Tokyo Trendy


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Tokyo Trendy

New Blog: Tokyo Trendy

Tokyo Trendy is a photoblog for Japanese food, culture, travel, and entertainment, as told by a foreigner who lived in Tokyo for 4 months. With photos of everything from ramen shops to purikura machines, Tokyo Trendy is perfect for those interested in living in Japan, touring the country, or just learning a little bit more about this unique culture.

About this Japan blogger

As a university student passionate about Japan and Japanese culture, Marina had the unique opportunity to studying abroad in Tokyo. After months of living, working, commuting, shopping, and eating all across Japan, she wants to share her own impressions with those who are interested in visiting or living in Japan. By sharing some of the most poignant and interesting photos she took overseas, Marina hopes to help readers understand more about Japan and why Tokyo left such a huge impression on her life.

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The Nomad’s Land


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The Nomad's Land

New Blog: The Nomad’s land

A bit of a smorgasbord including the ups and downs of life in Hokkaido, mixed with the adventures in marrying a Japanese man and spiced up with rants and completely random interests.

About this Japan blogger

Sarah – a 29 year old South African who came to Sapporo on the JET Program 6 years ago, flirted with a physics teacher in the cafeteria of the local high school and decided to marry him. Loves curries of all kinds, random Japanese festivals and living vicariously through others.

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Wander Tokyo


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Wander Tokyo

New Blog: Wander Tokyo

With the Wander Tokyo blog, I want to provide information not readily available in English about travel, life, and culture in Japan and also about ways to discover the culture and people beyond the tourist spots. Ultimately, going abroad is a way to acquire new understanding through both the similarities and differences, and Japan is a great place to widen that horizon.

About this Japan blogger

Possessing uncanny good luck, a love of the unconventional, and a desire for independence (along with a pathological fondness for sweets), something interesting is always happening to the author, a woman living, working, and traveling in Japan.

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Actu Bonsai


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Actu Bonsai

New Blog: Actu Bonsai

ActuBonsaï est un blog multi-auteur traitant du bonsaï, des voyages au Japon et des arts traditionnels japonais, entre autre : le sumi-e, les kusamono et shitakusa, la céramique… Vous trouverez également quelques articles sur la cuisine japonaise, ma seconde passion.

About this Japan blogger

Passionné de bonsaï, j’ai eu la chance de découvrir la culture et les arts traditionnels par ce biais lors d’un voyage en novembre 2011 à Shikoku grâce à l’association Shikoku muchujin. Aujourd’hui je donne de mon temps et de mon énergie pour partager ma passion au plus grand nombre.

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Alishan on the Move


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Alishan on the move

New Blog: Alishan on the Move

Adventures and daily life of the crew of sailing yacht Alishan (Taswell 43). At present we are based in Fukuoka, Japan. Our boating story started in Holland, 1984. Birdwatching, photography, outdoor, commercial fishing and running a sail-charter company are all part in our daily life what we like to share via this blog.

About this Japan blogger

After a carreer as physical therapist, a change was made to ocean-navigator and now beside many other things, i’m running a sail-chater company. Main reason is to show the people from Fukuoka/Kyushu the beauty of Hakata Wan

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The Lazy Cook’s Easy and Cute Japanese Recipes


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The lazy Cook

New Blog: The Lazy Cook’s Easy and Cute Japanese Recipes

“Lazy cook’s easy & cute Japanese recipe” introduces easy & quick cooking tips that I use in Australia.
If you are keen on simple & speedy Japanese recipes, please try some tips, yummy dishes can tie friendships stronger :)

About this Japan blogger

Hi, I’m Haruka. An international student from Japan.
Since I came to Australia I manage how to cook Japanese dishes very quickily and easily because of busy Uni life.
I mainly use ingredients what I can get here, in Australia.
I hope my recipes and tips will help friends to cook Japanese dishes easily.

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Animedyum


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Animedyum

New Blog: Animedyum

Reviews of anime series, movies

About this Japan blogger

Like to watch and write about anime, still in learning process after 8 years

 

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Jarman International K.K.


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Jarman Int.

New Blog: Jarman International K.K.

Information on excellent relocation, office interior design, real estate purchase, relaxation and Smart City from the Partners of Jarman International KK. Excellent resource for overseas companies looking to enter and/or explore the Japan market.

About this Japan blogger

Kurtis Wright was born in Southern California, just above San Diego city. He has held an interest in Japan since his adolescent years, and he was first able to come to Japan to study abroad for a full year at Sophia University in Tokyo for the duration of his junior year. During this time, he played rugby for the university club team, and continued absorbing the culture and language to the fullest extent. Kurtis works full-time for Jarman International as the information and content coordinator. Staying updated and well informed on all of the activities of the partners, he manages various social media venues for various projects and partners, and coordinates with colleagues and partners to provide excellent information to firms considering business in Japan.

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Deep Japan


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Deep Japan

New Blog: Deep Japan

Deep Japan tries to provide visitors to Japan with a more “local” and deep experience via “How To”, “Recommend” and “Knowledge”. We have over 100 Senpai contributors who answer interesting questions about details of this wonderful country! People who are in Japan, have been here over one year and who can answer questions in English are welcome to become Senpai.

About this Japan blogger

About the blogger Ruth Jarman Shiraishi is a 25 year plus resident of Japan and recently published a book entitled “33 More Reasons to be Proud” 日本人が世界に誇れる33のこと She is the CEO of Jarman International and works with 7 excellent partners to bring Japan and the world closer.

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SSD 2.0 ~ What Is Anime ? What Is Culture?


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SSD 2.0

New Blog: SSD 2.0 ~ What Is Anime ? What Is Culture ? What Do All Of These Things Really Mean?

Shooting Star Dreamer isn’t your typical anime blog. Reviewing anime and manga chapters like everyone else is pretty boring, so how about bringing something new to the plate? Mainly writing editorials, SSD delves deep into otaku life and culture, examining the who, the what, and the why.

About this Japan blogger

Hello! I go by Rekari online, or Reka for short. I am a huge otaku and even bigger fan of Japanese Culture. As a writer, I’ve decided to share my love for Japan with everyone through the form of journalism and reviewing. Otaku Culture is usually portrayed negatively by the media, but who says you can’t be a positive Otaku? I feel that by looking at the bigger picture, being an Otaku isn’t so bad.

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