Writer: Dee Huang

Dee is an Australian writer from Sydney. Currently living in Nagoya, Japan and working as a teacher, Dee spends most of his time listening to everything from 90's rap to bossa nova jazz, reading, playing music, writing and podcasting. It's always been a goal of his to write, and hopes that one day he get's the opportunity to write for the Economist.

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Top 5 Films Featuring Japan

Japan is a country that definitely has seen its fair share of coverage through movies. From Tokyo being synonymous with a futuristic, Jetson-like metropolis to the stern, honor-bound samurai, we've all seen Hollywood's depiction of Japan and wondered if the country really lives up to the hype.

Hiking Gems in and Around Aichi: Your Guide on the Road Less Travelled

Aichi, Japan. Home to approximately 7 million people, Aichi isn't exactly the first place people think of when Japan is mentioned, but that doesn't detract from the sheer amount of things to see and do. Geographically, Aichi is surrounded by the mountains which border Nagano, Gifu and Mie prefecture, so naturally it's a hikers dream. For those that are looking to get out and about in Aichi, here's a guide off the beaten path.

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