Could the lessons of the sacred founder buried on Mount Koya bring harmony between foreign visitors and their local hosts?
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Young people recall their best-ever moments spent out and about in Kansai's famously lively commercial hub.
I've been living in Japan for a few months now, and since coming here my diet has consisted of four major food groups: carbohydrates, other fried stuff, cigarettes and canned ice coffee. It was somewhere between the fifth and sixth floor stairwell of my ...
Japanese citizens in Kansai's commercial capital were asked whether they plan to cast a ballot in the Oct. 22 Lower House poll — and why (or why not).