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Hi, I'm Chris from Austrlia. My blog contains heaps of tips about how to live and survive in Japan, surrounding topics about culture, people, comics,... read more [Hits: 26 - Added: 25-08-12]http://followmetojapan.wordpress...
I'm a 5'8" redhead teaching English and trying to fit into daily life in Japan with my beginner's level Japanese. I write about my travels, my... read more [Hits: 25 - Added: 20-06-13]http://www.fornowjapan.blogspot....
A blog updated 3-4 times/ week chronicling my job, half marathon training/ weight loss (1/3 of the way to losing 60lbs!), tsunami volunteering,... read more [Hits: 28 - Added: 02-04-12]http://www.laurelraab.com
The plan is to go places too far to visit while we have a job and too rugged to do when we’re old. Don’t try to see everything; move slowly but... read more [Hits: 10 - Added: 05-12-12]http://HoneyTrek.com
Randon jottings on life in Tokyo , things to do, places to go. read more [Hits: 57 - Added: 14-02-09]http://www.seoul-man.blogspot.co...
I'm Laura! A Marine Corps Wife enjoying the island life on the other side of the world! Over my little space of the internet i blog about our newlywed... read more [Hits: 8 - Added: 29-07-13]http://www.inspirationsparks.com
An undergraduate student from the USA, I am spending one year studying the language, economics, and cross-cultural communication in Japan. The goal of... read more [Hits: 46 - Added: 28-11-10]http://japanesejakejessop.blogsp...
Japanoblog is a blog started by Keat and Kyle Perkins in 2015, from the US.
read more [Hits: 10 - Added: 03-06-16]http://japanoblog.com
Kuma Station is an expat and travel blog about an international couple living in Tokyo. We share our story and give helpful tips about traveling and... read more [Hits: 0 - Added: 21-02-20]http://kumastation.com/
This is a comic-journal-diary-blog. I’ll be updating it every few days but, because these strips take time to draw, they’ll be about a month... read more [Hits: 50 - Added: 26-10-12]http://lifeinjapan-comic.blogspo...
The one where I wax on for too long about the six biggest lessons that I've learned in the exactly six months that I've been living in Zambia with the Peace Corps.... read more
Posted on 21 February 2020 | 4:00 pm
This one was a little hard to write. There is a beauty to the second Monday of January each year in Japan; it represents the single moment the youth of a nation celebrate their twentieth birthday... read more
Posted on 16 January 2020 | 12:32 am
TenguLife: The curious guide to Japan
Bicycles are very common in Japan. Some people use it as part of their daily commute while others are enthusiasts and love riding as a hobby. Having a bicycle in Japan can be convenient, but the proce... read more
Posted on 25 December 2019 | 12:00 am
Survive In Japan
Taking care of Productivity for Writers not too long ago offers me contemplating the reason why I compose, and also that which I’d like to reach together with my own writing. In addition, it is ... read more
Posted on 15 September 2019 | 4:11 pm
Informative Blog For Students
6/22/19With only one weekend for fun stuff and exploring while in Hawaii on a business trip, I knew that I had to make the most of my very limited time. There was no doubt that hiking would be a major... read more
Posted on 24 June 2019 | 4:53 am
I'll take you in my backpack
Suica card Tokyo: Suica vs pasmo | イコカ スイカ Are you heading to Tokyo soon and want to know if ...
The post The Tokyo Travel Pass: Suica vs Pasmo イ|... read more
Posted on 18 January 2019 | 5:22 am
The Passport Lifestyle
If you visit Japan for the first time, Tokyo is usually the place everybody wants to check out. And indeed there are many exciting things to discover in Tokyo – some of them will be introduced ... read more
Posted on 13 January 2019 | 10:50 am
Here's an August flower for you. Not your beloved cherry blossoms, but your favourite colour. I miss you.... read more
Posted on 21 August 2018 | 4:33 am
As part of our last weeks in Japan, we get a tour of Okinawa!... read more
Posted on 8 August 2018 | 1:00 am
Japanoblog - Travel, Life, and Food in Japan
Picture this: You’re on your first nomadic journey around the world. You’ve got your new backpack on your back, Google maps in hand, and a free spirit inside of you. Then someone steals yo... read more
Posted on 6 June 2018 | 6:50 am
A Lawyer Abroad
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