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Holiday Illumination in Nagoya

Here are some popular places to experience illumination in and around Nagoya. Nabana no Sato The best place to see winter illumination is in 10 minutes from Kuwana Station in Mie. Nabana no Sato is the closest thing you will get in…

Noodling about: Nagoya’s Ramen Discoveries

Misen’s spicy Taiwan ramen When I first came to Japan and answered the standard “what Japanese food do you like?” question with “I absolutely love ramen!” I wasn’t sure why I was typically met with a look of disappointment, as…

Emergency Rooms in Nagoya and Toyota City

Use this map to Find Emergency Rooms in Nagoya and Toyota You can click on any icon to get more information. ———————————————————- Emergency Rooms in Nagoya and Toyota City Original Source: www.JapanInfoSwap.com Emergency Rooms in Nagoya and Toyota City

Landlord and Tenant Responsibilities in Japan

In Japan, maintenance responsibilities of a leased property are split between the landlord and the tenant. The landlord is generally responsible for major maintenance, while the tenant should carry out minor maintenance. Tenant Responsibilities Tenants are responsible for the minor…

Osu Street Performers’ Festival

October brings the Nagoya Festival, a huge parade throughout the city celebrating three great warriors and historical leaders connected to the city: Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu. However this is by no means the only – nor even the most interesting –…

Bicycle Liability Insurance

There are two major cities in Japan that require bicycle riders to maintain liability insurance as a condition for riding in the city.  These are: Osaka City Nagoya City (from October 2017)  Clients and readers living or visiting these areas…

Must See Shrines and Temples of Nagoya

Japan is served by two predominant religions: Shinto and Buddhism. Shinto is a form of ancestor worship and is the traditional religion of Japan – though it was codified in the eighth century it had been around for many centuries…