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The Shinto Shrines of Japan & Their History

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Shinto Shrines have become synonymous with Japan. These beautiful structures are an integral part of the rich history of this wonderful country. However, the understanding of these Shinto Shrines can be quite difficult for a western audience to interpret. In fact, there are words pertaining to these spiritual structures that don’t even have an equivalent in the English language. This makes understanding the significance behind these shrines that much more difficult, but arguably all that more appealing.

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the 5 best capsule hotels in tokyo
Guest post, Travel Tips

The 5 Best Capsule Hotels in Tokyo

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Last day of April, and I am glad to share with you something different (thanks to Carmela Rodriguez); a short guide to Capsule Hotel in Tokyo!

Tokyo is the land of the robot-run cafes and some of the world’s most advanced technology. So if you’re heading to Japan’s capital city, why not stay in a futuristic capsule?

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5 Top Destinations to Practice Your Japanese
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5 Top Destinations to Practice Your Japanese | Guest Post

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Good morning everyone! My Japanese adventures are still going on, and in the next days I will post some new glances about Tokyo life and craziness, BUT today I am so happy to share with you a guest article by Sean Hopwood, founder of Day Translation, Inc.

Here you have his top five locations to practice your Japanese – in Japan of course! Enjoy!

Cover photo by Banglu Cheng on Unsplash

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crisi e opportunità | un mito da sfatare
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Unmask the myth – Crisis and opportunity

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I am pleased to offer you this interesting post from Riccardo, author and owner of  Studiare (da) Giapponese, an italian blog dedicated to the japanese language and culture. This collaboration started from my huge curiosity about the language tricks and myths for a foreigner student, so I asked Riccardo to unmask a linguistic myth for me, and so here you have it! It is in italian for now, but let me know if you may be interested in having it translated in english…

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