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The friendliest — and cheapest — bar in Ginza is an awesome cocktail spot for locals and travelers alike.
Head out west to Kichijoji and discover a different side of Japan’s capital.
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.
Foreign customers have access to a whole heap of secret benefits — you just need to know where to look.
The Japanese Language and Media Institute is running a series of unique workshops for beginner learners to interact with Japanese pop culture and learn simple Japanese at the same time.
Whether you’re planning an international Fourth of July hoedown or a new ALTs meat-and-greet, these five businesses are here to make sure your barbecue is prime grade.
No one’s heard of this misty mountain retreat just west of Sendai — and that’s what makes it so special.
Tokyo Star Bank is giving foreign entrepreneurs a rare opportunity to connect with local investors and win a grand prize of ¥1,000,000 in a brand new contest.
Schools in Japan have many customs but the first energetic greeting of students in morning can set the tone for your students — and you!
Welcome to our ultimate guide for foreign residents on setting up a mobile phone in Japan in partnership with Sakura Mobile.
All you need is an unlocked phone, your passport and WiFi to make a contract through JP Smart SIM — a mobile service designed by and for foreign residents.
Things will go wrong in an English class, but if you plan ahead for possible hiccups you will rarely be caught by surprise!