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10 Best Places for Autumn Leaves in Fukushima Prefecture (And When To See Them)

Fukushima, Koriyama And Iwaki Autumn

You should definitely not miss the autumn leaves in Fukushima. Fukushima boasts many great places for fall foliage that you can enjoy on scenic drives, plus charming historical spots. Today we’ll look at 10 of the most popular areas in Fukushima for autumn colors. Albeit for a short time, there will also be illuminations that make the landscape look even more fantastic.

What Japanese Really Get At The Supermarket: Japan’s Top 10 Quirky Local Drinks!

Shibuya Grocery Stores

Keio Store, a supermarket chain operated by Keio Group (the same company which operates Keio Railways and Keio Department Store), are a familiar sight across Japan. As Keio Stores are commonly found in the suburbs and next to train stations, they are an accurate reflection of what the average Japanese person really buys at the supermarket. Let’s take a look at their 2017 sales data to find out Japan’s top 10 drinks! Overall, the most popular beverage among Japanese consumers was tea: green tea, matcha, barley tea, and oolong tea are just some of the varieties of tea that make up a special part of Japanese culture. The remaining entries on the list, like tomato juice and sports drinks, and unsweetened carbonated drinks. As the only sugary beverage on this list is Coca Cola, you can see that a majority of Japan opts for relatively healthy drinks to quench their thirst.

[MOVIE] Navigating Virtual Airspace with Skyart JAPAN

Shinagawa Adventure Activities

Have you always wanted to fly through the skies while controlling a jet? You now have the chance to make your dream a reality! Skyart JAPAN offers hyper-realistic flight simulation for everyone from beginners to professional pilots. Take a closer look at SkyArt’s state of the art headquarters located in Shinagawa, Tokyo and see how I fared in the cockpit for my very own private lesson!

Highlights of Umeda Sky Building: Get the Perfect Views of Osaka!

Umeda, Osaka Station, Kitashinchi Other Architecture

Umeda Sky Building is as huge as the Arc de Triomphe! In Northern Osaka where the JR Osaka Station, Railroads, and Umeda Subway Station meet, is the landmark of Osaka, the Umeda Sky Building. With its unique model and the 173-meter high outdoor view from the Kuchu Teien-- Floating Garden Observatory--it is a very popular tourist spot famous among locals and foreign visitors alike. Here we'll introduce the many things you can enjoy at the Umeda Sky Building.

4 Easy Dinners: How to Make Your Favorite Japanese Rice Dishes Abroad!

Other Japanese Food

In Japan, rice has a rich history which dates back over 2000 years. It’s a staple in many traditional dishes and has become an important part of Japanese food culture. Right now you might not be able to get to Japan for some of your favorite dishes, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy some exquisite Japanese cuisine from the comfort of your home. We’ve asked around some Japanese food lovers living abroad for their favorite recipes for Japanese rice dishes, so you can make them at home too. Oh and don’t worry, we’ve been sure to include a vegan option!

Umeda Restaurants Guide: The Go-To Place for Culinary Delights in Osaka!

Umeda, Osaka Station, Kitashinchi Okonomiyaki, Monja & Takoyaki

One of the highlights of a vacation to Osaka is undoubtedly the affordable and delicious food! From okonomiyaki pancakes to Takoyaki, there is lots of tasty food in Osaka. Amidst fierce competition, we singled out the top areas and Umeda restaurants where you can get delicious food at great prices!! beeboys / Shutterstock.com

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