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Not far from the coastal city of Toyamaas you wind around some beautiful country roads and pass by picturesque rice fields, you will come across one of the most untouched and truly stunning parts of Japan in the very
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I haven’t always been a fan of
Located in the picturesque Ishikawa Prefecture, the Noto Peninsula’s Wajima city is famed for its history, natural beauty, and a charming market culture that today draws in tourists from Japan and abroad. Nestled against the Sea of Japan, Wajima is
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No matter where in the world you choose to travel this summer, it’s important that you stay safe.
Even the most beautiful and idyllic vacation destinations can pose the risk of crime,
The first time I watched a game of rugby at Chichibunomiya Stadium, I was immediately taken back. Not by the narrow loss the Tokyo Sunwolves sustained that day — such was the quotidian condition of their short tenure in Super
For outsiders, fashion can, at times, seem frivolous, superfluous and the antithesis of serious culture and art. This could be considered a fallacy, however, as fashion and clothing both reflect and embody the times and specific periods or trends.
What with all the hoo-ha about the growing influence and danger of AI, for the sake of some acts of journalism, I decided to ask ChatGPT where I should visit in Tokyo.
Here are the top three places it is
Already a week into the rainy month of June, we are officially in typhoon season here in Japan. Typhoons in Japan generally hit peak season in the late summer months of August and September, but they can be active as
Right under the clock tower in Yoyogi Park, time seems to have stopped, frozen in ’50s Americana. Passers-by can’t help but stop, too, mesmerized by the dance moves of the rockabillies, as if they were rock ‘n’ roll sirens in