Series

  1. Takasugi

    Teach Yourself Japanese

    The purpose of this article series is to provide a way to learn Japanese by yourself. I would like to introduce you Japanese, and I will be glad if you are interested in it. I focus on the similarities and differences between Japanese and English.
    Latest: Part 49: Dialogue 2 May 22, 2017
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    Series Parts:
    49
    Updated:
    May 22, 2017
  2. JREF

    Historical Biographies

    Biographies of famous Japanese historical figures
    Latest: Part 45: Himiko Aug 25, 2017
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    Series Parts:
    45
    Updated:
    Aug 25, 2017
  3. Hiroto Uehara

    Walking the Japanese Castles

    Hiroto is an ordinary Japanese office worker, but his true mission is to search for castles on the weekend all over Japan and blog about them.
    Latest: Part 22: Hachigata Castle Jun 23, 2018
    Rating:
    4.8/5,
    Series Parts:
    22
    Updated:
    Jun 23, 2018
  4. JREF

    Aizuwakamatsu Travel Guide

    Aizuwakamatsu is located in western Fukushima. The city takes great pride in its samurai past and its ties with the Tokugawa shogun.
    Latest: Part 8: The White Tiger Brigade Aug 15, 2017
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    Series Parts:
    8
    Updated:
    Aug 15, 2017
  5. JREF

    Ibaraki Travel Guide

    Known as Hitachi Province, Mito was the seat of an important branch of the Tokugawa family in the Edo Period (1600-1868) and became a centre of scholarship.
    Latest: Part 7: Seizansō Aug 24, 2017
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    Series Parts:
    7
    Updated:
    Aug 24, 2017
  6. JREF

    Kyoto Travel Guide

    The ancient Imperial Capital of Japan is one of the few places that is a must on almost any itinerary. With a wealth of temples, shrines and Nijō Castle (二条城 Nijō-jō, built by the former Tokugawa shogunate), Kyōto has enough to keep a temple- and...
    Latest: Part 6: Ryoanji Aug 24, 2017
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    Series Parts:
    6
    Updated:
    Aug 24, 2017
  7. JREF

    Nagoya Travel Guide

    Nagoya, Japan’s fourth-largest city, is the capital of Aichi Prefecture, located in central Honshū on Ise Bay, and the political, financial, and cultural centre of the Chubu Region
    Latest: Part 5: Osu Kannon Aug 24, 2017
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    Series Parts:
    5
    Updated:
    Aug 24, 2017
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