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Okinawa | Surfing the Ryukyu Kingdom

Okinawa Surf | Skate

Known for its crystal clear waters and deserted beaches, it is a popular holiday destination for both domestic Japanese and foreign tourists. When you talk about surfing in Okinawa most people don't know much information on the topic and have little knowledge about the local scene...........

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Jigokudani Monkey Park

There is nowhere else in the world you will find monkeys enjoying a hot bath in the middle of the mountains. The Snow Monkeys live in Jigokudani (Hell's valley), at the foot of Shiga Highlands.

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Nozawa Onsen - Japans Original Ski Resort

Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort. Renowned for it's onsen since the Edo period, the village also played a significant role in the history of skiing in Japan. The village is located at the foot of Kenashi-yama with an altitude of 1650 meters surrounded by beautiful scenery.

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Halloween in Shibuya, Tokyo

The land where “CosPlay” and “Manga” were born brings you one of the craziest and most busiest Halloween celebrations. 

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Spend a season in Hokkaido

Hokkaido (北海道, Hokkaidō) is the second largest, northernmost and least developed of Japan's four main islands. Its weather is harsh in winter with lots of snowfall, below zero temperatures and frozen seas.

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Matsunaga Genrokuro - A traditional Japanese swordsmith

Sensei Genrokuro Matsunaga, one of the few sword-smiths still using traditional methods. In order to make 1 sword, about 9kg of 'Tamahagane' (melted down iron sand) is required. After the temper folding and hammering, the final weight of the sword is usually only between 800g to 1000g.

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Cozy Japan - Rooms and travel information

Becoming a Travel reporter for Cozy Japan. Cozy Japan is the comprehensive tourist information website exclusively designed for overseas tourists visiting Japan. Cozy Japan features information on Attraction, Accommodations and Restaurants in Japan.

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Create your own unique trip! Go Camper Japan!

Real travellers in Japan are ‘as rare as chicken teeth.’ Ok, some people travel by themselves, but they follow the same (t)rail.  Are you more adventurous?

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An Introduction to Zamami island!

Located about 40km away from Okinawa main island. A short introduction to this beautiful island. Popular among day trippers is Furuzamami beach located about 1km from port, with its crystal clear waters teeming with colorful coral and many fish.

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The Birthplace of Ninja!

Iga, Mie Prefecture, Japan. Home to the the ancient culture of the Igaryu Ninja clan. Ninjitsu is not a combat technique but a strategic art of warfare developed independently in the Iga and Koka regions of Mie and Shiga Prefectures of Japan.

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