13th Annual Charity Soccer Tournament in Yokohama

April 18, 2017 by Ray Proper

Once again our annual Charity Soccer day is fast approaching, and with the current struggles we see around the world from famine in Africa to humanitarian crisis’ is Europe & the middle east, our beneficiary Refugees International Japan (RIJ), is in much need of our and your ongoing support. Please read all about last years […]

Nagoya Latino American Festival in Sakae

April 18, 2017 by Ray Proper

Festival Latino Americano Nagoya is the place to be in Nagoya! Come to Sakae and see live Latin music, Salsa dancers, Flamenco, Tango, Artistic shows and performances, and of course delicious Latin American food & drink! If you can’t find good Mexican food here, it is surely impossible in Japan. See you there! 2017 Nagoya Latino […]

Kobe Matsuri: Where East Meets West for a Weekend in May

April 17, 2017 by Justin Hanus

The annual Kobe Festival (Matsuri) is unlike any celebration you are likely to run into in the Kansai region during the year. There are plenty of colorful street festivals in Japan and most are tied to an ancient shrine. The Kobe Matsuri is tethered to the past as well, but it is mostly to the […]

A Museum of Subterfuge – the Ninja Museum of Igaryu in Mie

April 17, 2017 by Justin Hanus

The existence of the Ninja Museum of Igaryu is testament to mankind’s love of the subversive. Samurai warriors are the esteemed historic Japanese fighters, exuding bravery and honor. But when the job required less honorable methods it was time to call in the shinobi (the term ninja has more recently become popular since World War […]

Rock Climbing Gyms in Kobe

April 17, 2017 by Justin Hanus

If you’re looking for a new hobby to get otaku over Japan is full of options, and rock climbing is one of the more adventurous ones to try. Before advancing to some of the more challenging routes located among the country’s vast mountain ranges, why not get your start right in the city! Kobe is […]

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