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Itsumo Japan

ITSUMO JAPAN


Itsumo Japan is a blog all about Japan, the culture, the arts, the language, the food, everything. I hope that Itsumo Japan will become a useful resource of all things Japanese, especially places that you can experience Japanese culture in the UK and will be helpful for anyone that loves Japan as much as I […]

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Farmofminds


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: Farmofminds Farmofminds is a blog dedicated mainly to Japanese car scene. URL: http://www.farmofminds.com/ Category: Others Start Date: April, 2007 Location: Europe About this Japan blogger My name is Matt. I am obsessed with Japan. I like Japanese culture.  I live in Europe and I report Japanese car news on my blog. […]

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Mom in Two Cultures


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: Mum in Two Cultures An always humorous and sometimes poignant blog by a working mom of three who juggles her career, their bi-cultural Japanese-American life, and the highs and lows of having kids with ASD and severe food allergies. URL: http://www.momintwocultures.com/ Category: Japan Abroad Start Date: February, 2011 Location: Indiana, USA […]

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Schnell Interculturell

Schnell Interkulturell


Unser SCHNELL INTERKULTURELL Blog informiert über Kuriositäten, Stolpersteine, Interessantes und Neues aus der Welt der Interkulturalität und der deutsch-ostasiatischen Beziehungen. URL: http://schnellinterkulturell.de/ Start Date: January 1, 2010 Location: Germany

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Meiji Bunka Institute – Japan in Africa


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: Meiji Bunka Institute Meiji Bunka Institute is aiming to create understanding between Japan and Africa through culture. URL: http://www.meiji-bunka.blogspot.com/ Category: Japan Abroad Start Date: July 30, 2011 Location: Abidjan, Ivory Coast About this Japan blogger – Recent Posts Simply Wonderful Cross Culture Africa Japan

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Japan Blog: Digital World Tokyo

Digital World Tokyo – Gadgets, Gear and Good Stuff from Japan


The site features occasional news snippets from the Japanese tech field, with a recent unhealthy emphasis on the iPhone and iPad. While the site isn’t intended to be a comprehensive news source, the insights and tips are sometimes not ignored by the thousands of monthly readers with a specific interest in Japan. “After starting life far […]

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TokyoTek – Cool & Shiny Stuff from Japan


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: Tokyotek TokyoTek brings you stories from the realm of “I can’t believe it’s not sci fi”. Innovative developments in Japanese technology that give of a glimpse of tomorrow. New and unusual gadgets, robotics, augmented and virtual reality. This is the future; this is TokyoTek. URL: http://tokyotek.com/ Category: Japan Technology Blogs […]

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Wireless Watch


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: Wireless Watch Founded in 2001, Wireless Watch Japan is the original, independent English news source on Japan’s mobile industry and provides in-depth and original coverage via news reports, analytical articles, streaming video & audio programs and a free email newsletter. URL: http://wirelesswatch.jp/ Category: Japan Tech Blogs Start Date: 2001 Location: Tokyo, Japan […]

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The Angler


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: The Angler The state of sport fishing as seen through the eyes of a few deranged lure anglers stranded in Japan and their like-minded counterparts overseas. Good reads, emotional and spiritual support for addicted fishermen all over the globe. URL: http://www.theangler-gpc.com/ Category: Others Start Date: September 2009 Location: Oiso, Japan About the […]

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il diritto c’è, ma non si vede


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: il diritto c’e, ma non si vede il diritto c’è, ma non si vede – is the first Italian blog on Japanese law. It deals with all the aspects of Japan related to the law (constitutional, civil, criminal, administrative… no field is excluded) and its role in Japanese society. The language […]

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