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Finding South Asian Food in Tokyo

Living in a new country is exciting. The sights, the sounds, the smells, there’s so much to explore. However, one aspect that really worries many people that come from South…

LINE Pay: What Is It and How Does It Work?

If you are living in Japan, or love Japan and are watching Japanese shows from abroad, you have probably come across LINE, the popular messaging app. Exchanging LINE contacts is…

Basic Guide to Visas in Japan

*Due to the spread of COVID-19, Japan has tightened regulations for entering the country. Check here for more information. Is it your lifelong dream to climb Mt. Fuji or eat…

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3 Japanese Healthy Foods To Try This Autumn

Devil’s tongue, daikon, and shiitake: what are they, and what are they good for? Read on to learn about three Japanese superfoods you should try this autumn!

Modern Sake Wakaze – A Downtown Brewery

A modern sake brewery located in the heart of downtown Tokyo is reinventing the traditional drink in a way never seen before… by adding tea and botanicals!

How to Make a Bank Transfer in Japan

It’s true that in the era of high-speed internet and smart phones, you can handle most of your money matters in Japan using TransferWise or LINE Pay. But when it…

Foreigner Friendly Apartments and Share Houses in Japan.

We provide a free matching service between you and the property manager. Our services are designed to help who want to live in Japan.

How to buy a Shinkansen ticket

A detailed explanation on purchasing a Shinkansen ticket. I will also give some helpful information on what to watch out for when purchasing and utilizing the Shinkansen.

How to Bring Your Pet to Japan

If you’re determined to achieve the dream of studying or living long-term in Japan but just can’t bear to part with your furry friend, this is the article for you!…

How to buy Japanese skin care products

In this article, I have given a step by step guide on using Japanese skin care products as well as the Japanese vocabularies to watch out for and some detailed…

Public Holidays in Japan

There are currently sixteen national holidays in Japan. They were established by the Public Holiday Law in 1948.