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Travelling from Fukuoka to Nagasaki is a simple and convenient affair, with both express trains and buses running between the two cities at regular intervals. Best of all, you can do four of the best things to do in Nagasaki all in one day.

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QTIC, Fukuoka

Kyushu is a southern island bubbling with hot springs, volcanic ranges, stunning nature and delicious food. Our first stop in our little trek across the northern part of this warm and friendly island is Fukuoka, the largest city in Kyushu and a gateway to other parts of Asia.

[ Art & Culture, Experience, Food & Drink, JAPANiCAN | published 2017.04.11 | PermaLink ]

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The other day I went to a Japanese crafts exhibition in the Tobu Department Store in Ikebukuro. There were a bunch of amazing hand crafted goods from all around Japan on exhibit across a large floor of the store. One of the great things about this exhibition is that you can actually see the craftsmen at work! This is a real chance to experience Japanese culture first-hand. I recommend checking out the food samples and Kashiwa beads!


【Food Samples】

1. The food looks amazing, right?
But these are just samples of what meals look like.You'll definitely run across some of these during your travels in Japan.These plastic food samples seriously look like the real thing and would make great souvenirs.You can even go and see where they are all made.


[ Art & Culture | published 2016.02.09 | PermaLink ]

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Hida Takayama, a region known for its rows of traditional buildings, offers a variety of activities for you to enjoy, such as touring the sake breweries of Takayama or workshops where you can try your hand at making things. Check out some popular places to experience these culture activities!

[ Art & Culture, Food & Drink | published 2015.11.09 | PermaLink ]

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[ Art & Culture, Events, Food & Drink | published 2015.11.06 | PermaLink ]

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