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April in Japan marks a time when many changes occur. Some people go on vacations, while others are excited for a new work or school environment. April is a fun, frenetic time of the year wherein people are eager to make the most of their days. However, all comes...

Does it feel humid inside your room? Does your cupboard or refrigerator have that odd smell? Is the tap water in your home not that clean to be consumed? Do you want your skin to be smooth? Well, here is a solution for all these various needs: Charcoal! Yes, activated...

Are you constantly on medication? Do you have to bring your medicine along with you to Japan for personal use? Are you a makeup diva who has a lot of cosmetics to be brought into Japan? Whatever reason you have, there are some rules you should keep in mind...

Japan is a very communal country and as such, one of the things Japanese people avoid is sticking out. There is a strong pursuit to be "just like everyone else." This kind of thinking can be seen even in the way they take care of their bodies. Asians are...

It has long been believed that physical and mental development occur when children take naps. This is a critical factor not only to their growth but also to their overall well-being. In line with this, the students in Kakogawa Junior High School have requested to have an afternoon nap...

Japan is well-known for its onsen (hot springs), but did you know that you could experience the same benefits without getting yourself wet? Japan offers you another outdoor spa experience that will keep you coming back for more! Imagine lying comfortably on your back while being slow-baked as a...

Ever have trouble sleeping at night? There's a solution for you. Coca-Cola Japan has recently introduced a new drink called "Glaceau Sleep Water" which claims to help people sleep well at night. It is a drinking water perfect for those who have sleep disorders or simply want uninterrupted beauty...

Many people hate wasabi because of the burning sensation that it leaves on the tongue. Add to that the sharp, stinging pain that makes you tear up when you eat more than what you should and it's no wonder there are people who dislike this condiment. Inside a sushi...

If you're a parent who's traveling or staying in Japan temporarily or for good, it is essential to know what to buy and where to buy it for your baby's needs. Problems can arise when you don't know how to read Japanese, though some stores offer English information on...

Kumitaiso or the Japanese physical education (P.E.) class group gymnastics is not an ordinary task. It is mostly done by students who go the distance in using their bodies to make different shapes such as human pyramids. It has a vast history which is believed to have a militaristic...

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