Living in Japan or know somebody who does? Here’s how to send a nengajo and win top culture points for 2019!
By Rebecca Quin 4 min read
Winter has finally come. The ways Japanese people deal with winter may leave you puzzled but while here — take advantage of the many inventions this country has to combat the cold.
Welcome to the ultimate guide to living and surviving in Japan as a foreigner: What the FAQ. First up, we're answering your questions about studying here.
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Combat confusion by learning to speak the unspoken language of Japan.
Serve up the one type of sushi Japanese families typically make at home. Perfect for the New Year celebrations!
Matcha and strawberries turn this roll cake into a festive fusion dessert for a very merry Japanese Christmas.
Try this Japanese take on the classic Italian-American dish for a comforting winter meal.
Getting your monthly phone bill to as low as ¥2,000 is now an actual possibility in Japan — just be sure to read the fine print.
With winter coming faster than expected, nothing beats good ol' meat and potatoes. Try this easy recipe for the Japanese version, known as nikujaga.
Make use of that leftover pumpkin with this super simple roasted pumpkin seeds recipe.
The best places to buy musical instruments in Japan. Rock on.