Writer: Ariza

A curious mind who lives off coffee. Prone to taking every chance to travel and making questionable justifications for it. Fond of train stations and watching people. Enjoying her life in Japan.

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Traveling Back in Time – Showa no Machi

Snugged in the little Bungotakada City, Oita Prefecture, is a shopping district named Showa no Machi (Showa’s Town), where the streets and shops are modeled in the classic style of 50-60s Japan. Almost like a movie set, this Showa no Machi takes you back in time as you stroll around.

Jigokumushi – Beppu’s “Hell-Steamed” Food

Jigokumushi (地獄蒸し, literally means “Hell Steam”), is what this cooking method is called. A very simple yet unique way of cooking that has been practiced since the Edo Period. Jigokumushi restaurants are popular for tourists coming to the Kannawa area, which main attractions are the Jigoku of Beppu, boiling ponds that are open for viewing. In some of these restaurants, customers could also try cooking the food themselves, an interesting experience when you go with friends or family.

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