Sarah Lemmon

Currently working as an ALT (Assistant Language Teacher) in Kochi City, Sarah is a Canadian expat who spends her free time exploring Kochi Prefecture and trying to devise a better way to keep the tanukis out of her garden. She enjoys going to local festivals and eating too much mochi.

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Try Fresh Fish – Including Kochi’s Famous “Katsuo no Tataki” – at the Kure Taisho Town Market
Try Fresh Fish – Including Kochi’s Famous “Katsuo no Tataki” – at the Kure Taisho Town Market
Kochi Prefecture is known for its fresh, delicious food such as yuzu (citrus fruit), green tea, suga...
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Hungry? Journey Along Hidaka’s “Omurice Path” to Discover Eleven Variations of the Popular Dish
Hungry? Journey Along Hidaka’s “Omurice Path” to Discover Eleven Variations of the Popular Dish
Japan is a food-lover's dream and Kochi Prefecture on the island of Shikoku is especially known...
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Ino Paper Museum and Paper Making
Ino Paper Museum and Paper Making
Japanese paper is known around the world for its high quality and beautiful designs. Within Japan, T...
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Muroto Geopark A Place of Natural Beauty
Muroto Geopark A Place of Natural Beauty
Kochi Prefecture is known for its natural beauty. The coastlines – from Shimanto in the west t...
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Experience the Beauty of Rural Japan at the Shikoku Karst Natural Park
Experience the Beauty of Rural Japan at the Shikoku Karst Natural Park
Shikoku boasts one of Japan's three largest karst territories. Located where Kochi and Ehime Pr...
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The Shinane Festival: Experience Kochi City’s Most Important Shinto Festival at Tosa Shrine
The Shinane Festival: Experience Kochi City’s Most Important Shinto Festival at Tosa Shrine
People in Kochi say that summer begins with the Wanuke Festival in June and ends with the Shinane Fe...
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Kochi Castle – Four Hundred Years of Tosa History
Kochi Castle – Four Hundred Years of Tosa History
Located near Hirome at the end of Otetsuji Street where the weekly Sunday Market is held, Kochi Cast...
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Kochi City’s Historic Sunday Market – Providing Visitors with Fresh Produce for Over 300 Years
Kochi City’s Historic Sunday Market – Providing Visitors with Fresh Produce for Over 300 Years
With the growing interest in local food and concern for the environment, farmer's markets are b...
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Dance Through Kochi’s Streets and History at the Yosakoi Dance Festival
Dance Through Kochi’s Streets and History at the Yosakoi Dance Festival
There is no end of interesting festivals to attend in Japan. Every prefecture, big city and small to...
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What to Eat in Kochi City
What to Eat in Kochi City
Kochi City has no shortage of top quality restaurants. From local specialities like katsuo no tataki...
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Spend an Afternoon Reading Manga for Free at the Yokoyama Memorial Manga Museum
Spend an Afternoon Reading Manga for Free at the Yokoyama Memorial Manga Museum
Fancy spending an afternoon reading a library full of manga for free? The Yokoyama Memorial Manga Mu...
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