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A blog about things to do in Tokyo and travelling around the world!
2.5 years after moving to Japan to teach, I started this blog. It follows my adventures that range from international travel to weekend day trips. I try to write about interesting cultural differences, as well as personal experiences and thoughts that pertain to expat life.
Find out about Tokyo and writing and parenting every week with Tokyo writer. Posts include info on local culture, arts, food and more. I often write about writing and parenting - with an expat focus, of course
Rachel Lake is a Canadian currently living in Japan via the JET Programme. She writes about teaching and living in Japan as well as about travels around Asia.
I am living in Japan for a year with home trips every three months where my husband and dog await my return. I am working on one of the largest energy projects in the world and eating my way through Japan.
Konnichiwa, my name is Christi and I am an American expat living in Japan since the spring of 2011. I'm enjoying my everyday life here in this weird country. This is a personal blog about the fun, life and adventure of living in Japan. FYI, I say "fuck" a lot. Sorry.
My blog is about living and teaching in Japan. It's funny. Some topics include: cultural differences, Japan is ridiculous, EngRish, situational anecdotes, I hate kanji, and much, much more.
Answers to the questions that pop into expats' heads as they go about their life in Japan or read about it in newspapers and books. Started blog in December 2007
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).