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Friday, September 20, 2019
Nature & Experience Promotion Campaign
The Nature & Experience Promotion Campaign, held by Kochi Prefecture from February 1st, 2019 to December 31st, 2020, promotes touris...
Let’s do some whale watching this summer!
Kochi Prefecture CIR Valerie Teo It’s summer. When we talk about summer, the sea comes to mind. For those who cannot get en...
Nature & Experience Promotion Campaign “Grape-picking”
This banner greets everyone The theme this time is “Nature and Experience Promotion Campaign”, so after examining several activities...
Kochi Lifestyle Q&A
Q . I want to try out various activities in Kochi! Is there any way I can easily gather information and make reservations? A . Yes there ...
Monday, June 24, 2019
Tasty / Happy / Fun Susaki ~Morning” at a Café~
Me and Shinjo-kun Kochi City Hall CIR Marisa Susaki is famous for Shinjo-kun, but I heard that this city has an interesting tr...
Reflect on yourself through an hour of Zen meditation in the morning
Temple gate of Gokokuji Going through the temple gates In this edition, CIR Naomi and KIA staff visited Gokokuji Temple in Iguchicho...
Kochi Lifestyle Q&A: Q. Are there consultation services for foreigners for various fields? A. Yes, there are such places below!
① Kochi Consultation Center for Foreign Residents This center opened as a new organization under KIA at the end of May 2019! It assist...
Friday, March 29, 2019
Let’s make a “Ryoma Passport” and travel around Kochi!
The Ryoma Passport is an item which gets you special perks simply by showing it at various tourist facilities, hot springs, road station...
Having fun in Nankoku City with the Ryoma Passport!
Kochi City CIR Marisa The cold weather has all but disappeared, and spring, the season where Japan’s beautiful cherry blossoms start ...
Let’s enjoy Akaoka with our Ryoma Passports!
Kochi Prefecture CIR Valerie Teo We’re off to Akaoka Station! Akaoka used to be called Konan’s “Commercial Town”, and nostalgic sc...
Kochi Lifestyle Q&A : The theme this time is HAY FEVER!!!
Sakura (cherry blossoms) is synonymous with spring in Japan. The Sakura around Kochi Castle are indeed beautiful. In the spring, the pla...
Friday, March 1, 2019
Japanese Cultural Experience Japanese archery
Kochi Castle Museum of History will provide opportunities for foreigners to experience traditional Japanese culture. This year we will...
Wednesday, December 26, 2018
Let’s Learn about Kochi’s Forestry Industry
In the dark forest which blocks out the sun’s light For this issue we went to the Hokigamine Forest Park in Kami City, which was est...
Cycling Around the Mountain Villages
Domestic woodland areas are located near to settlements, and thus indicate a deep connection to the humans around them. These communitie...
Kochi Lifestyle Q&A : Winter in Kochi is colder than you’d expect. Other than turning on the heater, what are some ways to keep warm?
Kochi is called “Tropical Tosa” but can be surprisingly cold in the winter. The temperature can fall below 0℃ in January and February. ...
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