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Soba Noodles

For the Love of Soba in Hyogo

With great anticipation I arrive at the impeccable Hoshinoya ryokan in Kyoto, Japan, and head to dinner. Seated in front of the chef's counter, my host welcomes me and begins to prepare fresh soba...
Sushi Masaki Saito

Where To DINE Now: Sushi Masaki Saito

How many sushi restaurants are there in Toronto? Thousands? How many would I recommend? I can count them on one hand. What we commonly think of as sushi, even when purported to be high...
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Mipig – New Piglet Café Opens in Tokyo

By now, you’ve probably heard of cat cafes, raccoon cafes, owl cafes, and even corgi cafes, but you’ve likely never heard of a pig cafe. This past March, Japan become home to the first-ever...
Kagura

Kagura: God Entertainment

When I was told I would be attending a performance of Shinto theatrical dance, I immediately asked, “How long will this take?” And yet, from the moment it began, I was absolutely riveted. Far away...
Okinawa cuisine

How to Live to 100

Japan has the longest life expectancy and the longest health expectancy in the world. There are reasons for this beyond genetics that have to do with simple lifestyle choices. Two such factors are what...
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Family Friendly Travel in Japan

Beyond the temples and the tech, tourists heading to Japan often wonder what there is to do with their children. Well, there’s a lot. Family travel in Japan offers incredible opportunities that are totally...
Fruit Market, Lima, Peru

International Farmer’s Markets

Food trails and markets have become the tastiest part of any travel experience. They are the places where we can really sink our teeth into a taste of place. Write up a new bucket...

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