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Spring Has Come! Flowers Bloom in Kansai

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October 19, 2018

If you want to feel the arrival of spring early on, how about seeing the flowers in Kansai, in areas around Osaka, Kyoto, and Kobe? From January through May, the average temperature in Osaka tends to …

Nagato Yumoto Onsen: A traditional hot spring town that is being renovated for the future

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October 10, 2018

Nagato Yumoto Onsen is located in Nagato City in Yamaguchi Prefecture, the westernmost point of Honshu (the main island of Japan). It is the oldest hot spring in Yamaguchi Prefecture with a history of…

Read att.JAPAN and win! 閱讀《att.JAPAN》,好禮獎不完!

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June 11, 2018

Find the keyword in free magazine “att.JAPAN,” fill it in the form below together with the rest of the necessary information and send it to us. After a draw, the lucky winners will get a voucher for a…

14th Ink Cover Contest

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September 28, 2018

The winning entry will be ink painted and featured on the front cover of “att.JAPAN”! And free pair Ryokan accommodation for present! Entry Deadline Oct 15 (Mon), 2018 ★First prize: one person Your en…

Musashi XX

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September 16, 2018

Near Tokyo, you can see many names of stations and areas with “musashi” at the beginning, such as “Musashi XX.” Let’s learn some interesting facts and things about Musashi. The Origin of Musashi Tokyo…

Arrival of the colorful autumn! Highly-recommended spots to view autumn foliage!

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September 10, 2018

Autumn is the season where leaves turn red and yellow, creating beautifully colored scenery. With an expanded offer that includes rides on JR buses (with some exceptions) within individual covered are…

Going Back to Japan of 400 Years Ago? Travel Through Time in Aichi!

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August 24, 2018

Located roughly in the center of the Japanese archipelago, Aichi Prefecture is an attractive area filled with globally recognized industries, culture, and unique delicious food, centering on Nagoya Ci…

Japanese Stationery

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August 9, 2018

Stationery is something that people of different generations, from students to working adults, need. With various ingenious devices and technologies, Japanese stationery has continued to evolve rapidl…

Drinking in Japan :Shochu

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September 12, 2018

Do you know “shochu”? Sake is probably the most famous Japanese alcoholic beverage, but Japan also has original spirits as popular as sake: shochu. Here are some attractive aspects of shochu. What is …

Togura Kamiyamada Onsen

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July 10, 2018

A retro-flavored onsen resort with unspoiled scenery of “good old” Japan provides a perfect place to stroll around in nature and feel refreshed mentally and physically.   Located in Chikuma City,…

Remote Island of Okinawa -Tsuken Island-

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June 20, 2018

Located only 30 minutes away from the main island of Okinawa by ferry, Tsuken Island is also called “carrot island” because of its brand carrots, “Tsuken Carrot,” which are famous for their high sugar…

Cooling Off in Summer, Japan

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June 13, 2018

As many places in Japan are unbearably hot and humid in summer, Japanese people have devised various techniques to cool themselves off in summer. This article will introduce you to various ideas, even…

Cooling off in Summer, Japan – Kansai version –

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September 12, 2018

We will introduce recommended places to visit in the Kansai area in summer to cool off and enjoy splendid views. Sagano Romantic Train (Kyoto Prefecture) Running along the Hozu River for about 7.3 km …

Discover the hidden treasures of history and nature in SAN’IN

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September 12, 2018

  SHIMANE   Shimane, a historical area where many Japanese myths are set. There are many recommended spots to go from the Izumo Enmusubi Airport.   ・Izumo Taisha Shrine According to leg…

Islands of Tokyo Oshima, Niijima, Kozushima

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May 31, 2018

Although Tokyo is a big city, it still has small islands, such as the Izu Islands and the Ogasawara Islands, as part of it. They are rich in nature and perfect for outdoor activities. We introduce you…

Drinking in Japan: Beer

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September 12, 2018

At an izakaya (Japanese-style bar), you may often hear someone shouting “beer to start with!” from somewhere. Japanese beer goes well with Japanese dishes. Many Japanese people like beer and usually o…

Relaxing Trip in Shiga

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September 12, 2018

Shiga Prefecture’s most distinctive feature is Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan. It looks like an ocean! Shiga has not only a beautiful landscape with Lake Biwa, but also numerous historical sites…

Everything is close North Kansai, Home to Delicious Sake

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June 13, 2018

Surrounded by nature, North Kansai is full of sake-producing spots. Tours of breweries, sweets containing the liquor, and festivals. There are plenty of interesting things that many don’t know about N…

Feel Cool in North Kansai!!

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September 12, 2018

The North Kansai area can offer many “cool” ways to enjoy the hot summer!This summer, extend your visit from Kyoto, Osaka, or Kobe to the North Kansai area to enjoy the special feel of summer there. E…

Senshu, Osaka The Area Full of Matsuri Passion

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May 29, 2018

Senshu, the southwest area of Osaka, is a veritable treasure house of history, culture, nature and gastronomy! And home to a festival culture spreading all over its towns and drawing spectators from a…

Explore Sapporo’s Highlights!
-Sapporo’s Must-see Spots-

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March 30, 2018

Sapporo is the center of Hokkaido. The city is laid out in a beautiful grid pattern and is blessed with abundant nature and exquisite foods while being a big city with a population of 1.95 million peo…

Explore Sapporo’s Highlights!
-Festivals & Events in Sapporo-

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March 30, 2018

Festivals & Events in Sapporo The Representative Event of Sapporo: Sapporo Snow Festival The festival started in 1950, when local junior high and high school students created six snow statues in …

Explore Sapporo’s Highlights!
-Drinking Culture of Sapporo-

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March 30, 2018

Drinking Culture of Sapporo Sapporo Beer Garden Sapporo Beer is one of Japan’s leading beer brands. The Sapporo Beer Museum next to the garden introduces you to the history of Sapporo Beer. You can se…

Tochigi Prefecture, a History, Nature and Gastronomy Paradise

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September 12, 2018

Just a couple of hours from Tokyo and filled with historic architectural structures, onsen hot springs and spectacular nature, Tochigi is a destination that will certainly delight you. History Nikko T…

Kanda / Akihabara

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June 28, 2018

At the forefront of high technology but with streets echoing memories of times past. Walk with us through Kanda and Akihabara and experience a unique blend of old and new. Kanda Tradition ・Kanda-jinja…

Drinking in Japan SAKE

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May 19, 2018

Sake is a creation of nature and climate in Japan. Sake attracts many people because it has an abundant variety of tastes and can be enjoyed in various ways. There are said to be more than 1,500 sake …

We are looking for facilities that are interested in being listed in “TOKYO MUSLIM Travelers’ Guide 2019-2020.”

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August 24, 2018

日本語版ページはこちら → https://att-japan.net/archives/2530 The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau are making “TOKYO MUSLIM Travelers’ Guide” and distributing it to Muslim…

Enjoy a winter trip, various snow activities, gorgeous views, onsen, and more!

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May 31, 2018

There are many attractive places where you can fully enjoy the best part of winter in the Tohoku area and Nagano-Niigata area as well as other areas surrounding Tokyo. We will introduce you to places …

Welcome to Japan’s autumn season of color!

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June 11, 2018

Welcome to Japan’s autumn season of color! Here are some of the best spots to enjoy it! The JR EAST PASS is convenient and affordable and allows travel throughout Japan. Tohoku, Nagano and Niigata reg…

Guided Tour in Yukata

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March 4, 2018

I joined an event on August 6 last year in which I wore yukata (cotton kimono), walked around Ryogokou in Sumida City, and experienced a variety of activities. With an English-speaking guide, we were …