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The GP Newsletter is out! 

• Top 5 Landmark Anime Films
• The Best Waffles In Ginza
• Enjoy Sake In Hida Takayama

• The Art Of Bonsai In Omiya-Koen
• How To Speak Japanese Without Fear
• The Neon Lights Of Dotonbori

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It's surprising to me how many high restaurants here are popular for serving breakfast food. I've seen long lines outside of a pancake shop! 

But if waffles are your thing, head over to NOA Cafe in Ginza.

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/noa-cafe-ginza-waffle-district/
Those with a sweet tooth will be delighted to know that Ginza's cafes have a strong focus on dessert. From cakes to parfaits, there's no shortage of sweets to choose from in Ginza, but one of the items most favored by locals is the humble NOA CAFE waffle.
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Who doesn't love these adorable little trees! 

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The legacy of bonsai has real historical underpinnings to Japanese culture, and the once flourishing practice of bonsai making has dwindled down to a very small, but incredibly impressive collection of artisians.
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GP language contributor Olly Richards is back with another tip in his Kickstart Your Japanese series. 

In this article he addresses the concern of being too afraid to speak Japanese. 

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/kickstart-japanese-speak-without-fear/
A writer learns to write by writing. An athlete becomes great by putting in the hours on the field. If you want to get great at speaking you need to… spend hours speaking.
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Summer is coming and that means mosquito season! Learn how to protect yourself with these Japanese products. 

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/dealing-mosquitoes-japan/
Summer in Japan means high humidity and mosquitos! Luckily, there are plenty of products available for dealing with mosquitos in Japan.
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The Neon Lights of Dotonbori. 

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Dotonbori is the beating heart of Osaka’s nightlife and is famous for its neon lights and entertainment, and really comes alive at night when the neon lights up together with the sounds and smells of the district.
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I was having some issues with our SoundCloud account but finally I'm able to post this week's podcast.

On this show I talk to the hosts of the Anime Addicts Anonymous podcast about their top five landmark films that have helped define the world of anime.

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/gpod-19-anime-addicts-anonymous-podcast/
Mitsugi and Chiaki from the Anime Addicts Anonymous Podcast are on the GPod to discuss their top five landmark films that have helped define the world of anime.
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Take a trip around Tokyo on the Yamanote Line and learn more about the many attractions connected to this vital train line. Exploring Tokyo On The Yamanote Line
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Spring has arrived in Tokyo. Time to get outside and explore these pedestrian friendly shopping streets. 
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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