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Japan’s Ultimate All You Can Eat and Drink Options

All you can eat and drink options, are a common sight in Japan, especially amongst its dining and drinking scene. In Japanese 食べ放題 (たべほうだい...

Kirin Beer Factory Tour – Yokohama

The Kirin Beer Factory Tour is the company's free information session and introduction to its globally recognised beer brand. The idea is not unique...

Coca Cola’s Lemon-Can-Do

Do you love your Lemon Chu-hai just as much as you love your Coca-Cola? Well, now Coca-Cola has launched the Lemon-Do. So, all your...

A Taste of Home – Nissin World Delicatessen

Although I have heard about Nissin World Delicatessen for awhile now, I never really had the inclination to visit this store. I figured that...

Kanamara Matsuri – The Festival of the Steel Phallus

The Festival of the Steel Phallus or かなまら祭り (Kanamara Matsuri) held at Kawasaki Shrine (Daishi), is one of the more interesting and bizarre festivals...

HUB – The British PUB in Japan

You may be wondering why I would be writing about a British PUB named Hub based in Japan...? Could it be because it's my...

Earth Plus Gallery – Kiba, Tokyo

Earth Plus Gallery is a fusion of many elements to make what is known as a bar + cafe with an event space open...

Sake with Flower – An Ikebana event with added flavour!

Ikebana The word 'Ikebana' (活け花) refers to Japanese traditional flower arrangement, a very distinctive, historical yet disciplined art form, which dates back to 7th century...

A More Diverse Community Coming of Age

In 2018, Monday the 8th of January was not only a national holiday across Japan, but also 'Coming of Age' day, a day to...

Japanese Saké Brewery

Today I meet with Naoto, the English speaking organiser of a saké tour. I am the only person to sign up. Not wanting to waste...

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