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A Refreshing Break at Kasuga Ninai Jaya

After the crowd in Central Kyoto, the wide and sprawling space and parks in Nara is such a welcome break. You can almost feel you are one with nature, especially since deer are roaming freely around. One such place is the Kasugayama Primeval Forest and the Garden of Kasuga Taisha Shrine. A World Heritage Site and considered a sacred forest. But then as you walk further down the road, this warm and cozy-looking café is right there by the roadside. Welcome to the Kasuga Ninai Jaya!

Mapping Japan, The Convenient Way

This series is more of acquainting the newbies and first-time visitors on the conveniences available that is currently in effect with the Japanese transportation system with which even the most OCs of persons would marvel at. Read on and enjoy your stay in Japan!

Udon and Takamatsu’s Yamada-ya

Sanuki udon is probably one of the most (if not the most) popular udon or wheat noodle in Japan. Hailing from Kagawa, the modern name of Sanuki , Sanuki udon is most well-known for its very firm and elastic, chewy texture or what the locals describe as “Koshi ga aru”.

Yokohama Anpanman Children's Museum

Naruto, Dragon Ball Z, Rurouni Kenshin, Doraemon, Studio Ghibli anime. These are definitely very popular to the rest of the world not only for the kids but us adults as well. But there’s only one anime that young Japanese children from aged 0 to 12 would yell when asked what their favorite is – ANPANMAN!

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