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I frequent a ramen shop in Japan where, after 80 bowls, you can get a month of free ramen. So being both cheap and curious I have decided to find out... read more [Hits: 39 - Added: 21-10-13]http://1monthoframen.blogspot.jp...
A digital nomad lawyer blogs about legal issues facing other digital nomads, bloggers and Internet entrepreneurs, along with how to grow and run a... read more [Hits: 31 - Added: 28-01-15]http://www.alawyerabroad.com
I am a 24 year old Scotsman currently teaching English to Japanese schoolchildren. I live in a small town on the east coast of Kochi prefecture. I... read more [Hits: 85 - Added: 10-10-10]http://www.mestarhanta.com
My everyday life in Japan read more [Hits: 64 - Added: 03-08-16]http://adelinelmt.blogspot.fr/
I'm a Canadian girl living and teaching in central Japan. My blog is my way to note and share my experiences living in a foreign country. read more [Hits: 56 - Added: 09-10-11]http://www.adriennethecanadian.c...
I'm hoooked on Asia. 20 Years in Japan and counting.
read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 15-05-12]http://asiatravelbug.net/
Mexican vegan in japan. A gal that made it from the Baja to Japan in order to fulfill a military contract, but ended up finding herself and her true... read more [Hits: 16 - Added: 17-07-14]http://www.carolatic.com
A guide for traveling in Japan on a budget. Great for backpackers, tourists, ex-pats and students. read more [Hits: 37 - Added: 17-03-14]http://www.cheapojapan.com/
Living abroad in rural Japan while teaching English and now working towards teaching in an international school! read more [Hits: 17 - Added: 11-10-16]https://www.everywheretobefound....
Expat: Live From Japan is a collection of my thoughts, observations, rants & raves about life, travel, and surf in Japan. read more [Hits: 25 - Added: 21-07-16]https://www.city-cost.com/blogs/...
A few weeks ago, we wrote about our experience with Typhoon Faxai. It was unusual, as it was both powerful, and its track took it up Tokyo Bay and through the heart of Tokyo. Well, today it’s de... read more
Posted on 12 October 2019 | 1:47 pm
Four Years in Japan
Hi there. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to introduce Tsukimi this time. What is Tsukimi? Tsukimi (月見) literary means moon watching which is also called Chushu no Meigets... read more
Posted on 11 October 2019 | 2:00 am
The Wadas On Duty
Beneath the skyscrapers and behind the alleys, Shinjuku has a stunning park with traditional gardens, a tea house and some of that precious fresh air.
Offering a green refuge since the Edo-period, Sh... read more
Posted on 9 October 2019 | 11:47 pm
Futarayama Shrine 二荒山神社- – Mt. Nyoho 女峰山 – Kirifuri-kougen 霧降高原 . . Where the Lesser is Greater While on... read more
Posted on 2 October 2019 | 12:01 pm
After months and months of writing, editing and getting it out to the bookstores, my latest book, Super Cheap New Zealand, is finally out! It’s the ultimate companion for a budget holiday in Mid... read more
Posted on 25 September 2019 | 12:40 am
Super Cheap Guides
Comfortably Wild: The Ultimate Glamping Guide Thanks for your interest in our glamping book: Comfortably Wild: The Best Glamping
The post Comfortably Wild: Our Glamping Book! appear... read more
Posted on 24 September 2019 | 5:09 am
The one in which I tell you my schedule for PST in my first month in Zambia and hope you realize why I've disappeared and am so super tired.... read more
Posted on 18 September 2019 | 9:00 am
Summer winds down to a close in the Japanese countryside. Summer felt short but it didn’t arrive without providing a number of intense, potentially deadly, days of heat. The Earth is heating up.... read more
Posted on 17 August 2019 | 7:06 am
West Coast to Far East
Summer is usually at its peak in August in Japan with many Japanese returning home to be with extended family, friends, and relatives. It's almost impossible to get around by car with traffic and pa... read more
Posted on 11 August 2019 | 3:15 pm
The Soul of Japan
Classic words from "Only Fools and Horses". After 600+ articles (of which ~30 remain unpublished as I didn't really feel they were complete), it's time (the Walrus said) to take a break. I hope I've b... read more
Posted on 2 July 2019 | 5:29 am
TenguLife: The curious guide to Japan
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