This is the Japan Info staff. We wanted to say thank you for always reading our articles and we’ve got a way for you to enjoy them more!
Out of all the posts that have been published over the last week (July 25th to 31st) on Japan Info and/or on Facebook, we are happy to show you the “Hot 10 Articles” that had the best response from readers.
We’ll be updating them every week, so make sure to check back! Let’s take a look at this week’s top 10 articles.
Traveling to Japan in the near future? Or perhaps you’re a foreigner living in Japan? If you are not yet aware of their paying etiquette, then this article should prove helpful to you! Know what you should do in such situations and never get caught off guard again.
Love Japanese dramas and the like? This article lists five live action movies that you may not have seen yet so check them out and indulge yourself as soon as possible.
Japanese is indeed (if not the most difficult) one of the most difficult languages to actually learn. Check this article to know what makes it such a pain in the neck to master and study.
Snap, snap! If you love taking photos to serve as keepsakes and would want to print them out, these smartphone applications are perfect for you! Download them to get physical copies of your memories.
In Japan, it is pretty normal to find bands having more than ten members. One of them is Exile, a 19-member pop and R&B band. Get to know more about them here!
Whether you’re a Christian yourself or not, learning never hurts. Further your knowledge about world religions with this article as it discusses the history of Christianity in Japan.
Sure, you’ve heard of origamis. But how about origami-inspired handbags? They are currently popular in Japan and if you want one for yourself, you might wanna check this article out.
Plus-size women’s fashion has not been part of the norm in Japan until recently. Here are the shops and places where you can get cute and fashionable plus-size clothing items in Japan.
If you find yourself craving for bagels, or if you haven’t tried one before but would like to, this article introduces a bakery in Kumamoto where you can apparently get one of the best bagels in Japan.
Familiar with haiku and tanka? How about senryu? If not, this article has everything you need to know about this Japanese poetry! (Plus a few examples, too!)
Which of this week’s articles did you find the most interesting?
Don’t forget to check again next week for our new Hot 10 list!