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How to protect your bicycle from theft in Japan?

I had my bicycle stolen. Yes, it is true. And I am not telling this to ruin the reputation of Japan. I am telling this to remind everyone that, Japan, like the rest of the countries, is inhabited by humans – of all forms. Good and bad. Although, generally, Japan is safe and secure, there…

The10 Annual Celebrated Events in Japan

Whether you want maximize your travel experience or you just want to stock some knowledge in the pocket of your head, it is good to know the annual events of a country we want to visit. Annual events in Japan is called Nenchuu Gyooji 年中行事. Below is a list of holidays and events celebrated all…

How to Say “I Love You” in Japanese

“Love is a many splendored thing”, as the popular old song goes. There are so many definitions of love. I bet you know more than three. I consider it a universal language of the soul; the core of humanity; the essence of existence. Whoever you are, wherever you are from, we all feel and express…

Monkey Business: meet the inhabitants of Takasakiyama!

Did you know that there is a place in Japan which is inhabited not by humans but by monkeys? Yes, monkeys. In plural form. Not just two, not just three but more than a thousand of monkeys. miyamakirishima.blog70.fc2.com/ Finding the Location wikimapia.org/ Takasakiyama Shizen Doubutsuen 高崎山自然動物園(Takasakiyama Natural Zoological Garden) is located in Takasakiyama (Mount Takasaki),…

Looking for an apartment? Stay in a Leo Palace21

Are you planning to study or work in Japan for a year or two? Are you looking for the best apartment that would fit your needs during your short-term stay here? In This article, I will introduce the apartment which I think is good for short-term workers or foreign students. The Apartments The apartment’s name…

Have you ever seen those red flowers crowning the green grass?

In Japan, there is one kind of flower that seems to sprout from nowhere, wild and seems to be no owner. Its striking beauty seems to beckon the passers-by to come close. Up close, it’s bizarrely-shaped petals which look like spider legs, fuel the curious mind and imagination. Some call it “yureeibana”, a flower that…

Aso Farm Village: A Unique and Fantastic Accommodation

Aso Farm Land is a large theme park in Kumamoto Prefecture where you can enjoy various activities. So many that it is best to stay overnight or even for more days as much as you can afford. Stay in Aso Farm Village and experience a great escape into the world of nature and healing. Stay…

Aso Farmland, full on health-oriented complex in Kumamoto!

Aso Farm Land, a theme park located in Kumamoto Prefecture, could be your chance to experience fabulous vacations or a fantastic weekend complete package get-away. Opened in 1995, Aso Farm Land is mentioned (in japantimeline.jp) as one of the world’s largest Nature and Health theme parks. It was opened in 1995 bearing the theme “people,…

Warning! ’Numbers and Counting in Japanese’ will make your head spin!

One of the most confusing and difficult parts in learning the Japanese language is learning how to count and saying numbers. In English, we simply say one, two, three and so on for cardinal numbers. One apple, three bags, two cars. We say first, second and third and so on for ordinal numbers, and that’s…

A Look Outside The Main Building of A Japanese Elementary School

Come on! Let’s go outside the main building of the Japanese Elementary School. Gymnasium (Taiikukan) Here is the gymnasium. The gymnasium is one of the most important and most memorable places in school because this is where the school ceremonies are held. The opening ceremony, entrance ceremony, and closing ceremony are held in the gymnasium.…