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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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Osaka Governor Touts Mouthwash Benefits: This Week in Osaka July 31st to August 7th 2020

Each week, here at Osaka.com, we will 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...

Udon Suki: A Taste of Osaka’s Past

Nothing soothes the soul on a cold winter evening quite like a delicious Japanese hotpot dish. Udon suki is just one Osaka’s own regional variants on this nationally loved...

Embracing the Future: Japan IT Week Osaka

For the past several decades, many other countries have looked up to Japan as a place of technological innovation, research and product development. This is certainly a reputation that is well-earned.

Three Days, One City: The Best of Osaka on a Short Tour

Osaka is a big place. Indeed, it is the third largest city in all of Japan, after Tokyo and Yokohama. In six years of living in Osaka, I still haven’t seen everything...

Covid-19 Vigilance Increases: This Week in Osaka July 24th to July 31st 2020

Each week, here at Osaka.com, we will 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...

Taiko Manju: Banging the Drum for Osaka’s Favourite Sweet!

When people think of the delicious and diverse variety of foods that Osaka has to offer, sweets and desserts aren't typically what initially comes to mind. However, Osaka has a long and...

Get On Your Bike! Introducing the Osaka Motorcycle Show

If you’ve stayed in Osaka for any length of time, especially in an apartment or hotel that lies somewhere along the roadside of Minato Dori or Chuo Dori (the two longest roads...

Kitsune Udon: Osaka’s Foxiest Food

A bowl of udon noodles is one of those Japanese foods that’s always welcome, any time of the day. Whether it is as part of a hearty breakfast, to set you up...

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