Eric Burton is a Philadelphian (born and raised) who found himself back in Japan after previously studying abroad in Tokyo. This time around, he’s learning how to adjust to the slow country life in southern Ibaraki. When he’s not watching Star Trek or teaching, he’s usually catching up with friends in Tokyo, going on caffeinated writing sessions, or exploring his own little corner of Kanto.
Chuck Johnson shows that with a little hard work and lots of determination, anyone can carve out a long-term career path in this country.
Akihabara and Nakano Broadway are home to futuristic gadgets and some of the latest tech on the market
From high fashion to everyday casual, Tokyo has a store to cater to all budgets.
Fall is here, hear the yell back to school, ring the bell brand new shoes, walking blues climb the fence, books and pens I can tell that we are gonna be friends
That new look Hollywood blockbuster you're watching, may have it's roots in Japanese anime.
If you’re looking for a unique experience to check off your summertime bucket list, why not see Tokyo from a different perspective?
You might come with some friends. Yet a few drinks later, you could very well be toasting and chatting with the other nearby parties
It’s almost in our nature to seek out and connect with those whom we find similar to us.