North Breakwater Dome In Wakkanai,Japan

The North Breakwater Dome is a long arched “semi-domical” structure in Wakkanai, Hokkaido, Japan’s port district. The form, inspired by a Roman arcade, rises to a height of 13.6 meters (45 feet) above the sea and stretches for 427 meters (1,401 feet), with seventy columns, a 6 meter (20 ft) intercolumniation, and an 8 meter …

Moerenuma Park In Sapporo,Japan

Moerenuma Park is a Japanese municipal park in Sapporo. It has Isamu Noguchi, a Japanese American artist, developed playground equipment, outdoor sports grounds, and artifacts. The park is free to enter and the parking lot is free to use. The park opened in 2005 after construction began in 1988. It received several accolades, including the …

THE ST. REGIS OSAKA,JAPAN

When you plan a trip to a city as vibrant as Osaka, serenity is not the first word that comes to mind. The throng, the intensity, and the flashing lights are all part of the city-break experience, but the St. Regis Hotel in Osaka allows visitors to escape the chaos and resort to elegant serenity. …

OSAKA MARRIOTT MIYAKO HOTEL

The Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel, which opened in March 2014, is located on the upper floors of the Abeno Harukas building, with easy access to Tennoji Station. Guests can enjoy 360-degree views of the city from the panoramic view point on the 58th floor, which also has free WiFi. Private parking is provided on-site for …

Intercontinental Hotel Osaka, Japan

The Intercontinental Osaka is a contemporary 5-star hotel with luxuriously spacious rooms, friendly and competent staff, superb dining options, a spa, a gym, and its own indoor swimming pool. The hotel is surrounded by shopping, dining, and entertainment options and is just a short walk from both Osaka Station and Hankyu Osaka-Umeda Station, which are …

Japanese Fish Fugu – the most expensive and deadly delicacy in the world

Puff fish is regarded one of the world’s most poisonous fish. To try something that more than a dozen people want to do. Many people are willing to give an organized sum in exchange for excitement. So, what makes this tiny fish so dangerous? Tetrodotoxin is a fatal poison found in this little fugu fish. …

Tenjin Festival (Tenjin Matsuri) In Osaka,Japan

Along with Kyoto’s Gion Matsuri and Tokyo’s Kanda Matsuri, Osaka’s Tenjin Festival (, Tenjin Matsuri) is considered one of Japan’s top three festivals. The celebration dates back to the 10th century and is held every year on July 24 and 25. The festival’s primary events take place on the second day, July 25, and include …

Okonomiyaki In Osaka,Japan

Okonomiyaki is a savory Japanese pancake dish made with wheat flour batter and other (combined or as toppings) ingredients fried on a teppan (flat griddle). Cabbage, beef, and shellfish are common ingredients, with okonomiyaki sauce (made with Worcestershire sauce), aonori (dried seaweed flakes), katsuobushi (bonito flakes), Japanese mayonnaise, and pickled ginger as toppings. Okonomiyaki is …

Dotonbori-Osaka,Japan

Dtonbori, sometimes known as Dtombori, is a popular tourist attraction in Osaka, Japan, that runs along the Dtonbori canal from Dtonboribashi Bridge to Nipponbashi Bridge in the city’s Chuo ward. It was once a theater neighborhood, but it is now a popular nightlife and entertainment area known for its quirky ambiance and big illuminated signboards. …

Bunraku Japanese Theatre In Osaka,Japan

Bunraku, also known as Ningy jruri , is a traditional Japanese puppet theater genre that originated in Osaka in the early 17th century. A bunraku performance features three types of performers: puppeteers (Ningytsukai or Ningyzukai), chanters (tay), and shamisen musicians. Other instruments, such as taiko drums, will be used on occasion. The most correct term …