It Happened One Night (Again) – Japanese Alps

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Seperated from his lover, Philip Blazdell wanders the streets of Japan, half a world away.

When Boys Became Giants: The Japanese Alps, May 2005 – Japanese Alps, Japan

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Dawn is a few hours away and Philip Blazdell is sneaking around the hotel with a forty-foot LAN cable, a stolen laptop, a six-pack of Japanese beer and a box of sushi.

Japanese Toilet Technology – Japan

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When Jessica Hampton got to Japan, she was so dazzled by the cleanliness around her that that immediately did the previously unthinkable in a gesture of trust and international good-will: she used a s

An Orison of Colour – Tokyo, Japan

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Phlip Blazdell wonders how anyone could ever fall in love in such a place where nothing looks real and shadows are merely story-book tales and vague longings.

Hiking Kuju – Aso-Kuju National Park, Kyushu, Japan

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Escaping the crowds in Japan is a wonderful experience but so is returning to the people.

Seven hours in Osaka: Blowfish, Bicycles, and Bizarre Sporting Celebrations – Osaka, Japan

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Seven Foot Square – Tokyo, Japan

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Philip Blazdell wonders what it would be like to penetrate the Japanese mind and rummage around in the lingerie-drawer of their thoughts.

Round The World by Bike: The Records from my Travel-Worn Satchel – Japan

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Alastair Humphreys takes on Japan, the land of (cliche warning!) many contrasts.

Fragile – Japan

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By the time Philip Blazdell reaches the front of the queue, he will probably be a grand-father and his passport will have expired.

Crime and Punishment – Tokyo, Japan

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home_feb17_jeff.jpgJeff Eagar learned two