Yearly Archives: 2012

10 Things to Know about Using Japanese Toilets

December 20, 2012 by Ray Proper

Some toilets have heated seats, which make winter usage much more pleasant. Don’t mess with the buttons unless you are sitting and know what they are for! “Otohime” or sound princess can be used to cover the sound of bodily functions by broadcasting the sound of a toilet flushing through a small, push button speaker […]

Toyota Home Artificial Ice Skating Rink in Nagoya

December 7, 2012 by Ray Proper

Starting today, Friday December 7th, and running until March 3, 2012 at Oasis 21 in Sakae, you will once again find the Toyota Home  Artificial Ice Skating Rink.   The Synthetic Ice they  use is pretty neat; it is not at all cold, but if you fall on it you might get splinters, so if you […]

How to travel to a relaxing hot springs resort… Without the travel part!

December 4, 2012 by Jason Gatewood

It’s no secret that Japan is one of the most seismically active places on Earth. But this is also a good thing when you take one of the country’s most valuable assets into consideration: the Onsen, which is Japanese for hot spring. You can find hot springs all over Japan, and indeed whole towns have […]

Mt. Fuji Is Not Just A Mountain To Be Climbed!!

November 29, 2012 by Steve Burson

Having climbed Mt. Fuji 3 times, I can understand many wanting to get out of anything to do with Mt. Fuji! “Want to go to Mt Fuji?” “Not, if you are climbing it…………….!!” However, there is actually much more to do around Mt. Fuji than just climb it or take photos of its beauty and […]

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