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ByLike Nagoya Admin Posted Apr 15, 2021

Nagoya’s Best Sweet Shops

Japanese cuisine is mostly known for its raw fish and tempura, but I have a sneaky suspicion that, should you ask most Japanese what their favorite dish is, it’ll end up being a dessert of some kind. From local delicacies such as manju and mochi to imported sweets like cheesecake and mont blanc, there can […]

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ByLike Nagoya Admin Posted Apr 14, 2021

Gifu: Middle school teacher accused of sex with pupil at hotel

Police launched an investigation after receiving a report on the matter on February 26

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ByLike Nagoya Admin Posted Apr 7, 2021

All Up in My Grill – Nagoya’s Best Steakhouses

Considering how highly revered beef is in this country, it may blow your mind to discover that though cows were introduced to Japan sometime in the second century, they were only used as draught animals until the Meiji Restoration (1868) for agriculture and f0r transport rather than eating. But now, ‘wagyu’ (literally ‘Japanese beef’) is […]

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ByLike Nagoya Admin Posted Mar 10, 2021

Alive and Rocking – See Local Music at Nagoya’s Great Live Houses

By way of a cursory look on Japanese television, you would be forgiven for believing that Japan’s music industry was an endless parade of identikit Johnny’s boy bands or sprawling AKB-48 affiliated girl groups. There is nothing wrong with this homogenous J-Pop, per se, but there has to be more to it than that. And of […]

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ByLike Nagoya Admin Posted Mar 8, 2021

Do You Like Nagoya Men? Delving into Nagoya’s Noodle Dish, Kishimen

Throughout Asia, noodles are considered one of the staple foods. This is particularly true in Japan, where there are numerous types of ‘men’ [noodle] dishes that you can enjoy. Here in Aichi, the local delicacy is kishimen, a flat udon noodle that has more than a passing appearance to tagliatelle pasta, which means that in […]

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ByLike Nagoya Admin Posted Mar 3, 2021

Top Five Hanami Sites Near Nagoya

“Hanami” literally means flower viewing, but it is much more than that to Japan’s people.  Hanami signals the end of another long winter’s chill. Besides, simply enjoying the beauty of flowers, especially cherry blossoms (桜 sakura), it means time spent with friends and family outdoors with, especially by the younger generations of Japan, copious food […]

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