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「Visual Anthropology of Japan: Neighborhood Fall Festival」Presentation at AJJ 2019 Spring Workshop @ Minpaku

Anthropology of Japan in Japan 2019 Spring Workshop April 20-21, 2019 The National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku), Suita City, Osaka See schedule below for other presentations. 「Visual Anthropology of Japan: Neighborhood Fall Festival」 Sunday, April 21, 2019 14:30, Conference Room 6 Abstract: For over fifteen years, I have been living in Shirogaki-cho in Kadoma City, Osaka Prefecture, a small bedroom community conveniently located between a...
Tags: Photography, Japan, Anthropology, Community, Shinto, Visual Anthropology, Visual Ethnography, Fall Festival, Minpaku, Danjiri, Shirogaki, Kadoma City Osaka Prefecture, Ronald Dore, Eyal Ben Ari, Ted Bestor, Lucile Druet

How to find cheap lodging in Japan

Japan recently and hurriedly removed thousands of Airbnb listings in order to conform to new short-term leasing laws across the country, leaving visitors scrambling to find suitable, cheap alternatives. The past month has been chaotic to say the least, as Japan isn’t exactly well-known as a destination for budget travelers. Though low priced, healthy food is readily available, and a night out drinking or even a bit of travel by bus or train quickly adds up. The new law, known as Minpaku, has ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Accommodation, Tokyo, Airbnb, Kyoto, Accommodations, All, Shibuya, Tokyo Osaka Nagoya, Budget Accommodation, Cheap Accommodations, Minpaku