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We, JALAC regularly introduce the articles with links on the latest news from Japan published on the Nippon Communications Foundation’s English WEB site “Nippon.com”. The news articles will help readers to learn the latest politics, economics, society, and culture in Japan.

Nippon.com is published in seven languages: Japanese, English, Chinese, French, Spanish, Arabic, and Russian and is produced by the Nippon Communications Foundation with support from the Nippon Foundation. The Nippon Communications Foundation promotes understanding of Japan through web-based publishing and other activities

Sado: A Golden Isle in the Sea of Japan [April 16]

Sado is one of Japan’s largest islands. It offers visitors stunning natural scenes, captivating cultural exper […]

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Breakfast Nirvana in Unspoiled Noto: Yuyado Sakamoto Elevates Rustic Simplicity [April 16]

MenuUsuage (thin-fried) tōfu stewed with ginkgo nutsGrilled dried deep-sea smelt (megisu)Ganmodoki (tōfu fritt […]

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Innkeeper Sakamoto Shin’ichirō on the Art of Simple Luxury [April 16]

At his tranquil, secluded inn near the northern tip of the Noto Peninsula, Sakamoto Shin’ichirō has achieved s […]

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Breakfasting with the Brewers: A Visit to the Masuichi-Ichimura Sake Brewery [April 16]

MenuRaw eggPicklesRiceMiso soupThe small town of Obuse in Nagano Prefecture, set against the scenic backdrop o […]

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“Nihonshu” Now : Behind the Global Sake Renaissance [April 16]

Sake is hot! Or to be precise, premium-grade sake (most often served slightly chilled) has taken the global ma […]

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Know Your “Nihonshu”: Understanding Sake Brewing [April 16]

Sake authority Sandō Atsuko explains the complex sake-brewing process that has developed over the centuries an […]

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Know Your “Nihonshu”: Types of Sake and Their Characteristics [April 16]

The simple term nihonshu encompasses many types of sake, spanning a wide range of flavors, aromas, and prices. […]

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Know Your “Nihonshu”: Sake Tasting Demystified [April 16]

You don’t have to be a connoisseur to enjoy sake, but you can add a rich new dimension to your enjoyment by ex […]

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A Cherry Blossom Expert’s Guide to Flower Viewing  [April 16]

In Japan, once the cherry blossoms start blooming it seems to be all anyone talks about. We asked the secretar […]

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Cherry Blossoms and Rock Formations in Onomichi, Western Japan [April 16]

Senkōji Park: A gorgeous view of Onomichi adorned with cherry trees. ・Descendants of all Japan’s “Three Great […]

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