Live the movies at these famous (and not so… )Japanese locales depicted on celluloid.
By Joshua Meyer on March 23, 2018
Schools in Japan have many customs but the first energetic greeting of students in morning can set the tone for your students — and you!
By GaijinPot Partners on March 22, 2018
Learners may know of “wasei eigo” (English words coined in Japan), but there is another weird subcategory of katakana terms: those whose meaning has been utterly altered from the original form.
By Matthew Coslett on March 21, 2018
Welcome to our ultimate guide for foreign residents on setting up a mobile phone in Japan in partnership with Sakura Mobile.
By GaijinPot Partners on March 20, 2018
You can apply directly to these companies by creating a profile on GaijinPot Jobs.
By GaijinPot Blog on March 19, 2018
Every Monday we serve top picks for this week’s events in Japan. To list your event, contact the editor of GaijinPot.
By Dan Grunebaum on March 19, 2018
Don’t seek a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Help is at hand.
By Liam Carrigan on March 19, 2018
Fuminori Nakamura was born in Nagoya in 1977 but has made Tokyo his home and muse in the decades since….
By Iain Maloney on March 16, 2018
Learn from this writer’s experiences — and “if-only-I-had-known” moments — so you can plan a more efficient and economical trip and still get out of your comfort zone.
By Cara Lam on March 15, 2018
Time to head out and enjoy the annual bloom of flowers armed with a few new casual and slangy phrases to try with your friends.
By Teni Wada on March 14, 2018
What is the Eiken test and why is it so important to your students?
By Liam Carrigan on March 13, 2018
Pocket Shelter is a multilingual app that aims to take the worry out of disaster preparation in Japan, helping you ensure you’re as safe as possible if something does happen.