Nostalgic Car Festival

May 20, 2017 by admin

  If you are interested in cars, you may want to check out the Gulf Nagoya Nostalgic Car Festival, which features classic rides.  There are no shortage of interesting vehicles to peruse, as well as other attractions such as; special guests, performances, and a food court. Gulf Nagoya Nostalgic Car Festival 2017 This event is more […]

Arimatsu Shibori Festival

May 7, 2017 by Ray Proper

Shibori is a style of dyeing cloth in patterns by binding, stitching, folding, twisting, compressing, or capping the fabric before the application of dye, you can think of shibori as a kind of Japanese tie dye, but it is a vastly bigger and more beautiful form of art than that description can encompass.   Arimatsu Village […]

Arimatsu Village – Glimpse a Time Long Gone

May 5, 2017 by paul_durant

The signpost lantern is dark now. The need for it long extinguished. The doors of the Edo era workshop along the road once traveled by Samurai and nobility are locked from outside. Hidden in shadows, the dirt floor of the shop inside is cold and cobwebs stretch across the ceiling rafters. Yet the old wooden […]

Getting Fit – The Best Places to Jog in Nagoya

April 28, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

If like me you are struggling to shift those few extra pounds picked up over the winter, you may be looking at the coming summer months and wanting to get back into shape before you hit the beach. There are plenty of ways you can do this. You could head to one of the city’s excellent public […]

Nagoya Sake Brewery Festival 2017 and Sake Tasting

April 25, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

Were you to take the evidence offered up by Japanese TV, you might be fooled into believing that the Japanese drink of choice was either humdrum lager or cans of whiskey highball. But you would be wrong. There is no doubt that the national drink of Japan is sake, or to give it its proper title, […]