Slip-Ups and Slip-Ons: A Walk Through a Japanese Home

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Dean Moriarty navigates footwear and cutoms in Japanese homes.

Asian Opposites: Japan to Cambodia – Japan, Thailand and Cambodia

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Dean Moriarty heads to Cambodia and arrives at what looks like an Asian version of Las Vegas.

A Morning at Peace – Nagasaki, Japan

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home_march16_peace.jpgNagasaki has so

Sakura-no-Yu – Mizusawa, Iwate, Japan

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Juha Uitto enters an onsen, where he hot mineral water that smelled like sulphur would melting the knots in strained muscles.

‘Hotto, Hotto!’ – A Japanese Onsen Experience

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home_feb11_onsen.jpgCarlie Daley relaxes in a Japanese hot spring just outside of Kyoto.

The Full Monty for the First Time – Kyushu, Japan

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Samantha Stokell learns onsen are not only good for cleansing the body, but also the mind.

The Other Side of the Pacific – Japan

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John England grew accustomed to being patted on the head by Japanese people as a child touring the country.

Working for the Wasabi – Fukuoka, Japan

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home_oct14_japan.jpgOn her final evening

West of the Sun – Kyoto, Japan

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Philip Blazdell had forgotten how beautiful life can be…especially west of the sun.

Sitting On Trains – Japan

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Only in Japan would Carlie Daley’s passport and wallet with all its contents intact find its way back into her hands within 24 hours of losing it.