Whether its drift ice, onsen, skiing or snow festivals, Hokkaido knows how to do winters.
Many symbols of Gifu’s cultural heritage are still present today, including 250-year-old farmhouses and catching fish with aquatic birds!
Osaka prefecture is renowned for its spirit and fine food. It’s one of Japan’s two urban (府) prefectures with 33 cities.
Kanagawa seems to have it all, a little Kyoto, views of Fuji-san, a blue-flag beach, a national park and a thriving capital city!
Autumn is finally here and our Coto November Events calendar is full of fun activities for you to enjoy.
Tokyo Prefecture is the third smallest prefecture in Japan, consisting of 23 special wards, all of which are governed like cities.
Let’s learn this simple phrase to ask if you can pay for an item with a credit card.
Sports and Health Day in Japan is more closely associated with exercise, the community and healthy-eating, but is there anything else we should pay attention to?
Coto Student Joan arrived in Japan from Spain with no Japanese knowledge but learned quickly as he started working at a Japanese company.
We’re very excited to hold our annual Halloween Costume Party! Come join us for food and drink and a chance to show off your best costumes.
In this article we will cover the key words and sentences you need to remember when ordering at a Japanese fast food restaurant.
Far from being a new practice, the foundations of Autumnal Equinox Day were actually laid out centuries ago. But, many moons later, are the origins of this holiday still relevant today?