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Art Week Tokyo Pass

Art Week Tokyo is an annual showcase of the creativity and diversity of the Japanese contemporary art scene.

Japanese Literature Starter Guide

Curious about Japanese literature but can’t figure out where to dive in? From classical pieces to modern tales, you’ll find something intriguing in this starter’s guide to Japanese literature.

WWOOFing in Japan

Are you someone who prefers being right smack in the middle of nature and not afraid to get down and dirty? Experience Japan away from Tokyo and try WWOOFing. 

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.

A guide to the interview process in Japan

The hiring process in Japan can shock job seekers due to the unwritten rules and code of conduct that companies expect you to be acquainted with. Read on to uncover…

Shonan and Enoshima

Want an easy beach getaway from Tokyo? Shonan is located about 30 minutes from Yokohama by train. There’s lots to do as you soak in the summer rays and spend…

Expensive fruits in Japan

Oddly shaped, well-cushioned, and protected in fancy packaging – fruits in Japan can shock tourists because of their hefty price tags. But are they truly worth it? Let’s find out. 

How to Dispose of Bulk Garbage in Japan

Did you know that you need to pay to get rid of trash in Japan; hence, many opt to give away second-hand items instead of throwing them out because of…

Visit Fussa, Tokyo’s “Little America”

Looking for an interesting day trip within Tokyo? Wanna take a stab at American-style karaoke? Take a trip to Fussa, a town in Western Tokyo heavily influenced by Yokota Air…

Baseball in Japan

Baseball, known as 野球yakyuu, is a popular summer event in Japan, loved by both young and old! Read this article to find out about the history dating back to the…

3 Simple Ways To Start Saving Fast in Japan

Looking for straightforward ways to save some cash while living your best life in Japan? Here are three simple tips that’ll get some extra money in your pocket pronto!