Writer: Bradley O’Grady

Bradley has been in Nagoya since late 2013, mixing English language teaching with a little bit of media management. His interest in Japan was catalyzed by the 2002 FIFA World Cup. His greatest passion is the bicycle, his preferred means of exploration. He will go wherever there are good vibes.

Camping in Hirugano

If you're on mainland Japan in July and August you can expect to see temperatures reach extremely humid highs of near 40 degrees Celsius (over 100 degrees Fahrenheit)! This fact alone can make a vacation very tough work for even the most seasoned of travelers. Cooler, quieter and full of surprises, a camping trip in the mountains is something worth considering.

Food Under 1,000 Yens in Nagoya

Japan. Home of the super city and top living standards. It’s easy to believe that the cost of living in one of the many metropolises is high. In terms of food, while you can go out and pay a lot of money for a special dish, it is fairly easy to eat out for under ¥1000, although in some cases it does require adjustment to a Japanese diet. Here is a breakdown of some of the more interesting yet affordable dishes you can enjoy in Nagoya.

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