3 phrases you have to know in Japan!

3 phrases you’ll hear everywhere in Japan When visiting Japan, you will probably bring some phrasebooks which teach you some basic Japanese phrases such as Konnichiwa(hello). However, there are many peculiar phrases that are hard to explain in another language. If you know these phrases, your trip to Japan or your Japanese studying might get…

University Clubs/ Circles: College life in Japan

An essential part to the Japanese college experience is joining a school activity groups. Not surprisingly, university clubs are where young people form their closest social networks, some of which would extend into lifelong friendship. The intensity of relationships one can form in these activity groups makes it a great source of inspiration for many…

Three Unusual but Amazing Things about Japan

Japan has its own perks and being bizarre is one of them. Visiting Japan can be like visiting Narnia, (if we talk about unique and bizarre things). But one thing you will love about the country is that in all the bizarreness some things are actually amazing. 1. Delay Certificate japanvisitor.blogspot.jp/ On your first visit,…

Have you ever looked MARSHMALLOW UNDER WATER!?

Whenever I hear word “CUTE” I always remember the country Japan, because undeniably we can find loads of cuteness stuffs in this country. One day I stumbled upon this cute fluffy green like marshmallow which can be found under the water. well at first glance all I thought it was just a normal sea creature…

Is Enjoying Anime a Childish hobby? Here’s Proof That it’s Not!

Have you ever told someone that you enjoy anime only to receive judgement for having ‘childish’ hobbies? Or have you been that person to judge another based on their pastimes of watching such animations? Well I’d like to explore the much more diverse world of anime and manga than what is regularly perceived by those…

5 Japanese Things That the Visitors Find Amazing

Aside from ancient castles, breathtaking views and rich culture, there is more to Japan’s amazingness than the tourists spot. Check out the below quirks that you can only find in Japan and that seem to blow first-time travelers’ minds away. 1. Washlets sakura-hotel-ikebukuro.com There are two types of toilets in Japan. The squat type and…

The well-known Japanese Bullet Train

Bullet train or also known in Japan as shinkansen. It is a high-speed rail that achieved high safety and stability due to increasing range of technologies in Japan that is consider as world-class. It is supported with what we called magnetic levitation and it will float four inches above the concrete pathway that is why…

Golden Week: the Consecutive May Holidays

In Japan, the last days of April do not only mark the time of the year when the temperature is arguably at its best for excursions; the calendar also tells us it’s vacation time! It’s GOLDEN WEEK! “Golden Week” (ゴールデンウィーク) is what Japanese people call a certain period of the year, within which, four national…

The story behind the #1 hit song Sukiyaki

Song Sukiyaki has a remarkable story behind it – being a Japanese hit that became popular in the US even with having lyrics in Japanese that no one in the states could understand. The actor and singer Kyu Sakamoto was a star, and this song, known in Japan as “Ue O Muite Aruko,” was a…

Tissue-Pack Marketing: the Japanese Phenomenon

What’s tissue-pack marketing? dkshukugou.exblog.jp If you’ve been to Japan, you may have witnessed the concept of tissue-pack marketing whenever you walk out a cetnral station or are in the crowded areas. Usually, for most people, when offered flyers or brochure ads by randoms on the street, we tend to either reject them or accept them…
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