How to teach English in Japan


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How to teach English in Japan

New Blog: How to each English in Japan

“At our blog you will learn all about living, working, and traveling Japan.    As well we cut through the hype and negativity about teaching Engish here and, have down to earth advice on how to teach English in Japan.”

About this Japan blogger

Kevin R Burns, came to Japan in 1989 intending to stay one year, but never left.    He has made his life in this exotic country, he runs this blog, owns an English school and teaches at a university in Kanagawa, Japan.   He is married to Ikumi and they have three great, bilingual kids.

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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Tokyo Desu


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Tokyo Desu

New Blog: Tokyo Desu

All the latest funny news from Japan, as well as guides, reviews, events and galleries: TokyoDesu.com

About this Japan blogger

Cal & Mike are Tokyo residents from England and America, trying to make sense of the most exciting city in the world

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Upbeat and Downstairs: Home of Daryl C. DuLong


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Upbeat and Downstairs

New Blog: Upbeat and Downstairs: Home of Daryl C. DuLong

Observations, musings, travels, cultural experiences, and reflections on my time living and working in Japan, including photographs along the way.

About this Japan blogger

Originally from the U.S., I live and work in the Tokyo area and love food, photography, and traveling.

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Wander In Japan


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Wander in Japan

New Blog: Wander in Japan

I like to call my blog a “sentimental blog” since it’s not about travel tips or clues or instructions on how to travel around Japan, but each entry is a personal report of my inner feelings and sensations related to places I’ve been to. This way, I hope I can transpose to my readers what I felt and to make ‘em feel the same even in front of a computer.

About this Japan blogger

I’m Paolo, 39 y/o, from Roma, Italy. I’ve always had a passion for Japan, but the real addiction began in February 2010 when I had my first trip to Japan. After that one, I came back to Japan ten more times… and sometimes even for just a weekend! I’m studying japanese language since I hope one day I could move to Japan for good… after all, home isn’t the place where you feel more comfortable in?

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Jojoebi designs


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Jojoebi designs

New Blog: Jojoebi designs

Life in japan raising a bilingual child in a Montessori inspired home, crafts, cooking, kids activities, travel and everything in between.

About this Japan blogger

A Brit living in Japan, designing, sewing, crafting and helping busy moms organize their kids and home so they have more time for the fun stuff.

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chasing cherry blossoms


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chasing cherry blossoms

New Blog: chasing cherry blossom

Chasing Cherry Blossoms documents the life of me, Jim, a 20-something foreigner living in the Japanese countryside. Here you can keep bang up-to-date with my (mis)adventures (as I navigate the places, people and food of Japan), browse through my pictures and hopefully share some thoughts of your own by commenting along!

About this Japan blogger

Hi! My name’s James and I’m currently living the Japanese dream on the JET Programme! I’ve moved from London, a city of millions, to a tiny countryside village of just over 9,000 in the rural south of Ehime prefecture. I’ve been living here for over a year now and have been blogging from pre-departure until the present day!

KA International Mothers in Japan


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KA International Mothers in Japan

New Blog: KA INTERNATIONAL MOTHERS IN JAPAN

Kajapan.org is a WORLD FIRST non-profit blog on Japan, run by foreigners, for foreigners. It is a spin-off of a Facebook community of foreigners spread across Japan, all with one thing in common; family. Every one of the 300+ members is raising or is part of a family or quasi-family in Japan. We come from different countries and
every walk of life imaginable. The main language is English, but between us we have at least ten languages.
This innovative blog on Japan offers a unique FREE service to all its readers. Ask a question on the AsKA Mom/Mum page and the question will be put to all 300 members and in due course a response with a
summation of the answers will be posted. The blog also offers lots of interesting articles and free resources including recommendations, all from foreign Moms or Dads or grandparents, surviving in Japan “with humor, tears and a lot of help from each other”. Stop by and discover an uncovered Japan!!

About this Japan blogger

kajapan.org is the brain child of Erinn LaMattery and is managed by a team of 7 volunteers. The main author at this time is Stacey Takahashi with regular contributions from Jennifer Shinkai and Jana Moore, who looks after the AskA Mom section. Danielle Shibano looks after all things technical while Jennifer Chau Gong manages the Facebook page.
Lynda Hogan helps out with Internet Marketing. We are all foreign Moms living in Japan. However, this is very much a project of a larger community of 300 “foreigners” from over 27 countries, all living in Japan, who contribute to the articles and ideas for the blog.

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Sumo Joe says…


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Sumo Joe says...

New Blog: Sumo Joe says…

“Sumo Joe Says” is an entertaining blog for people who love all things Japanese. Sumo Joe of sumjoesays.com is a fictitious character who rates everything from Japanese restaurants to popular sites in Japan using his own unique Sumo Stomps Rating system. You’ll love it!

About this Japan blogger

“Sumo Joe Says” is the work of three Japan enthusiasts who have each spent time in Japan in different capacities. Gary has been fascinated by Japan since childhood and has spent time in Japan as a World Geography teacher from the U.S. Emi grew in her love of Japan as an Asian Studies major in college. She taught in Japan two years with the JET Program. Kero’ s interest in Japan goes back to a church internship she did years ago. She has also spent some time in the country as a visiting high school band director.

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