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Monthly Archive:2014/07

Japanese Events and Celebrations According to Seasons

Japanese people love outdoor activities. During weekends or holidays, they will surely find ways to enjoy hanging out with their family or with friends. They usually go out for a picnic, barbecue party, camping and other sort of fun things to enjoy.…

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Takahashi in Okayama, Japan -Part 4-

Other places to see in Takahashi (2) [Takahashi church] I didn't go inside. Built in 1889, thanks to donations from Christians. This is the oldest church in Okayama prefecture. In Takahashi, Christian missions were started in 1879, and Christianity rapidly developed after Jou Niijima visited the city the next year.…

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One Piece Grand Arena Tour

Kaizokuou ni Ore wa Naru! (I’m going to be the pirate king!) is the battle cry of the protagonist of the manga/anime series, One Piece. Finding the One Piece, said to be the greatest treasure out there for pirates, is what this series is about.…

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Yu-Gi-Oh! – 15th anniversary – Duel city edition –

The card game “Yu-Gi-Oh!” is simply great! It’s been played for 15 years and over 25 billion cards have been sold. Isn’t this great? In this post, I’ll introduce the 15th memory product. emblem Quick history The game was released in February 1999.…

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Japanese Seasonal Events: Firefly Watching 2

Firefly watching in Shirochi, Takahashi In Okayama prefecture, there are at least seven places listed on the website that I visited. I decided to pick one with easy access and free parking area. The viewing spot is located in Ochiai-cho, Shirochi, Takahashi-shi. …

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You are What You Bleed! – The Japanese Blood Type Personality Classification

What’s your blood type? – For most people, the only reason that they ask this question to others is that when they’ll be needing blood (no, not that vampire-ish type of need) for blood transfusion when something bad happens, that person may be able to help if they are compatible.…

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Takahashi in Okayama, Japan -Part 3-

Other places to see in Takahashi (1) [Raikyuu-ji (Raikyuu temple)] Raikyuu-ji is a Zen temple which was reconstructed in 1339 under an order of Takauji Ashikaga, who was the founder and first shougun of the Muromachi era. The date of its original establishment is not known.…

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Fuji-san (富士山): Japan’s Highest Mountain

There are many beautiful places you could go for a visit or sightseeing all over Japan. Almost every prefecture has developed and maintained some historical, cultural or natural spots not only for tourists but also for the Japanese people to visit with.…

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Japanese Seasonal Events: Firefly Watching

It’s now rainy season in Japan. Although I’m already excited about rainy season, there’s another thing that made me excited – the fireflies! I live here in Japan for few years already but I have never tried firefly watching before. I didn’t even know there are events being held for this every year.…

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Takahashi in Okayama, Japan -Part 2-

The Bicchuu Matsuyama Castle in Takahashi city(2) -View from the castle- When I reached the top, I found a tea server. “Bicchuu Uji-cha”, a local tea was served and it was free. “Thank god, I can cool my throat”, I thought, but surprisingly it was steaming hot!…

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