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.
A lot has changed in the last 70 years between Japan and America. What does the next 70 years hold for the two countries?
Tired of a regular onsen? How does a coffee, tea or wine onsen sound?
Drink your way around the world at the World Beer Museum.
With so many restaurants, shops, and sights, Yokohama’s Chinatown offers something for everyone.
Teaching online is just as fulfilling and rewarding as any other style of teaching
What are the other major differences between Japan, Korea and China that you notice while living in Japan?
The Yokosuka Mikoshi Parade takes place on October 19 and is a fun event that brings Japanese culture and US Navy personnel together.
Being in a film is exciting regardless, but taking part in a foreign country’s movie shooting is something to remember forever.
The Yokosuka Sakana Matsuri is a fun festival for the whole family to learn about this vital sea port.
Helping your students through their grammar mistakes as a teacher is more rewarding than you can imagine
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.