Taishu Engeki is kabuki for the masses.
By Mark Guthrie on December 7, 2014
Follow these 8 tips to jump start your conversation class.
By Mark Guthrie on December 1, 2014
From factory worker to fashion model. A journey of lucky breaks and hard work.
By Mark Guthrie on November 7, 2014
Being a hostess had nothing to do with sex but a lot to do with psychology.
By Mark Guthrie on October 3, 2014
Of course Japan would have a cup noodles museum.
By Mark Guthrie on September 29, 2014
A truly unique al fresco dining experience that dates back to the Edo period.
By Mark Guthrie on September 13, 2014
Inemuri is the practice of ‘sleeping while present’ and has long been part of Japanese work culture.
By Mark Guthrie on August 28, 2014
Taking on private English students is a good way to earn some extra income while in Japan but keep these 6 points in mind to make sure your lessons go smoothly.
By Mark Guthrie on July 23, 2014
Teaching English to children requires a special type of teacher. Here are 6 facts that you should know about teaching kids.
By Mark Guthrie on July 1, 2014
Teaching business English in Japan can be very lucrative but teachers should remember that it isn’t just about being genki and a winning smile. They mean business and so should you.
By Mark Guthrie on May 28, 2014
Shimanami Kaido links Imabari in Shikoku with Onomichi, Hiroshima Prefecture and is a bicycle-friendly 70km route across six islands of outstanding natural beauty.