World Beer Summit in Nagoya

July 31, 2017 by admin

With all that is happening in the world today I think we can all agree that a summit is needed.  A beer summit, perhaps with “beers from around the world + the best music = so happy” as its theme.  If such a thing were possible it seems likely we could sort these issues post haste, […]

Really Seeing The Sights: Observation Decks Around Nagoya

July 31, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

Whether you love or loathe the hustle and bustle of the big city, there are no two ways about it: Nagoya is an amazing place. There is so much going on, and so much to take in. It is a mass of contradictions and a striking hodge-podge of contrasting styles, of the traditional and the […]

Must See Shrines and Temples of Nagoya

July 26, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

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 before with evidence that it was around during the pre-historical Jōmon period – with many […]

The World Friendship Centre: Peace and Friendship in Hiroshima

July 26, 2017 by Jade Brischke

Hiroshima is the kind of place that you cannot visit or live in without being influenced by its history and peace-related message. As August is the month of the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, it is also the perfect time to find out more about and/or get involved in peace organisations and activities within […]

Keep c(K)ool and Kampai! Beer Gardens in Hiroshima

July 26, 2017 by Jade Brischke

When rainy season finally ends and the nights are hot and steamy, there is nothing better to do on a summer’s night than to sit outside. If you combine this with the great company of your friends, good food and drinks aplenty, you are guaranteed to make some wonderful summer memories. Luckily, Hiroshima has all […]