GaijinPot investigates two common types of visas for teachers in Japan that cause the most confusion.
By Matthew Coslett on June 19, 2018
A brand new observation deck is just one of the options for scoping out the world-famous intersection from above.
By Joshua Meyer on June 15, 2018
GaijinPot offers advice for moving from the ない (not) to the ず (not doing) suffix — and helps you ti answer trick test questions in the process.
By Matthew Coslett on June 14, 2018
Get out of the city, explore Japan and refresh yourself — but start planning now.
By Liam Carrigan on June 13, 2018
If 007 only lives twice and you only live once, then you better add these travel spots to your bucket list.
By Joshua Meyer on June 8, 2018
If you like the sound of being your own boss while supporting those who serve, check out this little-known, high-income position on US military bases in Japan.
By Josh Fields on June 7, 2018
Hokkaido is an island blessed with an abundance of natural goodies like seafood, snow sports — and skinny dipping with friends!
By Natsuko Mazany on June 6, 2018
As Japan’s Samurai Blue head to the FIFA World Cup once again, here’s how you, your school and your community can use its teaching moments and be a part of the action.
By Liam Carrigan on June 5, 2018
Looking to liven up your time spent studying Japanese? Step up your game with these, well, games.
By Victoria Mason on June 1, 2018
A high salary, amazing experiences and freedom are just some of the sweet benefits of being a taxi driver with Hinomaru.
By Jacob Stroth on May 31, 2018
At first the words for the internet can seem somewhat easy after all — a lot of them are English. However, once you try and get online, the words become increasingly difficult. GaijinPot investigates.
By Matthew Coslett on May 30, 2018
Being an assistant language teacher in Japan isn’t as bad as you may have heard.