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Life on a Rural Farm in Japan

Japanese cities are special because of the way they combine modern, high-tech life with traditional culture and historical buildings. It can feel as though life has become fully urbanized. Like much of the world, young people move out of rural towns to explore the opportunities in large cities. But don’t be fooled – rural life...
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Make the Most of Japan’s Cherry Blossom Season

The beginning of spring marks the start of the new work/school year in Japan. The harbinger of this change of season is the cherry blossom tree. The bloom starts as early as January in southern locations like Okinawa, and as late as May all the way up North in Hokkaido. On the mainland the peak...
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Shrines and Temples in Japan – What’s the difference?

If you have ever been to Japan, you’ve probably visited at least one shrine/temple if not more. When debating which Shinto or Buddhist spiritual centers to visit while here, you’ll frequently find recommendations for some of the most famous shrines and temples. For example, The Temple Of The Golden Pavilion in Kyoto, Sensouji-Temple and Meiji-jingu...
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The Nakasendo Trail: Top 10 Activities and Attractions

It was the third week of March when I made a trip to the Kisoji Valley and its famous Nakasendo trail. I can still feel the winter breeze wrapping around my body. The beauty of nature was what I was really looking forward to seeing, regardless of the weather as, in the words of a...
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Tired of temples and shrines? Make your Japan trip more exciting by collecting Goshuin

One of the things that attracts thousands of visitors to Japan, is the opportunity to appreciate multiple stunning shrines and temples. These spiritual centers vary from simple to ornate, but many are worth the visit. However, after seeing several shrines it’s easy to get bored. To break up the monotony, I highly recommend buying Goshuincho at...
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5 Things That ‘Animal Crossing’ Can Teach Us About Japan

In this time of social distancing, we all need something to give us a bit of comfort. Nintendo‘s March release of ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’, a new installment in the popular Japanese franchise, provides exactly this. This video game appears deceptively simple. You design a little avatar, and you run around your town, helping adorable...
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