Little Secrets of Kiso Fukushima
The Kiso Valley is a very popular destination in Nagano prefecture, especially for backpackers and history buf...
The Onbashira Festival 2016 « Nagano Ambassadors Blog
Once every seven years, the Suwa area (in central Nagano) holds the Onbashira festival. In this festival, thou...
Just another day in the Hakuba Valley!
How to Make your Own Oyaki
Oyaki are one of Nagano’s traditional foods and most delicious snacks. Like Soba, they have been an important ...
How Japan's saltiest residents came to live the longest | The Japan Times
January is a month when many of us resolve to eat healthier. Japan, with its worldwide reputation for health a...