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Nishi Izu Skyline

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Exploring The Best Cycle Road In Izu By E-Bike 
 The Nishi Izu Skyline has been dubbed the best cycle road in Izu, but because this route will afford you incomparable views of iconic Mt. Fuji over Suruga Bay, it really deserves to be dubbed one of the best cycle roads in Japan.
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Sapporo International Short Film Festival

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Short Films On Display From Japan And Abroad 
Venue: Sapporo Cultural Arts Theater When: Nov 12th - Dec 5th 2021
Now in its 16th year, the Sapporo International Short Film Festival showcases a variety of cinematic pieces from around the world.
A total of 2,960 films from 105 countri...

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Farm to Table in Ako

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An Abundance Of Flavor
One of the highlights of any visit to Ako is sampling the abundance of fresh, locally grown produce and excellent seafood which the city is famous for.
The mild climate and fertile soil create a wonderful selection of fruits and vegetables, and the shallow wate...

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Demon Slayer at Tokyo Skytree

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A Visual Anime Feast This October
Venue: Tokyo Skytree When: Oct 21st - Jan 20th 2022
As if Skytree Tower in Sumida, Tokyo, wasn't already spectacular by itself, one of Japan’s biggest franchises—Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba—is set to bedazzle the tallest structure of the count...

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Tenzo

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A Tasty Vegan Restaurant With Takeout Options
What do you do if you're a vegan in Tokyo who needs to grab something to eat on the go? Sure, some convenience stores have vegan-friendly meals and snacks, but it can involve some searching to find them — and it's definitely not going to ...

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Japan Cultural Expo VIRTUAL PLATFORM

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New Project Offers The Chance To Enjoy The Best Of Japanese Culture Online
Japan is a country which is blessed with a wealth of cultural heritage, internationally renowned pop culture, cultural soft power and a host of artisans from Hokkaido to Okinawa.
The country expected approxima...

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Bunkamura

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A Multi-Purpose Arts And Culture Center In Shibuya
Tokyo is home to a myriad of destinations focused on arts and culture, including Shibuya's Bunkamura, which literally translates to "culture village". The multi-purpose venue was opened back in 1989 and spans over several floors, whe...

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The Kitsune Bride's House

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The Legends Behind A Town Museum And Festival
There is a place in Niigata Prefecture that interests me a lot, The Kitsune-bride’s House. This small museum, located near Tsugawa Station, midway between Niigata and Aizu-Wakamatsu, houses many exhibits dedicated to kitsune.
And why does...

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Kishu Aoi Kiln Ceramics Exhibition

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A Special Exhibition At Wakayama's Kawahisa Museum
Venue: Kawahisa Museum, Wakayama When: Aug 10th - Aug 24th 2021
For a limited time, Wakayama's Kawahisa Museum will be showcasing an exhibition of ceramic works from Kishu Aoi Kiln.
More than 50 kishuyaki works will be exhibited at t...

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Tateyama City's Nagisa no Eki

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A Michi No Eki Road Station Meets The Shoreline
With over a thousand michi no eki, or road stations, Japan’s travelers have plenty of rest stops where they can take in the local scenery, stretch their legs, and learn about local culture.
Most of these michi no eki are located on arte...

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