Take a trip to the Tohoku region, down a road less traveled, where the most beautiful mixed baths wait to be discovered.
By Natsuko Mazany on July 11, 2018
What’s the point in having all that free time as an ALT if you can’t make good use of it?
By Liam Carrigan on July 10, 2018
An introductory guide to Japan’s national tipple.
By Ashley Owen on July 6, 2018
Not just the domain of millennials searching for music and cat videos, YouTube can also be a good teacher in Japan — even for language study.
By Elina Davydova on July 3, 2018
Retrace the beloved travel show host’s steps through Osaka, Hokkaido, Tokyo and Okinawa.
By Joshua Meyer on June 29, 2018
Fuji Rock, Summer Sonic and the whole shebang offer up your choice of rock, pop, jazz, EDM and more in the great outdoors.
By Dan Grunebaum on June 22, 2018
Kumamoto’s beauty has been forever altered by the 2016 earthquake. Nevertheless, follow the locals’ unwavering strength and help the prefecture by making it a destination on your next trip to Kyushu.
By Cara Lam on June 20, 2018
GaijinPot investigates two common types of visas for teachers in Japan that cause the most confusion.
By Matthew Coslett on June 19, 2018
A brand new observation deck is just one of the options for scoping out the world-famous intersection from above.
By Joshua Meyer on June 15, 2018
Get out of the city, explore Japan and refresh yourself — but start planning now.
By Liam Carrigan on June 13, 2018
If 007 only lives twice and you only live once, then you better add these travel spots to your bucket list.
By Joshua Meyer on June 8, 2018
As Japan’s Samurai Blue head to the FIFA World Cup once again, here’s how you, your school and your community can use its teaching moments and be a part of the action.