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Slurping on Thick Japanese Noodles, Udon

Udon is a thick wheat flour noodle with a chewy texture. A versatile carb, it pairs well with a simple soup or even rich sauces, watery broth or thick creamy stock. It can be served hot or cold depend...

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A Cultural Trip to Chichu Art Museum

Chichu Art Museum on Kagawa Prefecture’s art lovers’ paradise Naoshima Island is a work of art in itself. Almost the entirety of the museum is nestled underground, and the island accessibl...

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Explore Akashi Kaikyo Bridge: The World's Longest Suspension Bridge

Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is an engineering marvel and the world's longest suspension bridge that connects Honshu with the Shikoku islands in Japan. A technological engineering marvel ahead of the rest...

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All About Shimanami Kaido

Shimanami Kaido is an expressway considered to be one of the most beautiful routes in Japan with its breathtaking scenery of the sea and islands of the Seto Inland Sea. It is a roughly 70 km route beg...

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Ozu: The Old Palace Town of Japan

Situated in west Ehime is the castle city of Japan, Ozu. Built during the Edo Period and referred to as Little Kyoto, this city gives off a nostalgic vibe straight out from history. Less than an hour&...

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The Smallest in Japan: Kagawa Prefecture

The smallest amongst Japan’s 47 prefectures, Kagawa Prefecture has many of its own specialties. Art enthusiasts will particularly enjoy Kagawa’s Naoshima and Teshima Island to admire beaut...

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Matsuyama: The Pine Mountain of Japan

It comes as no secret that Japan offers many splendid places that tourists frequently visit. One of these popular places is the Pine Mountain of Japan – Matsuyama! Known to house one of Japan&rs...

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Places in Japan that famous anime are based on and what to do there

If you’re a big anime fan, you want to visit the “seichi” (holy ground) of famous anime in Japan. Not only are these locations themselves special to fans, but they are places worth a...

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