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Brillante IL Suzuki Salone

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Upmarket cafe and restaurant in Hamamatsu
Hamamatsu in Shizuoka Prefecture is a blessing to the vegan tourist with many places and foods to satisfy a vegan's choicest culinary needs. This write-up is about an upmarket Italian cafe called Brilliante IL Suzuki Salone. With its pricing,...

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Iga City

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GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
 
 
Ninjas, a castle and a haiku poetry master—Iga is home to a whole host of traditional Japanese culture and history.
Tucked away in Mie Prefecture, Iga is known as the birthplace of one of Japan’s leading schools of ninjutsu. The ninjas from Iga played important roles througho...

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Asami Chaya

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Tea house deep in the forests of Agano
This is an article I hesitate writing because I want to be selfish. I do not want to share this place with anyone. I do not want hoardes of people coming -- it was crowded enough on the Monday we went, still within the cautious period of Covid-1...

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Made in Okinawa

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A taste trip to the Japanese tropics
Sometimes, when travel is not possible (crossing prefectures is still strongly discouraged at the moment), local food can manage to transport you there somehow.
My spouse went to Okinawa for work and because we couldn't tag along, he brought back ...

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Kaikyo Yume Tower

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Impressive Views Over The Kanmon Strait And Shimonoseki
If you're visiting Shimonoseki in Yamaguchi Prefecture, there's no way to miss the dominant feature on the city's skyline - the Kaikyo Yume Tower. Completed in July of 1996, the tower reaches a height of 153 meters, with an obse...

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Nagoro Scarecrow Village

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GAIJIN POT TRAVEL
 
A mysterious village with more scarecrow residents than people.
At first glance, most visitors to Nagoro Village will see a sweet rural community of elderly residents spending their time blissfully tending to their gardens and fishing. Take a closer look, however, and you migh...

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Kaldi Coffee Farm

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Find Coffee, Cheese, And Other Import Foods
Whether you’re in Japan for a short period or for the long haul, Kaldi Coffee Farm offers a taste of home to many travelers. Not only can foreigners in Japan find many of the foods they love from their home country, as an import store, Kald...

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Kanazawa Hakkei’s Chiyomoto

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Foreign Footsteps in Yokohama 7 - Felice Beato
Chiyomoto (千代本) is an authentic Japanese restaurant that regularly showed up in Hiroshige’s ukiyoe woodblock prints in and around 1834 and then later in the photos of Italian-British photographer Felice Beato in 1864. Chiyomoto has st...

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Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion)

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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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Koriyama Castle

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 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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