Liam Carrigan

As a six year resident of Osaka, Liam Carrigan knows the city inside and out. He writes regularly for a number of other online and print publications across the world. Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, Liam first game to Japan in 2006. Liam graduated from Edinburgh Napier University in 2006 with a BA in Journalism. He believes a reporter’s first allegiance must always be to the truth, no matter how inconvenient that truth may be.
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Gaming Centers Feel Virus Impact: This Week in Osaka February 26th to March 5th 2021

Each week, here at Osaka.com, we bring you a selection of some of the top stories about Osaka making the local and national news here in Japan. Sometimes it’s serious, sometimes it’s funny, but...

Hospital and Clinical Visits: Getting Medical Help in Osaka

Hospital visits aren’t fun. However, if you must, then Japanese hospitals rank alongside the very best. Healthcare provision here is among the best in the world, and Osaka is no exception. However, the healthcare system...

Early End to SOE: This Week in Osaka Feb 19 to 26 2021

Each week, here at Osaka.com, we bring you a selection of some of the top stories about Osaka making the local and national news here in Japan. Sometimes it’s serious, sometimes it’s funny, but...

Vaccine Finally Arrives: This Week in Osaka February 12th to 19th 2021

Each week, here at Osaka.com, we bring you a selection of some of the top stories about Osaka making the local and national news here in Japan. Sometimes it’s serious, sometimes it’s funny, but...

Myanmarese Protest: This Week in Osaka February 5th to 12th 2021

Each week, here at Osaka.com, we bring you a selection of some of the top stories about Osaka making the local and national news here in Japan. Sometimes it’s serious, sometimes it’s funny, but...

Emergency Extended: This Week in Osaka January 29th to February 5th 2021

Each week, here at Osaka.com, we bring you a selection of some of the top stories about Osaka making the local and national news here in Japan. Sometimes it’s serious, sometimes it’s funny, but...

Billiken: The Unofficial Mascot of Osaka

If there’s one thing the Japanese love, it’s cutesy mascot characters, and Billiken is no different. From Kumamoto’s adorable chubby bear, Kumamon, to Funabashi City’s bizarre infant/pear hybrid “Funnashi” these characters are everywhere. My...

“Olympics Should Be Postponed” This Week in Osaka January 22nd to January 29th 2021

Each week, here at Osaka.com, we bring you a selection of some of the top stories about Osaka making the local and national news here in Japan. Sometimes it’s serious, sometimes it’s funny, but...

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