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Wander In Japan

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 […]

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Jojoebi Designs

Jojoebi designs


Life in japan raising a bilingual child in a Montessori inspired home, crafts, cooking, kids activities, travel and everything in between. URL: http://www.jojoebi-designs.com/ Start Date: May, 2007 Location:  Saitama, Japan 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 […]

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Chasing cherry Blossoms

chasing cherry blossoms


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! URL: http://chasing-cherry-blossoms.blogspot.jp/ Start Date: May, 2011 […]

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KA International Mothers in Japan


Addition to Japan Blog Directory 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 […]

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Sumo Joe Says

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! URL: http://sumojoesays.com/ Start Date: April, 2013 Location:  South Carolina, USA About this Japan blogger […]

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Matsuri Times

Matsuri Times


All about matsuri – a collection of photography, videos, and stories from religious, folk, historic, and modern festivals in Japan. URL:  http://www.matsuritimes.com/ Start Date: January 1, 2010 Location: Osaka, Japan About this Japan blogger I have lived in Japan for over five years now. Soon after coming to Japan I became attracted by all sorts of […]

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Ink Treasures

Ink Treasures


Ink Treasures is a blog co-created by two accomplished artists, an ink painter Mariusz Szmerdt, and a calligrapher Ponte Ryuurui. The site is devoted to the subject of Japanese and Chinese calligraphy and ink painting. The area covered by our articles is very wide. We write about history, traditions, cultural aspects, modern art, etc., but […]

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Tokyo Hometown

Tokyohometown


This is a blog by committed lovers of Tokyo who want to show anyone interested why they have chosen to live here, of all the cities in the world. Surely, it is the perfect city to blog about, with all this energy, all this wonderful weirdness. URL: http://tokyohometown.blogspot.jp/ Start Date: September, 2012 Location: Hiyoshi, Yokohama, Japan About this […]

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Victor Edision

Life in Japan


This is a comic-journal-diary-blog about my life in Japan. I’ll be updating it every few days but, because these strips take time to draw, they’ll be about a month or two behind “real time.” My name is Victor Edison, I’ve been living in Japan, teaching English, studying Japanese, and drawing comics since 2004. URL: https://victoredison.wordpress.com/ Start Date: March […]

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Japan Blog: Tokyo Baths

Kyoto Baths


Kyoto Baths aims to make public bathing in Kyoto more accessible to foreigners unaquainted with the customs but curious to try. During my first visit to Japan a friend took me to an onsen. I loved the experience and when I came back to Japan in 2007 to settle I started exploring onsen and sento. […]

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