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Tanabata Festival in Japan

July 7th is Tanabata “七夕”, or Star Festival here in Japan. If we go by the lunar calendar, it will be on August 28th...
Homeschooling in Japan

Homeschooling in Japan

Anyone who's visited Japan or seen enough Japanese culture can imagine education in Japan is taken pretty seriously. Kids can be seen in uniform...

Nagoya, the Arts, and… Transit!

Nagoya, the quiet, unassuming city between Tokyo and Osaka, has been experiencing somewhat of a boom in recent years when it comes to the...
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Wisteria Flower Festival in Tsushima (Aichi)

While Japan's Cherry Blossoms might hold the top spot for famous flowers in Japan, the equally ethereal Wisteria can certainly hold it's own.  Usually blooming...
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Big in Japan – Robb Shannon (Nagoya)

Nagoya is already well known for its truly unique cuisine. You either love it or hate it, and there aren't too many people who...
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Japan’s First LEGOLAND Opens in Nagoya

LEGO hold a very special place in many people’s hearts. Whether it’s the promise of a truly creative outlet for young minds, or the memory...

Ancient Japanese Robots from Nagoya

Yes, Japan has a strong association with robots, whether its through Manga and Anime, or in real-life like Toyota's Asimo.  But did you know...
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Show Notes and Wrap-up from CP+ 2017

Another year, another CP+ in the bag. It was certainly an interesting few days in Yokohama, Japan for the annual Camera and Imaging Technology Show,...

CP+ 2017 (Preliminary Report)

It’s the end of February, we’ve just arrived at Pacifico Yokohama, and people everywhere have cameras around their necks, which can mean only one...
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Exploring the Underground Mysteries in Tokyo

Tokyo is one of those rare cities that you can never get tired of. It truly offers something for everyone, and no matter how...

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