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7 Things to Do and See in Japan’s Kamakura and Enoshima All in Just One Day

Kamakura (鎌倉) and Enoshima (江の島) are areas in Kanagawa Prefecture (神奈川県) near the sea, popular with tourists and packed with things to do. Here are several things for you to do in these areas, and how to get them all done in one exciting, fun-filled day. 1. Get Up Early and Stroll Kamakura’s Sleepy Streets…

One Piece Fans, You Can Now Get Your Very Own Devil Fruit!

Devil fruits are one of the main components of the hit manga and anime series known as One Piece. In the series, characters who have consumed a Devil Fruit will be granted special powers. If you are a fan of One Piece, you may have wished that the Devil Fruits exist in real life to…

An Amusement Park, Holiday Entertainment and More at Laguna Gamagori!

Aichi Prefecture is well known for its capital, Nagoya, brimming with historical sites, museums, pachinko parlors and shopping districts. But about an hour away from Nagoya lies the serene yet exciting Gamagori City. Gamagori City is situated on the coast of Mikawa Bay and it has a number of attractions to visit and most especially,…
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Must See: One Piece Kabuki in Japanese Theatres!

In Japan, you will probably quickly notice that the past and the present exist in harmony. In one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, you can still find ancient wooden shrines in the strangest of places. With such a rich history and popular current shows it has finally happened, the past and…

One Piece: The First Japanese Manga to Make it into the Guinness World Records

Popularly known for its manga culture, a Japanese manga has finally made it to the Guinness World Records! Unparalleled and incomparable as a comic book series, One Piece has made its name known for a long time in Japan. It started in 1996 and has ever since been making its way up. Many Japanese believe…

Japan’s Five Best–Selling Manga Series Of All Time

Modern manga industry, as it is known today, started more than half a decade ago, just after WWII. Having a different cultural position than comics in other countries, the market for manga is growing bigger and bigger each year. Entertainment is being its most important part, but the aesthetic illustrations are just as important. No…

5 Anime Symbols Every Fan Can Recognise!

Symbols and signs are powerful representations of actual subjects, events, people and even ANIME. Over the years since Japan started producing world-class animation, certain symbolisms have become extremely popular, to the point that they can already be considered trademarks of Japan’s anime industry as a whole. Today, we’ve compiled 5 of the symbols that are…

Everything You Wanted to Know About MANGA But Were Afraid To Ask

Many people have heard of manga, but the misconception is that manga is just like the Western comic strips, for children and read left to right. These are both incorrect, manga in Japan is not just produced for children, in fact there are manga series that children are not allowed to read! If you haven’t…
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