Monthly Archives for September 2015

Hiroshima, A-bomb dome

The “Genbaku” dome or widely known as A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, being the closest structure to withstand the explosion, has been preserved in the same state as immediately after the bombing, now serving as a reminder of nuclear devastation, a … Continue reading

29. September 2015 by Joey
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Omusubi set plate

“Omusubi” or Japanese rice ball come in many shapes and sizes, and can be stuffed or topped with things like spicy tuna, salmon, shrimp tempura, eel, seaweed, edamame, etc.  Some are triangle shaped, and wrapped in seaweed, others are round balls … Continue reading

29. September 2015 by Joey
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Fukuroda Falls, Ibaraki

Fukuroda Falls is often called “Yodo-no-taki” which means the four-step falls and is derived from the way the waterfall is separated into four distinct tiers. The four main tiers can be seen from two observation decks, one right at the … Continue reading

27. September 2015 by Joey
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Sail Training Ship Nippon Maru Yokohama Port Museum

 Sail Training Ship Nippon Maru Yokohama Port Museum is themed on the history of the Yokohama port and its relationship to people’s daily lives. The exhibits demonstrate the 150 years of history of the port since its opening as well … Continue reading

24. September 2015 by Joey
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Gundam Front, Tokyo

If you’re an anime fan, you can’t miss the Gundam Front in Odaiba! And now it is open for Walk-Through from July 18th – Sept 27th, 2015. So time to get closer to the “life sized” Gundam robot as you walk … Continue reading

22. September 2015 by Joey
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