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Writings about Takamatsu, Kochi, obtaining a working holiday visa, alien registration, vending machines, setting up a Japanese router and more.
I love Japan and Japanese people but these signage gave me good chuckles! When I was working in Tokyo, the funny signage made me ease boredom
Origami Living is a lifestyle blog in Yokohama, Japan. It also covers products and services related to the art of Japanese Living.
"Been there, done that, seen the elephant." So said Victorian-era travelers when they came home from their adventures. So said I upon my return to the US after years and years of living on two small islands, England and Japan. But is there life after elephant-spotting? Some reflections and thoughts...
Gajin Wife is 33 and lives in the middle of nowhere in Oita prefecture, Japan. After two years on exchange and three years on JET, GW decided to call Japan home. Also sharing GW's life are a Japanese hub (who can be a complete twat on ocassions but who makes up for it through international relations meetings (wink wink nudge nudge) and generally being a very good daddy) - daddy to Master Shou (born June 2006), Princess Marina (born October 2007) and Master Ryu (born June 2009). Gaijinwife also lives with her mother in law - the cause for many a vent and need to squiff back copious amounts of vino - on occassions when not pregnant or breast feeding (crap
I used to live in Brooklyn, but two years ago I quit my job and moved to Hanoi. Now I live and work, along with my boyfriend, in Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, in Japan. I ramble about our travels, life in the amazingly beautiful Izu Peninsula, and my attempts to cook, grow, knit and photograph things.
Unique how-to's and resources for anyone new to Japan, moving to Japan and experienced expats currently residing.
Random observations - the good, the bad, and the ugly. Inaccuracy reigns supreme!
A journal of everything about my experience in Japan, an intercultural/interracial marriage, my new , everyday life and work and culture shock. And you might learn a little, too.
I am an American girl engaged to a Japanese boy. We've settled down in Japan to start a life, a family, and whatever else we can manage! So far we've got graduation from college, full time jobs, marriage, and a new puppy planned for the near future.
American woman married to a Japanese man blogs about contemporary Japanese literature and topics of note.
Japan Images is the photoblog portal to my Asia Images photography galleries at asiaimages.net Please visit these photo features, city galleries, theme galleries and travel images. Resident in Japan for 25 years, there is compehensive coverage including Japanese Festivals, Japanese Cuisine, Japanese Gardens as well as destinations with detailed descriptions.
The best of Europe: Five blogs for five cities
What do Dublin, London, The Hague, Parma, and Galicia have in common? — Sorry, all being European cities, even though it is the right guess, doesn’t count. Okay, we will save you the hustle — here it is, they all have good expat bloggers! Expat.com brings them to you to introduce you to the expat life in the city they have decided to make a home (for now).