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Kamaishi: Kamaishi Unosumai Recovery Stadium and Sightseeing in Japan’s Rugby Town

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The Rugby World Cup is set to be held in Japan from September 2019. One of the venues is Kamaishi City in Iwate Prefecture, which has been developed into a “rugby town,” where the Nippon Steel Corporation Kamaishi and the Kamaishi Seawaves RFC, who have achieved seven consecutive wins in the Japan Championships, remain active. Two games will be held at the Kamaishi Unosumai Recovery Stadium, which was reconstructed in 2018: the September 25th Fiji vs Uruguay match, and the October 13 Namibia vs. Canada match.

3 Famous Ramen Shops in Yamagata - Japan's "Ramen Prefecture"!

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Described as "a treasure house of local ramen", each area of Yamagata Prefecture has its own unique style of ramen. Yamagata has led the nation for three consecutive years in their consumption of ramen while eating out, according to the 2017 Ministry of Internal Affairs and Family Survey. Yamagata ramen is really something! In this "prefecture of ramen," the competition is especially fierce in Nanyo CIty. There is a wide variety of shops, beginning with "that" famous shop noted for its karamiso [spicy miso]. In this article, we will introduce three ramen shops in Nanyo City that are known for their Akayu Ramen which takes its name from the former name of the area.

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