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Japan: Arts, Politics, and Economy

Written by: Professor Laura Kina

DePaul’s “Japan: Art, Politics, and Economy” program had a phenomenal time in Okinawa. Check out some of the photos that Professor Laura Kina sent to us below! 363 more words


8 Tips to know before going to Osaka Japan

The third largest city in Japan, Osaka, nickname “Japan’s kitchen”, is a city for food lovers, where you can find lots of different varieties of Japanese food that you can… 13 more words


Qantas’ new Sydney-Osaka direct flights start

(By Qantas)

SYDNEY — Qantas’ direct flights between Sydney and Osaka has started on Thursday, providing passengers with another gateway into Japan following strong growth in travel between the two countries. 178 more words


Stuff That I Found at Osaka Masjid's Halal Store: Cheese Spring Rolls

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This time, I’ll write about the food that I bought from Halal Store at Osaka Masjid. Please click here for Osaka Masjid’s direction. The Halal Store located in 1st floor. 232 more words


Japan Trip: 9D8N Itinerary

Japan is one of the Asian countries that I want to visit next to Korea. Last October of 2016 I was able to visit this country with my friends. 506 more words


A pit stop at Osaka

Day 17 in Autumn 2017

Osaka was covered with Autumn colours. Himeji castle was the highlight of my day in Osaka. One day is really too short to visit Osaka city but it was all I had. 21 more words