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Dining Out in Japan? Here Are 11 Useful Things That You Should Know

Today, I am going to introduce you to 11 useful things that you should know when it comes to having a meal in Japan or having a meal with your Japanese friends. From the moment you set foot in a restaurant until you leave, this article has got you covered! 1. Food sample sugoroku.osaka/ I…

Have a Magical Time at the Tokyo Disney Parks With These 12 Tips!

Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Alice in Wonderland – we all grew up fantasizing about turning into one of those mesmerizing characters. But have you ever imagined how it would be like if Disney’s classics were reborn in the motherland of anime and cosplay, Japan? History and Awards Located in Chiba, Tokyo, the two parks…

A Great Card Game That Will Help Teach Japanese Kids English

If you are living and working in Japan (or plan to), there is a very good chance that you are teaching English. I have been teaching English here for the better part of a decade. I have taught every level and type of student. Teaching children are particularly enjoyable. My favorite age group is 8-12-year-olds…

A Quick Guide on How to Customize Your Starbucks Beverage in Japan

Starbucks might be the largest coffee shop chain in the world, and Japan is no exception. Starbucks is huge here. If you are in one of Japan’s larger cities, you are probably just a stone’s throw from one. And because most Starbucks have free Wi-Fi, it is a great place to check your email, do…

Don’t Let Your Old Clothes Go to Waste: How to Recycle Clothes in Japan

Whether you’re doing a big cleaning to welcome the summer or getting ready to move abroad, getting rid of old clothes is not always an easy task. Here are a few and easy ways to make some space in your home and have your used clothes out of the waste. integritymovers.com/ 1. Bring your old…
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On a Budget? Save Money and Eat at Japan’s Standing Restaurants!

What is a standing restaurant? A standing restaurant is a restaurant where people have to stand while eating, albeit, there is usually still a limited number of chairs available. If you have traveled to Japan before, you might have already seen one. Standing restaurant is deemed unordinary for foreigners because it can only be found…

Paying Etiquette: How to Buy and Pay for Things in Japan

Well, perhaps there are no any other countries in the world that are full of social rules other than Japan. If you have certain general knowledge about Japan or you have been to Japan before, I am sure that you had seen people lining up on one side of escalators (typically on the left side…

First-Time English Assistant Language Teacher in Japan? Here are 5 Things You Should Know!

More and more people are planning long-term overseas experiences in Japan that involve teaching English as their vehicle. After speaking with a current Assistant Language Teacher (ALT), it inspired me to share some of the valuable lessons she’s learned along the way, which might help others embarking on the same journey. Although experiences may vary,…

Master These Beer Drinking Tips For Any Casual or Formal Outing in Japan!

Japan is one of those countries that has a proper drinking manner at the table even if it’s only casual. Of course, many of you might have read or seen it already that you will have to pour for another person and never pour for yourselves. Well, that is indeed correct but there’s more to…

The Perfect Way to Use Free Wi-Fi During Your Trip to Japan

Whenever I go traveling, one of the most important information that I prepare beforehand is where and how to get Wi-Fi access during my trip. The obvious solutions are, of course, to spend money and buy a SIM card, or rent a pocket Wi-Fi. But wouldn’t it be great if there are free Wi-Fi connections…
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