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Kelsey Leuzinger

I'm a Navy wife that got thrown into Japan by surprise, fell in love with the culture, and now will forever have a piece of my heart in this country.

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1944 and 2014: A Look at Japan’s Then and Now

A lot has changed in the last 70 years between Japan and America. What does the next 70 years hold for the two countries?

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Yunessun Hot Springs Resort and Spa

Tired of a regular onsen? How does a coffee, tea or wine onsen sound?

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A Taste of Europe at the World Beer Museum

Drink your way around the world at the World Beer Museum.

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A World Away in Yokohama’s Chinatown

With so many restaurants, shops, and sights, Yokohama’s Chinatown offers something for everyone.

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Teaching English Lessons In-person vs Online

Teaching online is just as fulfilling and rewarding as any other style of teaching

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Japanese, Korean, Chinese… What’s the Difference?

What are the other major differences between Japan, Korea and China that you notice while living in Japan?

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Carrying Shrines at the Yokosuka Mikoshi Parade

The Yokosuka Mikoshi Parade takes place on October 19 and is a fun event that brings Japanese culture and US Navy personnel together.

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What It’s Like to Work on a Japanese Movie Set

Being in a film is exciting regardless, but taking part in a foreign country’s movie shooting is something to remember forever.

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2014 Yokosuka Sakana Matsuri

The Yokosuka Sakana Matsuri is a fun festival for the whole family to learn about this vital sea port.

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Where Are The Harajuku Girls?

A look at what Japanese women actually wear.

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5 Common Grammar Mistakes Your Students Will Make

Helping your students through their grammar mistakes as a teacher is more rewarding than you can imagine

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7 Habits You Learn After Living in Japan

It’s not easy living in Japan at first, but after some time, you’re sure to be a veteran at all of these once confusing aspects of Japanese life.

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