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  • Posted: 2020.01.21

    Kumihama Doll Festival (Hinamatsuri) in Kyotango

    To celebrate hinamatsuri (sometimes called doll festival or girl's day) families with daughters under 10 set …

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  • Posted: 2020.01.8

    Strawberry Picking

    Strawberry season starts in January in Kyotango. Farmers use greenhouses to get the crop out early. This …

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  • Posted: 2019.12.30

    We will resume our business on January 3(Fri)2020

    Due to the New Year holiday in Japan, our tourist information center will be closed on the following days. …

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  • Posted: 2019.12.6

    Educational Holidays are Easy to Plan in Kyotango

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpdXdva14zc Hong Kong Students on an Educational Holiday to Japan A g…

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  • Posted: 2019.11.29

    Kyotango’s Kumihama Oysters

    All that keeps the rough waves of the Sea of Japan out of Kumihama Bay is a narrow sandbar, only 200 meters a…

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  • Posted: 2019.11.26

    The Autumn Leaves of Kyotango

    In Kyotango we have more than just the seaside. We have many hills filled with an abundance of nature. Join m…

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  • Posted: 2019.11.15

    Cooking Taiza Crab – Kyotango Crab Season part 3

    We found out where the crab come from in part 1 and where you can buy them in part 2, now lets start cooking …

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  • Posted: 2019.11.13

    Taiza Crab Auction and Shopping – Kyotango Crab Season part 2

    In part 1 we learned a little about where Taiza crab come from. This time we'll find out how they are sold, a…

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  • Posted: 2019.11.11

    Crab Trawlers Heading Out – Kyotango Crab Season Part 1

    Crab season is a big deal in Kyotango. It's the main draw for domestic tourism during the cold winter months.…

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  • Posted: 2019.11.5

    Japanese Poetry Day in Kyotango

    In Kyotango there is a park built to honour Komachi, she was a Heian period (794-1185) poet who lived in the…

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