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Enjoy Japan while Saving Money! Three Tips for Every Traveller

The Land of the Rising Sun has a well-known reputation for being an expensive country to travel in. There are times when people give up on going to the country out of fear of incurring a huge cost or even debt for travelling. Little do they know that there are actually several budgeting tips for…

Safety tips for travellers in Japan

With an extreme low crime rate, Japan is one of the safest countries in the world. Pickpockets or mugger are a rare thing and other trouble one might encounter abroad is seldom happening. However: there are dangers you might need to be prepared for, things you would not have thought of and some are just…

4 Money–Saving Tips For Travelling in Japan

Japan can be expensive, especially when travelling in Tokyo. But this does not need to stop you from coming to the most exciting city in the world! Surely you already know that staying at a youth hostel is cheaper than staying at a luxury hotel and that flying economy class is a great way to…

Filling Forms in Japan: a Short Guide

While in Japan, you will surely come across situations where you need to fill out some form in a bank, post office, library, when registering a new telephone or Internet connection or such. It will be difficult to figure out the words in a form if it is purely in Japanese. But there are some…

5 Things You Can Make in a Rice-Cooker Apart from Plain Rice!

A bread-maker makes bread, and ice-cream machine makes ice-cream, but a rice cooker… now there is no one-trick-pony. When I bought my first rice cooker, I was concerned that I was using up a considerable chunk of my kitchen space on a contraption that basically only boils a bit of rice. But after several years…

The 7 things that you should carry at all times when living in Japan

Breaking my own cardinal rule the other day, I realized I was without half the items I rely on. With the heat in the summer months reaching up into the high 30s but the actual “feel” is in the 40s there are certain things you really shouldn’t leave without, even if only for a few…

5 Ways to Avoid Dangerous Heat Stroke During Summer in Japan

Japanese summer are hot and humid. These years, they even got worse and can be surprisingly dangerous if unprepared. Learn about the origins and risks and how to prevent getting a heatstroke with these useful tips. Trigger australiawidefirstaid.com.au/ Heat strokes are depending on three main things: environment, body condition and activity. The wrong environment in…

What I Like About Being a Foreign Girl in Japan

I lived in China for over two years, and on my first day in the country (living in a city that was not known for having many Westerners there) a middle-aged woman walked up to me on the street and touched my hair… Welcome to China! Living in a foreign country, especially one where people…

Beauty Tip: Diet Slippers for the Diet-Conscious!

Japan, being technologically advanced, has taken losing weight to a new level. From manicure, pedicure, spas to cosmetics, Japan has it all. The country still keeps on striving to produce striking technologies. The fact that Japanese like creating unique ideas makes their products more interesting for customers. Getting to Know the Diet Slippers gdetail.image-gmkt.com/ You’ve…

Prepare yourself for the typhoon season!

Japan’s crime rate is one of the lowest worldwide, despite having huge cities and millions of people. The real danger lures elsewhere. Every year, there are numerous typhoons visiting Japan, many damaging property and some even taking human lives. If you are lucky, you will experience a typhoon just as a ‘strong wind’, if in…
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