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If you are taking clients out for dinner tonight, here is some important tips to keep in mind. 
Follow these simple rules of Japanese dining etiquette to impress your clients and build your business future.
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Children’s Day, which takes place every year on May 5th, is a day that families with young boys will often hang koinobori outside their homes.
Tatebayashi, a small town in Gunma Prefecture is home to one of Japan's largest koinobori festivals.

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/tatebayashis-koinobori-festival/
Tatebayashi’s Koinobori Village Festival is held every year from late March to early May.
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What are your thoughts on politeness in Japan? http://blog.gaijinpot.com/japanese-politeness/
Are the Japanese polite or just cordial for the sake of keeping the harmony?
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One of the best things about Fukuoka is it's a great walking city. Unlike Tokyo or Osaka where you spent an eternity on the trains, Fukuoka is compact enough to make is easy to walk around.

GP contributor, James Darnbrook takes us on a walking tour of Fukuoka.
http://blog.gaijinpot.com/a-walking-tour-of-fukuoka/
Whichever way you go, and whatever you take in, a walking tour of Fukuoka is the best way to see the city.
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Japan has a procedure for everything. What's the correct way to return someone's underwear?

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What's the procedure for returning someone's underwear?
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Do you eat sushi the proper way? 
Sushi is delicate and thoughtful, and I appreciate those chefs who serve something worth savoring.
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What's the secret to flawless Japanese skin? 
The surprising secret that Japanese women use to maintain their flawless skin.
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Looking for something to do in Tokyo this week? Here's a list of upcoming events to check out. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/this-week-in-tokyo-april-20-26-2015/
Check in every Monday morning as we bring you the latest activities and events going on around Tokyo.
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Do you have any hanami parties planned for this weekend? The weather is not looking great here in Tokyo but hopefully we can all get out and enjoy the sakura. 
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Takeda Castle is often called “The Castle in the Sky” and it certainly lives up to its name in its beautiful location high in the mountains.
Takeda Castle was first built as Izushi Castle in 1441 by Otagaki Mitsukage, but was abandoned after the great samurai Battle of Sekigahara.
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The sakura are in full bloom in Tokyo right now. Get out there and enjoy the flowers! 
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Now that the weather is getting warmer here are 3 pedestrians areas to check out in Tokyo. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/tokyos-pedestrians-paradise/
Spring is back and that means the opening of the pedestrian only streets. Lynn Allmon explores the three most well-known pedestrian paradises in Tokyo.
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