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Although many tourism-related businesses are restricted in Japan, I’ll continue to provide information about the Kansai region.

I hope that the COVID-19 problem will be resolved soon and that you will be able to visit Japan with peace of mind.

In Kyoto, you can see a landscape of traditional wooden houses called "Machiya". When foreigners look at machiyas, they ...

In Kitanozaka, Kobe, there is a hotel featuring peanuts, a very popular comic book featuring Snoopy. PEANUTS HOTEL is a ...

In Osaka, the number of tourists continues to increase every year. With the 2025 World Exposition scheduled, there is a ...

Kinosaki Onsen in Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture, has a history of about 1,300 years, and the rows of willow trees and r ...

A short distance from Himeji Castle, a World Heritage Site, is the ancient temple Engyo-ji Temple. The tranquil temple w ...

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Opened in March 2018, HOME INN TOJI is located in a 15 minute walk from Kyoto Station and is a great location to visit t ...

Speaking of heating equipment in winter in Japan, it is Kotatsu. There is a custom of taking off shoes in Japanese house ...

Popolo Hiroba, located in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, has been open for 37 years and is in the news for its recent renovations. T ...

Kyoto Mameshiba Cafe is well known as one of the Mameshiba Cafes in Kyoto, and has healed many people including foreigne ...

Coastal areas of Kobe, Osaka and Wakayama in Kansai are among the leading industrial zones in Japan. At night, you can s ...

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