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Mention Niigata Prefecture and the world-renowned Koshihikari Rice comes readily to mind. Niigata impresses visitors with delicious rice and sakes, dedicated craftsmanship and deep snowfall.
Ishikawa exudes an elegant air due to its glorious past as a castle town during the Edo period. It also embraces modernity, as evidenced by its sleek design at JR Kanazawa station.
For all travelers who are going to visit in Japan, I recommend you to know about these habits!
Do you love to see some flowers on the park? If you love that kind of beauty, I recommend you to go to these gorgeous flower parks in Japan!
Well, at first I don't really like to eat daikon at my country. Surprisingly, Japan made me love to eat daikon.
The word “Tsumami” not “Tsunami” means drinking snacks in Japanese. So, with this article, I want to introduce to you what is the best snack for drinking.
Soba is one of the four main noodle types in Japan. Soba is made from buckwheat. However, soba masters tend to mix wheat flour into buckwheat to make soba noodles tender.
Mr Hirobumi Ito, a native of Yamaguchi, was Japan's first prime minister. This proud tradition has continued.
Known as the "Land of Sunshine", Okayama promises to add cheer to your travel with its great weather. A land blessed with sublime fruits, charismatic historical sites and even Momotaro.
Not your typical Japanese city, Nagasaki exudes a cosmopolitan feel due to its open-door policy during Japan's period of isolationism.