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Japanese Scrabble
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Japanese Scrabble

August 1st, 2017 | by Top10 Best Nagoya Reasonable Hotel
RSS POST FROM: Japan – It’s A Wonderful Rife Still with over 44 board games in my basement and a few more upstairs, I wondered if Japan actually had any board games that were actually like the western world’s...
Ikuokaya Kyoto
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Ikuokaya Kyoto

RSS POST FROM: Japan Blog – Tokyo Osaka Nagoya Kyoto 幾岡屋 Ikuokaya has been doing business in the world-famous Gion district (home to maiko and geiko and high-culture nightlife) for more than 150 years. They specialize...
Japan News This Week 30 July 2017
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Japan News This Week 30 July 2017

RSS POST FROM: Japan Blog – Tokyo Osaka Nagoya Kyoto 今週の日本 Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara, Longevity Expert, Dies at (or Lives to) 105New York Times Divorcee destroys ex’s $ 1m violin collection in Japan BBC GSDF...
Lonely Planet Japan Launch Party
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Lonely Planet Japan Launch Party

RSS POST FROM: Japan Blog – Tokyo Osaka Nagoya Kyoto ローンリー・プレネット・ジャパン New Lonely Planet Tokyo launch at 300 Bar Next, Yurakucho, Tokyo Lonely Planet, the legendary guide book publisher,...
Manko And The Art Of Communication
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Manko And The Art Of Communication

RSS POST FROM: Japan – It’s A Wonderful Rife What we have here, is a failure to communicate. Except maybe not for people like me. The Japanese word in the headline—manko—is indeed a very naughty word… a word...
Kukai’s Birthday
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Kukai’s Birthday

RSS POST FROM: Japan Blog – Tokyo Osaka Nagoya Kyoto 空海 誕生日 Kukai (AKA Kobo Daishi) was a once-mendicant Buddhist monk from over 1,200 years ago, who within his lifetime became a pillar of Japan’s...
Some Japanese Workers Work From Home On July 24
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Some Japanese Workers Work From Home On July 24

RSS POST FROM: Japan – It’s A Wonderful Rife WTF? That has to be the most boring headline I’ve ever written. But still… WTF?  Japanese companies wanted workers to stay home on Monday giving them a...
Miyagi Zao Fox Village
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Miyagi Zao Fox Village

RSS POST FROM: Japan – It’s A Wonderful Rife There are plenty of things that the Japanese like to pet… for example… cats… what will all the cat cafes out there… bunny rabbits… there’s a rabbit island out...
Time Enough For A Tryst
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Time Enough For A Tryst

RSS POST FROM: Japan – It’s A Wonderful Rife Immortalized forever in a timeless embrace, we have an art scene created in 1680, but made at some later date into a woodblock ukiyo-e print. Lovely, isn’t it? Produced...
Voyeurism Of Japanese Gods In Art
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Voyeurism Of Japanese Gods In Art

RSS POST FROM: Japan – It’s A Wonderful Rife I really like this small mono-color woodblock print at the top. The ukiyo-e image published between 1685 -1695, at the infancy of woodblock printing, is a 26.8 x 38.1 cm...