untouched by the war with their classic archite...

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Secret Sake for English Speakers

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TRAVEL
Great Sake, Great Food And Great Conversation
Sake is one of the symbols of Japan. It is also one of the many reasons why visitors come from around the world to visit. Despite its popularity, though, there aren't all that many places that can offer great sake in English but if you ar...

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Tainai Meguri

  • Category:Shrine and Temple
GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
The Famous Kiyomizudera Temple’s Secret Venue
Kiyomizudera is one of the must-see sites in Japan. What separates this temple from the many others in Kyoto are that there are so many amazing sights to see: from the temple itself to the Moon Garden and the 11-armed Kannon Bodhisatt...

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Grantia Hanyu Spa Resort

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TRAVEL
Experience The Best Resort And Spa In Hanyu, Saitama
Nothing beats the experience of staying at a spa resort. The warm smiles and helpful staff, convenient amenities, delicious and fresh breakfast dishes, but of course, the highlight is the natural hot springs. At this spa resort, yo...

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