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Natto
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Top 10 Natto Brands in the World

Looking for the best natto in the world? Look no further! In this post, I’ll be sharing the top 10 natto brands that have garnered high praise from top Japanese chefs on a TV program. From Mizkan Kin no Tsubu Toro Mame to Tengu Natto Maru-Cup Natto,

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Spicy ramen in japan
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Spicy Ramen Adventure: Ignite Your Taste Buds

Are you a fan of spicy and flavorful dishes? Then you’re in for a treat with this mouthwatering recipe for spicy ramen noodles! This delightful dish is both easy to make and bursting with delicious flavors, making it the perfect choice for a quick and satisfying meal.

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Best Ramen Shops in Tokyo, everything you need to know
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Best Ramen Shops in Tokyo: Ready to Fall in Love?

When it comes to finding the best ramen shops in Tokyo, you won’t be short on options. Tokyo offers a diverse range of ramen, from rich and funky niboshi ramen to devilishly spicy bowls. Whether you’re in the mood for Michelin-worthy truffle-infused ramen or local shoyu ramen,

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Best Ramen in The World
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Best Ramen in The World: Complete list

The quest for the best ramen in the world is a journey that many food enthusiasts embark on. From the bustling streets of Tokyo to the vibrant neighborhoods of New York City, the search for the perfect bowl of noodles knows no bounds. Join me as we

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Seiza Position
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Seiza Position: Discovering the Art and Benefits

The seiza position, originating in Japan, is a traditional way of sitting with specific posture and positioning, signifying respect, especially towards elders. It was developed among samurai during the Edo period and later became widely adopted by the public. Seiza is closely associated with Japanese practices such

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Gion Hatanaka
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Gion Hatanaka: A Luxurious Retreat in Kyoto’s Gion District

Are you considering a stay at the Gion Hatanaka Hotel in Kyoto? This 4-star ryokan offers a blend of traditional Japanese hospitality and modern amenities. Located in the heart of the Gion district, it provides easy access to Kyoto’s main landmarks such as Yasaka Shrine, Chion-in Temple

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Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory: Complete Guide

Are you a cheese and dessert lover? If so, you’re in for a treat. Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory offers a delectable range of cheese-infused cookies, cheesecakes, pies, puffs, and sundaes. Each treat is meticulously crafted with high-quality ingredients, such as Hokkaido milk, Guérande salt from France, and

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Nachi Falls, and a girl looking at the river
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

Nachi Falls: Japan’s Spiritual Waterfall

Nachi Falls, also known as Nachi no Taki, is a renowned waterfall located in Nachikatsuura, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. It is widely celebrated as one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the country, boasting a breathtaking single uninterrupted drop of 133 meters and a width of 13 meters.

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What Does Naruto Mean?
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

What Does Naruto Mean?

Naruto, a popular Japanese manga and anime series, has captured the hearts of fans around the world. Many wonder, “What does Naruto mean?” In this blog post, I will delve into the origins and significance of the name “Naruto” and its impact on the series. Join me

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The National Animal of Japan
Japan
Andrea Urbinati

The National Animal of Japan: All You Need to Know

The national animal of Japan is the Green Pheasant, also known as the Japanese Pheasant. It holds significance as a symbol of the country’s rich natural heritage and cultural identity. The Green Pheasant’s vibrant plumage and graceful presence make it a fitting representation of Japan’s diverse and

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