Every Monday we post our picks for upcoming events in Tokyo. If you would like your event listed here, contact the editor of GaijinPot.
By Leslie Lee III on July 25, 2016
In Japanese there are two verbs for ‘do’. GaijinPot investigates the subtle differences between the two dos.
By Matthew Coslett on July 25, 2016
For teachers in Japan making summer travel plans, two new airlines have emerged to satisfy the market’s desire for a low-cost carrier: Peach Aviation and Jetstar Japan. Now that school’s out—it’s time to make those epic trips.
By Liam Carrigan on July 23, 2016
Learn how to make staple Japanese dishes at home with our new “How to Make” series. First up: salmon teriyaki and miso soup.
By Fiona Uyema on July 22, 2016
What are the knock-on effects for U.K. citizens currently based in Japan?
By Liam Carrigan on July 20, 2016
Anime adventures in the wonderland of Tottori.
By GaijinPot Blog on July 19, 2016
Every Monday we post our picks of upcoming events in Tokyo. If you would like your event listed here, contact the editor of GaijinPot.
By Leslie Lee III on July 18, 2016
Remember that photographs should trigger memories of your time in Japan. The photos, themselves, are not the memory. For this to be your reality, find that needed balance.
By Andrew Faulk on July 18, 2016
One of the keys to making the transition to intermediate Japanese is to get used to dropping the pronouns in your speech.
By Matthew Coslett on July 17, 2016
Raluca explores the remote southern island of Amami Oshima in the second instalment of her journey around Japan with the Japan Explorer Pass.
By Raluca Boca on July 15, 2016
Meeting the parents is already stressful enough in itself, but what can you expect when cultural differences and language barriers are involved?
By Sara Who on July 14, 2016
Planning to tick Fuji off your bucket list? Here are ten things you might not know about climbing Japan’s iconic mountain.