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American Gaijin


On AmericanGaijin.com I will be sharing experiences and tips for other gaijin in similar situations of bouncing back and forth between America and Japan. You will find articles about apps and tech gadgets that are related to helping American Gaijin as well. About the author: Jason is an avid user of technology and strives to […]

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EnterJapan


The authors of “EnterJapan” aim to publish interesting, well-written and compelling content in order to better promote Japan’s historical and cultural heritage. EnterJapan is piloted by a team of editors, designers and writers, all of whom are avid history and culture buffs. All of our articles are written, researched and peer-reviewed to a high-standard. URL: EnterJapan.me Started […]

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US-Japan Fam


Blog about the trials and tribulations a new mama and Japanese husband raising their baby in the Big Apple. Humor and sarcasm in abundance! The author is the owner of Miny Moe Diaper & Nursing Pad Samplers, Blogger at US-Japan Fam, Expert Mom for the app Mommy Nearest, former PR Manager for the Japanese Chamber […]

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Japanesetease


A personal site about Japanese culture, learning the language and your very own eccentric virtual Japanese bookstore. I’m a 27 year old guy from southern Germany who has a special interest in Japanese culture and books. My love for this foreign land came through watching Japanese films. It had to be somewhere around 2004 when I discovered […]

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Japan Cheapo


Japan Cheapo is a guide getting the best value out of living or travelling in Japan. We started it for all the areas outside Tokyo – currently served by our popular site Tokyo Cheapo. Greg Lane and Chris Kirkland have been blogging on various topics since about 2006 and on Tokyo Cheapo (the sister site to […]

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A TenguLife: The curious guide to Japan


A general guide to life in Japan including interesting stories that often haven’t been heard and explanations of why things work the way they do. There’s no such thing as right or wrong, sometimes, it’s just plain different. Over twenty years on the ground in Japan working in multiple different fields including sports, automotive, finance and […]

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Blog of Japan


Living in Tokyo as a foreigner is not easy when we just arrive, lot of new things to learn ! So i thought it would be interesting to share all the things i learnt to make new comers’ life easier. There are also so many interesting things in this wonderful country so it would be […]

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Japan Blog: The Nomad's Land

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. Sarah – a 29 year old South African who came to Sapporo on the JET Program 6 years ago, flirted with a physics […]

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Camachosan

Camachosan


I write about my adventures in Japan. I try to cover everything and anything that happens to me in my daily life as an expat in Japan. URL: http://www.camachosan.com/ Start Date: November 10, 2012 Location: Gero city, Gifu, Japan About this Japan blogger In October of 2012, I moved to Japan to manage a commercial printing company. In […]

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Japon, Cultura y Arte

Japon, cultura y arte


Blog about Japanese arts and culture and especially dedicated to the arts of Japan, from ceramics, painting, architecture to gardens. URL: http://www.culturanipon.blogspot.com.es/ Start Date: April, 2013 Location: Spain About this Japan blogger Javier Vives is architect and author of “El teatro japonés y las artes plásticas”, Satori ed., 2010; “Japón y su arte”, 3 volumes, e-book, Amazon, 1013 […]

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