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Do you recognize the name Keisuke Unosawa (鵜野沢啓祐)? If not, you're about to find out all about this fascinating man. Unosawa is a creative director and designer who was born in Tokyo in 1964. He worked for Katsumi Komagata (駒形克己) before going freelance in 1987. His success was preceded...

Tokyo is a city bustling with colleagues and friends carousing in drinking establishments that litter the streets of the capital. It's thanks to Tokyo's production of delicious beer that you'll so often see those locals with a "nama" (draught beer) in hand. But if you're on the search for...

For those who want to go on an anime pilgrimage, the biggest question is "Where do I begin?" Natsume Yuujinchou fans, look no further! Let us follow Nyanko-sensei to Hitoyoshi in Kumamoto, Japan. Nyanko sensei, buta neko, Ponta, Madara. He may come with many names but our favorite cat...

Cherry blossom viewing in Okinawa (沖縄) might have already come to an end but it's never too late to enjoy the sheer grandeur of Japan's southernmost prefecture. Due to its geographical location, Okinawa is the only place in the country that enjoys a tropical-like climate comparable to its neighboring countries,...

Saitama (埼玉) is one of the great places to explore in Japan. It is a landlocked prefecture in the country in which a large number of residents commute each day. Besides being blessed with great sightseeing spots, it is also well developed when it comes to its transportation system....

Niigata Prefecture (新潟県) needs no introduction as it renowned the world over for producing Japan's arguably most delicious rice and sake. But do you know that it is home to scrumptious fruits, delectable seafood, and exquisite artisanal products as well? What's more, it is a mere two hours from...

Fukagawa (深川), an area on the east side of the Sumida River (隅田川) in Tokyo (東京) was home to merchants and the working class during the Edo period. Geographically located on low ground level (reclaimed marshland) and populated by the lower class, it was aptly known as "Low...

When you give food souvenirs in Japan, you don't only consider the taste, but you also have to think of their beautiful presentations. Because of this, it becomes an easy thing for people to choose wagashi (和菓子 - Japanese confections) as they are lovely to look at. If you're...

Starbucks (スターバックス) is unquestionably one of the most common brand names on the planet. There has not been a country I have visited that does not have one; some even have two stores in one block alone! For those who love collecting things on their travels – magnets, shot...

Hi, readers! This is the Japan Info staff. We wanted to say thank you for always reading our articles and we’ve got a way for you to enjoy them more! Out of all the posts that have been published over the last week (August 29th to September 4th) on Japan Info...

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