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Lipton Japan: This ain’t your grandma’s tea!  Posted on 06/11/2014
Tea is to Japan what apple pie is to the United States. There are few places around the country where you won’t find tea and even fewer people who don’t consume it at least twice a day. However, the tea here in Japan is not...
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Saburo  Posted on 06/10/2014
There are many paths that lead to many exciting and interesting places on Okinawa. Lying relaxed and exhausted at the end of a recent path I had taken was Saburo a three legged dog who is surrounded by a whole lot of love! I first learned...
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Fukushu-en Garden: Transported to China  Posted on 06/09/2014
There is an entire category of tourist that includes only people who prefer to stay off the beaten path and avoid cities at all cost. Unfortunately for these tourists they end up missing out on absolutely beautiful locations just like...
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Okinawa Soba: A Beautifully Simple Dish  Posted on 03/28/2014
Okinawa soba, or suba as it is called in Okinawa’s native language, is a well known dish produced in Okinawa Prefecture. Okinawa soba is made of a few simple ingredients including kamaboko (a type of fish cake), scallions,...
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Pasta-sicle. . . . . Because that sounds delicious!?  Posted on 03/27/2014
    Here’s the thing. . . . . . I think I’m a relatively adventurous person. There are very few things that I won’t take a nibble of, take a picture of myself eating, write about and then post on the internet....
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