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Baseball and sub-par beer in Japan

The great American pastime is taken to new heights in Osaka – right down to the flavourless, watery brew on tap.
Read more… 25 June 2013

Tokyo’s jazz kissa survive

The city’s jazz cafes, where locals sit for hours listening to record collections that can numbers in the thousands, are finding new life through a younger generation.
Read more… 04 December 2012

Food wonderlands of the world

Step into a delicious reality with these fantastic food fantasylands, a dreamy world of candy apples, whirling spices and chocolate chip cookie dough.
Read more… 28 August 2012

Tokyo’s strangest sights

The Japanese city is full of baffling – yet logical -- attractions, from maid cafes to plastic food to giant robot statues.
Read more… 06 August 2012

Mapping the World

Mapping the world: Osaka, Japan

A cartographer’s guide to global destinations.
Read more… 17 July 2012

World’s best fast-food chains

Fast-food chains around the globe are forgoing frozen burgers in favour of inexpensive local specialties, like ramen and dim sum.
06 June 2012

World’s weirdest restaurants

The wackiest eateries around the globe replicate the in-flight experience, replace tables with toilets and serve dinner in a prison.
29 May 2012

The Passport blog

Japan’s northernmost distillery

Japanese distilleries are producing some of the best whiskies in the world, with Nikka Whisky’s Yoichi distillery laying the foundation for the industry.
Read more… 12 April 2012

Worldwide Weird

Feline fun in Japan’s cat cafes

Japan has nearly 150 cafes that house anywhere from 12 to 24 cats, but cuddling with the kitties does not come cheap.
Read more… 03 April 2012

Kyoto’s coffee culture

In a city known for its affinity for tea, owner-run cafes – which take both coffee and the space in which it is consumed very seriously -- are flourishing.
Read more… 08 March 2012

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