Monthly Archives: October 2015

The quintessential salary man (サラリーマン) in Japan is a male white-collar worker or businessman who works for a large corporation or bureaucracy. He must have attended and graduated from an elite school, and is hence trained and brainwashed by default to suit working for "the greater good" instead of...

Learning Japanese can be difficult, especially when it comes to reading. This is because the Japanese language uses 3 different alphabets, sometimes even all in one sentence. These three alphabets are called hiragana - ひらがな, katakana - カタカナ, and kanji - 漢字. Hiragana was invented as a way for...

When you’re in Japan, you’ll probably want to eat lots of Japanese food. You probably think of sushi, sashimi, rice and noodles - am I right? Well, if so, you might just be missing out on one of the most delicious Japanese dishes around - Curry and rice! Japanese Curry welke.nl/ Japanese...

Since Tokyo won the bid to hold the 2020 Olympic games, tourism initiatives have begun. The aim is to make Tokyo more accessible to foreign visitors and to give people a warm welcome. Train lines are being updated and new bi-lingual tourism guides are popping up at train stations...

Education at elementary level provides a basic foundation of learning. It is when children are trained to acquire the basic knowledge and ability to survive a competitive society, which includes language skills and development. Learning English as a second language is increasing due to the demand of globalization. The...

Less nature and a lot more people! Big cities and those which are as dense as Tokyo and Osaka are prone to be loud and present a variety of noises at almost every corner. Also by that, we do not mean car horns during rush hour or crowds of...

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