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Issue 75

Discover campsites, auto camping, glamping and camper van travel this summer! Our Summer 2020 issue features a Camping Guide to help you navigate our favorite campsites across Japan. Our Summer issue also remembers C.W. Nicol who was the face of Japan's outdoor industry and founded Afan Woodlands Trust. We sit down with long-time Baird lead-brewer Chris Poel who has taken his talents on the road, gypsy brewing in Japan with various brewers and opening up his own Shiokaze BrewLab just outside of Tokyo. Musician and NatGeo host Nick Saxon traveled to Japan for another gig at Winterland in Nozawa Onsen before hitting the road in a camper van with our friends at Dream Drive. He and his fiancé, Shino, returned with a photo essay. There’s no better time to get outside and into the open spaces, and be grateful for this beautiful place we call home. Every season is a new adventure in Japan—get out there!