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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.

Mozu-Furuichi Kofunguns (Mozu-Furuichi mounded tomb group) in Osaka was registered as a World Heritage Site in July 2019 ...

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

Omi beef is the Japanese black beef that has been raised for the longest time in Shiga Prefecture, which is blessed with ...

The Expo '70 Commemorative Park in Suita City, Osaka Prefecture is known for its Tower of the Sun, but it's not well kno ...

In rural Japan, the custom of scattering Mochi (rice cakes) from the roofs of houses under construction still remains. I ...

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World Heritage Kumano Kodo is a road that has been visited by more visitors than ever before. When you stroll along the ...

Miyama-cho in Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture is a rural town full of elegance. There're no buildings or signboards that b ...

The area around Tsuruhashi Station on the JR Loop Line is one of the most competitive areas in Japan for yakiniku restau ...

A survival game. It's divided into a friendly team and an enemy team, and a soft air gun is used to shoot BB bullets at ...

Yuasa-cho in Wakayama Prefecture has a historic townscape and is known as the birthplace of the Soy sauce which is essen ...

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