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Mooponto

Mooponto


mooponto is the only website in English devoted to japanese minimalist architecture. You can read more here: http://www.mooponto.com/about/ URL: http://www.mooponto.com/ Start Date: May 8, 2012 Location:  Ljubljana, Slovenia About this Japan blogger Darko Svilar, founder and main editor Advertisements

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Japan Blog: Japanese Deisgn

JAPANESE DESIGN


Japanese Design is a website dedicated to design and art made in Japan. It showcases well designed products, websites, interiors, architecture, fashion, typography, outstanding graphics, illustrations, ceramics and more. The blog features the best Japanese artists, designers and design studios. Magdalena Dymańska, owner of the Japanese Design blog, is a graphic designer and illustrator living […]

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Biblioteca Giapponese

Biblioteca Giapponese


Reviews, news & much more about books on Japanese literature and Japanese culture. Anna Lisa Somma (webwriter and social media manager) writes about Japan online and offline since 2003. URL: http://www.bibliotecagiapponese.it/ Start Date: October, 2008 Location: Italy

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Camachosan

Camachosan


I write about my adventures in Japan. I try to cover everything and anything that happens to me in my daily life as an expat in Japan. URL: http://www.camachosan.com/ Start Date: November 10, 2012 Location: Gero city, Gifu, Japan About this Japan blogger In October of 2012, I moved to Japan to manage a commercial printing company. In […]

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Anime Reviews

Anime Reviews


Anime Reviews is a blog dedicated to reviewing anime released in the U.S. on DVD and Blu-ray. In addition to anime we also review Japanese figures and talk about the economical impcat of anime on the Japanese and Western markets. URL: http://animereviews.co/ Start Date: December 6th, 2011 Location: USA About this Japan blogger Nadav: The Anime Reviews creator […]

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Matsuri Times

Matsuri Times


All about matsuri – a collection of photography, videos, and stories from religious, folk, historic, and modern festivals in Japan. URL:  http://www.matsuritimes.com/ Start Date: January 1, 2010 Location: Osaka, Japan About this Japan blogger I have lived in Japan for over five years now. Soon after coming to Japan I became attracted by all sorts of […]

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Ink Treasures

Ink Treasures


Ink Treasures is a blog co-created by two accomplished artists, an ink painter Mariusz Szmerdt, and a calligrapher Ponte Ryuurui. The site is devoted to the subject of Japanese and Chinese calligraphy and ink painting. The area covered by our articles is very wide. We write about history, traditions, cultural aspects, modern art, etc., but […]

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Over A Hedge

Over A Hedge


Over a Hedge attempts to connect the threads that link historical and contemporary Japan to the world. This broad mission statement allows me to blog about traditional and pop culture, covering everything from biwa music to the latest ninja-themed board game. There is a heavy travel flavour to the blog as well, with an emphasis […]

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Ikebana opens door to Japan

Ikebana opens door to Japan


Ikebana, ikenobo, the process of learning ikebana for a beginner, the process by which ikebana study opened the door for me to a fascination with Japan, its history and culture. The blog is about the history and context of ikebana within Japan as well as my own learning process and experience with ikebana in the […]

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Japan Blog: NyNyOnline

NyNyOnline


The origin of the blog’s name comes from my nickname NyNy. With the name NyNyOnline, I’ve decided to blog more about me and the topics I love to write about and Japanese culture is  a part of it. I post a lot of cuisine, entertainment, editorials pieces and practising my japanese. Currently, I am a […]

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