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January 11 is Coming of Age Day in Japan

This year, 2129 young Japanese born between April 2, 2000 and April 1, 2001 will be celebrating new adulthood, but thanks to COVID, perhaps in a different way.

Osechi: Japan’s Traditional New Year’s Food

Japan has some very unique New Year’s traditions, and one of the most famous is the food. Osechi, or traditional Japanese New Year’s cuisine, is as complex in its meaning…

Wabi-Sabi – Finding beauty in imperfection

Wabi-Sabi is to appreciate everything in its simplest, raw, and natural form with all its flaws and imperfections while accepting that nothing lasts forever. It is not something depicting in…

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 get home internet in Japan

So you’ve found your own place in Japan! But before you head down to the local Nitori to furnish your place, there is one crucial step. Access to the world…

How to spend Christmas in Japan

Christmas trees, poinsettias, and Santa Clauses have popped up all over Tokyo in stores and public areas, but what does Christmas really mean in Japan?

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!
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