A BRIDGE BETWEEN AUSTRALIA AND JAPAN!

We like to see Australians enjoying all that Japan has to offer. We're passionate about supporting exchange with Japan not only through travel, but also by welcoming Japanese culture into our lifestyles at here at home in Australia, which is what G'Day Japan! is all about.

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Kawaii Stuff: Animals in Japan (part 1)

Discover Ayla Yuile Ayla Yuile

Japan is known for many things, for its traditional culture, for its food, for its abundant powder snow, and for being the home of truly ‘kawaii’ (cute) stuff! We are diving right into the big wide world of kawaii and we are starting with the animals in Japan, because in true Japanese fashion, they… Read More

Sumo: Japan’s biggest national sport!

Tours & Activities Ayla Yuile Ayla Yuile

Sumo is a national sport of Japan; a form of wrestling that has over a thousand years of history! Image via Robb Report Even after all of these years, it’s much loved by the Japanese people, and it’s a mainstream sport that can be watched freely on television. Viewing sumo at a tournament is on… Read More

All About Cherry Blossoms

Culture Ayla Yuile Ayla Yuile

The gorgeous blush coloured Cherry Blossoms are one of Japan’s key icons, although in recent years, Japan’s abundant powder snow has attracted many from around the world in winter, the Cherry Blossom season remains to be one of its key attractions, and for a very good reason. Photo by JJ Ying on… Read More

Kansai Tourism Seminar Report

Osaka Event Ayla Yuile Ayla Yuile

Do you know what’s in the centre of Japan? The Kansai region known as western Japan is located in the middle of Honshu (the main island of Japan). Not only that, the Kansai region was at the centre of Japanese politics and culture until the 19th century. The region consists of 10 prefectures and m… Read More

We want to go to Tokushima!!

Tokushima Event Ayla Yuile Ayla Yuile

We were invited to join the Discover Tokushima Tourism Seminar in early February and there we got to learn what a wonderful and mystical place Tokushima is. By the time we left the seminar we were ready to pack our hiking boots and be on our way to enjoy all that Tokushima has to offer. In recent … Read More

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Liberty

Tokyo Snow Gear GJ Editor GJ Editor

Although it’s slightly hidden in a back alley, away from the main street of Kanda-ogawa, Liberty is one store that’s hard to miss. The two bright lightening strikes that decorate the building announces its presence to every passer by. It’s not just the decoration that’s interesting about Liberty… Read More

F.Janck

Tokyo Snow Gear GJ Editor GJ Editor

Snowboarders couldn’t possibly go past F.Janck – a mega store that specialises in all things snowboard – it’s a one stop shop that stocks everything from equipments big and small to snowboarding apparel and accessories. It’s no surprise that the store needs four floors, the F.Janck prides itself… Read More

One Make

Tokyo Snow Gear GJ Editor GJ Editor

One Make is a fairly recent addition to the Kanda-ogawa machi shopping district. Opened just three years ago on the main street of Yasukuni-dori, One Make specialises in snowboarding equipment. The spacious store is filled the best and latest in snowboarding goods all displayed beautifully, espe… Read More

Fuso Ski & Snowboard

Tokyo Snow Gear GJ Editor GJ Editor

There are countless ski and snowboard specialty stores in Kanda-ogawa but not many can compete with Fuso Ski & Snowboard’s floorspace. With such a massive store, you can expect to find a wide range of ski and snowboarding equipments as well as snow apparel and accessories. Fuso Ski & Snowbo… Read More

Ski Shop Vail

Tokyo Snow Gear GJ Editor GJ Editor

Ski Shop Vail opened in June, 2012, and has already established itself within Kanda-ogawa as a major player. The store belongs to a family of specialty stores that have been in the area for over 50 years: Ski Shop Vail has lived up to their standards with superbly refined customer service. The m… Read More

Yuiga Doxon and Yama-no Doxon

Hokkaido Food and Drink GJ Editor GJ Editor

Foodies visiting Furano will want to try out these two restaurants! Yuiga Doxon is a restaurant created with Furano’s abundance of nature and delicious produces in mind. They specialise in Japanese curry and rice, in fact it’s so popular that many wait in line for their curry! The sister rest… Read More

Kodamaya Sobadokoro

Hokkaido Food and Drink GJ Editor GJ Editor

If you’re looking for the best soba restaurant in Furano, Kodomaya Sobadokoro is the place to go. The restaurant is large, seating over one hundred people, and guests can choose between Western or Japanese style dining. The soba is made from two kinds of specially selected buckwheat flour, and t… Read More

Tomikawa Seimensho

Hokkaido Food and Drink GJ Editor GJ Editor

At both of Tomikawa Seimenjo’s locations, all dishes are made without the use of artificial flavours, sourcing local ingredients and applying years of knowledge to create some truly scrumptious and yet satisfying dishes. They use only noodles made in-house with flour sourced locally in Furano an… Read More

Kumagera

Hokkaido Food and Drink GJ Editor GJ Editor

Feast your appetite on Furano’s local Japanese cuisine from Kumagera restaurant – the perfect eatery catering to every tourist. Founded in 1980, Kumagera is famous for portraying the town of Furano through the ages. The name ‘Kumagera’, is also known as a black woodpecker, which is Furano’s native … Read More

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Hotel Mont Blanc Hakuba Group

Nagano Accommodations GJ Editor GJ Editor

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Hotel Mont Blanc Hakuba Group is made up of four different accommodations in Hakuba. Each has their offer something unique so between the four, there’s definitely something for everyone. There are three hotels, ...Read More

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