A high salary, amazing experiences and freedom are just some of the sweet benefits of being a taxi driver with Hinomaru.
By Jacob Stroth on May 31, 2018
Learn everything from hair arrangement to how to walk at this workshop held at the stunning Taiko-en gardens in Osaka. Participants will even get to take their yukata home with them!
By GaijinPot Blog on May 1, 2018
No Japanese? No Problem.
By Christy Anne Jones on April 30, 2018
No one’s heard of this misty mountain retreat just west of Sendai — and that’s what makes it so special.
By GaijinPot Partners on April 11, 2018
Tokyo Star Bank is giving foreign entrepreneurs a rare opportunity to connect with local investors and win a grand prize of ¥1,000,000 in a brand new contest.
By GaijinPot Partners on April 10, 2018
We’ve tapped into the insider information of Sakura Hotel Nippori to bring you ideas that you won’t find in the local guidebooks.
By Lucy Dayman on April 2, 2018
Live fights and ¥300 cocktails at this hybrid restaurant and entertainment venue that’s here to shakedown Tokyo nightlife.
By Jacob Stroth on March 27, 2018
How does this tiny prefecture with a population of less than 600,000 make you feel so connected to a culture that isn’t your own? Hope you’re up for the answer and 36 hours of discovery in Tottori.
By Victoria Vlisides on March 26, 2018
Welcome to our ultimate guide for foreign residents on setting up a mobile phone in Japan in partnership with Sakura Mobile.
By GaijinPot Partners on March 20, 2018
Pocket Shelter is a multilingual app that aims to take the worry out of disaster preparation in Japan, helping you ensure you’re as safe as possible if something does happen.
By Alex Sturmey on March 12, 2018
All you need is an unlocked phone, your passport and WiFi to make a contract through JP Smart SIM — a mobile service designed by and for foreign residents.
By GaijinPot Partners on March 8, 2018
Things will go wrong in an English class, but if you plan ahead for possible hiccups you will rarely be caught by surprise!