Combine your study time and your chill out time with these five shows that will entertain you and help improve your Japanese.
By Liam Carrigan on September 18, 2018
Virtual Assist Japan is the service I didn’t know I needed, until it made my life 100 times better.
By Rebecca Quin on September 17, 2018
This historic mountain retreat in Yamanashi is over 1,300 years old and has been run by the same family for 52 generations.
By Joshua Meyer on September 14, 2018
Whether you love drinking with colleagues or hate it, it’s a necessary part of life in Japan. Here are some tips to get you through your first — or next — work party.
By Alfie Blincowe on September 13, 2018
Don’t be a stressed mess, learn how to pass your next level test on your journey up the Japanese language proficiency ladder.
By Matthew Coslett on September 12, 2018
Dating in Japan can certainly present a variety of challenges, but few can be more challenging than introducing your Japanese partner to your parents for the first time.
By Liam Carrigan on September 11, 2018
This unique program offers overseas participants assisted entry to Japan as a student, the chance to begin working part-time immediately, plus an introduction to a full-time job with visa sponsorship.
By GaijinPot Partners on September 8, 2018
Planning a road trip in Japan? Remember that it’s not just your destination that matters— it really is all about the journey. Here are three elements to consider adding to your next four-wheeled adventure!
By Amrita Singh on September 7, 2018
If you love romance anime and have watched “Kimi No Na Wa” (“Your Name”) more times than you can count, never fear — here are five more titles you can watch to take your breath away!
By Limarc Ambalina on September 6, 2018
Teaching at a university or college is the dream job in Japan, right? Well, the reality might be a little different than the expectation.
By Alfie Blincowe on September 5, 2018
The number of foreign and multiracial students in Japan has increased a great deal since I first came to Japan. What can we, as teachers, do to aid inclusion?
By Liam Carrigan on September 4, 2018
Gallery, café and restaurant; this bohemian art village welcomes everyone — students, teachers and professionals alike — to discuss, view and exhibit their work in a beautifully designed Harajuku setting