Holiday Dining Options in Nagoya

November 21, 2018 by Ray Proper

Nagoya has very good food, and there are a lot of options available to you on a day to day basis.  At holiday time however, you may need some hints on where to go to get your fill of holiday tastes and treats.  There is no cause for alarm, however, we have you covered with […]

Scouting in Nagoya

October 28, 2018 by Mark Guthrie

When Lord Baden Powell published the first edition of ‘Scouting for Boys’, a guidebook of survival techniques he learned during the Second Boer War and adapted for Britain’s youth he sparked a worldwide phenomenon. Although the Scouting movement has become very different to what he may have imagined it to be (I’m not quite sure what he would […]

Get the Seishun 18 Kippu and See Japan on the Cheap!

October 26, 2018 by Mark Guthrie

If there is one thing that Japan does well it is train travel. While the locals take it for granted that trains will be clean, safe and punctual, many of us know that this is not necessarily the norm in other nations. Another fantastic aspect of Japanese travel is the fact that, at certain times of […]

Castles in and Around Nagoya

October 24, 2018 by Mark Guthrie

When it comes to reputation for historical importance, Nagoya and Aichi are often unfairly maligned when compared to other Japanese cities such as Osaka, Kyoto and, of course, Tokyo. However, the region played an essential part in the creation of the nation, being the birthplace or residence to many of the notable names in Japanese […]

KPB Theatre Nagoya’s Production of Gerry in The Attic

October 22, 2018 by Ray Proper

KPB Theatre Presents Gerry in The Attic THINK OF THE POSSIBILITIES… Set in the English countryside, the residents of the Meadowlark Retirement Home plot to take their beloved Gerry, recently deceased, to his proper resting place. Armed with the love for a friend and the desperation of having nothing left to lose, the elderly residents defy […]

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