Getting Fit – Ex-pat Friendly Gyms Around Nagoya

March 15, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

If like me you have gained a few extra pounds over the winter – Christmas and the various new year festivities will do that to you – you may be thinking of the coming summer months and wanting to get back into shape. One of the best ways to do this is to sign yourself […]

“Peacecle” Rental Bicycles in Hiroshima – Easy!

March 15, 2017 by Jade Brischke

Spring is a great time to get out and take advantage of the lovely weather, and one of the best ways to explore Hiroshima (and get fit at the same time!) is to try the Hiroshima City Rental Cycles known as ‘Peacecle.’ At just 1000 yen (plus tax) per day. it’s amazingly cheap. Best of […]

A Wax a Day Keeps the Hair Away! Waxing in Hiroshima

March 15, 2017 by Jade Brischke

Western women (and some men!) who are used to having easy access to beauty salons that specialize in waxing are often a tad fearful they won’t be able to find the same services here in Japan. Waxing, especially Brazilian, is still a relatively new concept in Japan and in a smaller city like Hiroshima it can […]

Things to do in Tokyo For Golden Week 2017

March 1, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

Golden week is the longest public holiday in Japan, and many residents make a trip abroad, or to a tourist area like Kyoto over the break.  Trains and airports can be crowded, and the traffic into any area worth a visit is going to be heavy at best, standstill at worst.  Need a hotel?  If […]

Snoopy Museum Tokyo

February 27, 2017 by admin

Snoopy Museum Tokyo is a temporary museum open for two and one-half years, and the first Snoopy museum outside of the United States. Akk dedicated to the art of Charles M. Schulz, the founding museum—Charles M. Schulz Museum—is located where Schulz lived in Santa Rosa, California. The second exhibition at Snoopy Museum Tokyo, “Hello again, Snoopy” started […]

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