homestay

6 Things You Should Know If You’re Staying With a Japanese Homestay Family

Whether you come to Japan to study, work, or for vacation, accommodation is essential. There are many options available to you such as hotels, hostels, and share houses, but have you ever considered staying with a homestay family? Japanese families open their homes to foreigners interested in Japan and learning Japanese. This can be achieved…

Want to Travel Japan Cheaply and Meet Local People? Try This Organization!

Are you looking for a more adventurous way of traveling in Japan? Do you want to save money when you travel? Do you wish to become engaged with the daily lives of Japanese people? Are you interested in a more sustainable way of life? If you answered yes to any of the questions, WWOOF Japan…

Experience Japanese Everyday Living Up Close with a Minpaku Home Stay

Nowadays, it is becoming more common for foreign travelers to seek the humble abode of local Japanese people who are willing to share part of their private homes for rent. This is due to the fact that these visitors want to experience the ordinary Japanese life and save money while on travel. These places are…

Immerse Yourself in Japanese Culture through WWOOF Japan

I have found here a good way to travel for “free” and to get to know Japanese culture a bit more deeply than just simply being a tourist. This is called Wwoofing. First of all, it’s not very well known as far as I know so I am going to explain it a bit. In…

Get a Taste of Life Inside a Japanese Home with a Nagomi Visit!

A Nagomi Visit is a very authentic, wonderful and exciting experience in Japan. It provides the concept of an immersion experience with a Japanese local household, where you get to dine with the whole family as if you are a part of the family. You can choose either lunch or dinner with a minimal fee.…

Home-stay Program with Exciting Activities in Ishikawa

goto-japanschool.jp/ My last summer was awesome! Vividly I still remember the moment when I held back my tears as I bid goodbye to my two host families. One week with them was definitely too short, but the memories I have of them will definitely last forever. I could not thank Japan Tent enough for granting…