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I enjoy exploring the 99% of Japan that most guidebooks and websites don't talk about. Why don't they? Maybe because they are too mysterious, too scary or simply too remote. The truth is that those places are so enchanting that it is difficult to come back. I am sharing those special places with you.
I'm an American, living in Japan. I teach English to earn a living, stitch and create to make me happy, and try to experience and learn as much as I can about Japan.
My travel blog where I talk about and review my travels in North America and now expanding around the world starting in Japan!
We are a married couple from the UK, living in Fukuoka. We both work as English teachers and love the people, culture and life in Japan. We enjoy to travel the country making new friends and trying new things. We write fun anecdotes about daily life, advice on how to move to Japan and set-up your new home, and have a great photo page.
20 years work in japan Whether you are a seasoned executive moving to Japan for a short-term expat contract or a long-term resident in Japan changing to a management position this site is for you. I am a French citizen currently living in Japan and I will try to share with you my soon-to-be 20 years experience in Japan, mostly in foreign companies. But WHY? I saw in 20 years so many companies failing in Japan for obvious but simple reasons. I am currently the representative director for a small European company. I was headhunted when the company had only 4 employees but was losing more than 1 Mio EURO and was crippled by debt... it was few years ago. Today we will reach soon 20 employees, are debt free, profitable and even paying dividends to the headquarters. And the business is growing very well. So HOW? My intention is to address in each post a specific issue, sometimes illustrated by a real-life story or experience. At the end of each post I will give some down-to-earth Hints (not advices as I believe you will have to judge by yourself what to do in your own context). Feel free to contact me if you need more insight on a specific issue. So now enjoy the reading.
A Canadian expat living in Japan since 2010 and travelling every chance she gets. Don't miss Expat Tuesday and Photo Friday! :D
This website is an ongoing story of my years living in Asia, and how my perceptions of the world changes when I move between countries and across cultures. My stories are not only intended to help me to reflect about my experiences, but to target anyone who is fascinated about how it is to work, study, or travel in Asia.
I'm a Swedish guy living in Kyoto since september 2014. Here I'm taking a 2 year Master's Degree in Global Business and Management Studies(MBA). Follow the thoughts about my Life in Japan, Various trips, Amazing Food, Health, Part-time job and University Life. As I live and travel around in the Kansai area, most of my focus will be here.
I'm a 20s something Midwest girl who traded open plains for the Japanese urban jungle. I live in Osaka prefecture with my husband and our small herd of cats.
A travel blog of a mango lover Filipina currently living, learning, and loving Japan. Follow her journey as she travels at a slow pace.
Married to a japanese man in Japan I draw webcomics about our daily lives and travels with our daughter. I also share youtube videos of Japan.
This is the blog of a mid-twenties American expat living in southwestern Japan. I write about my experiences while teaching English in a Japanese school, studying Japanese, as well as introductions of different aspects of the culture along with personal insight and commentary.
The best expat mom blogs: Tips for raising your child abroad
From having your baby abroad, to moving in a foreign country with one or more children, expat parents have loads to think and plan about — healthcare, schooling, leisure activities, accommodation. We understand that all this is overwhelming. So, we come to your rescue with a list of five blogs managed by expat mothers, who have travelled that road before.