Going from an environment where I was surprised to see a building with two floors to a place where buildings would dare to go higher than four was a bit of a shock.
By Alex Sturmey on October 26, 2016
Between the good, the bad and the downright absurd, you’ll find it all in the Japanese countryside.
By Alex Sturmey on October 19, 2016
What are the big differences between teaching in the countryside and teaching in the city? Will your school have electricity? And is Sweden somehow involved with ISIS?
By Alex Sturmey on October 12, 2016
Avoiding boredom and loneliness is key to survival in the inaka. Try these tips to finding your own fun and making friends while you’re at it.
By Alex Sturmey on October 5, 2016
The struggles of learning Japanese in the countryside are real. Here’s what you need to do to survive and thrive.