Writer: Kade Delis

Hi, I’m Kade.  I’m from Idaho, USA.  I’ve lived in Japan for 4 years now.

I’m an outdoors guy.  I love biking in the summer and snowboarding in the winter.  Good thing Japan has great places for both of those.

I like eating out at good restaurants, especially with exciting interior.

I love Japanese hot springs.  My goal is to own one of my own.

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15 Things to Do in Nara

If you travel to countries hoping to experience another culture, Japan is still rich with it and Nara is the perfect place surrounded by culture and history. It is many things at once: traditional, natural, delightful, heartfelt, and all around wonderful. Come to Nara and be amazed. I honestly could name 100 things in Nara that would make for an amazing trip, but I have narrowed it down to the top 15 spots that you will not find even in most guidebooks.

10 Best Japanese Sauces

Sometimes sweet and sometimes spicy, either way we all love sauces. Some foods are difficult to imagine without them; they make our meal taste better and can be fun to experiment and mix together to give an old sauce a new taste. Japanese cuisine is one of the world’s most delicious and these sauces contribute to its excellence.

15 Things to Do in Western Tokyo

I live in Tokyo, the world’s largest metropolis, but my home is in the western region. Most tourists focus their attention on the busier areas like Ginza, Akihabara, Shibuya, or Shinjuku, but do not know of the many exciting places in western Tokyo along the Keio Line. For your next Tokyo vacation, here is are my top 15 fun recommendations in western Tokyo. Enjoy!

Going to the Gym in Japan

The Japanese love hanging out at the gym as much as most other countries. You can find them quite easily in Japan and some are open 24 hours a day. The gymnasiums are truly enjoyable in multiple ways with only slight differences.

A Turn Torwards Nara’s Higashimuki Street

The Higashimuki Shopping District in Nara City is filled with great shops to look around both traditional and modern. It stretches from Kintetsu Nara Station, past Nara Park toward Sanjodori Street, which leads to JR Nara Station. The street is roofed to protect from the elements and the ceiling is decorated with beautiful artwork posters of deer, forest, and other things associated with Nara Prefecture.

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