A look at what Japanese women actually wear.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on September 22, 2014
If you are a long term resident of Japan you are required by law to have health insurance.
By Quincy B. Fox on August 20, 2014
Are you hot headed? Cool and calm? Your personality might be determined by the type of red stuff flowing through your veins.
By Yumi Nakata on August 19, 2014
Dealing with health issues in a foreign country is never a pleasant experience. Here are 4 tips on going to a hospital in Japan.
By Quincy B. Fox on August 5, 2014
When it comes to female health care in Japan, it pays to do your research. Find an office you feel comfortable communicating with and that respects your wishes and concerns as a patient.
By Cynthia Popper on July 26, 2014
Summer in Japan means hot, sweaty, sticky hell! Time to bust out the most summery of garments, the yukata.
By Cynthia Popper on July 2, 2014
What advice does she have for aspiring entrepreneurs seeking to take the plunge? “Don’t quit your day job. Start small and test what sells.”
By Cynthia Popper on May 18, 2014
Spring is in full swing here in Japan and it’s the perfect time to start fresh with a new style, but both the language barrier and the number of unfamiliar options available, getting a haircut in Japan can be intimidating.
By Lynda Deaver on April 22, 2014
Spring in Japan means allergies. Here’s a quick look at some of the common allergy medication that is available either by prescription or over the counter.
By Cynthia Popper on March 13, 2014
Go big last night? Working hungover sucks, but at least you don’t have to look like it. Here are some hangover beauty tricks to conceal your Death Face.
By Cynthia Popper on July 23, 2013
Hair, skin… feet? A beauty summer survival guide to help you get through the scorching heat and humidity in Japan.
By Cynthia Popper on July 12, 2013
What’s a girl to do if you can’t find shoes that fit in Tokyo? Hit up Erimakee for some great deals and normal sizes.