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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.
We are a Finnish-English family from Brighton, England. In March 2014 we moved to Osaka, Japan for three years without any real prior experience of the culture, people or places in Japan. This blog is about our experience of life and people in Japan, and what faux pas we make and what awkward situations we find ourselves in because we dont know the language or the Japanese way to behave.
This blog follows the recovered manuscript of missing American Eddie Trombone as it is pieced together by the good folks at the Osaka U.S. Consulate.
A guide on life in and about the kansai area of Japan. With sections on places to see, kansai-ben, hopefully people will garner an interest in this rarely blogged about part of Japan.
It's all about football...in Japan with the J-League and Cerezo Osaka, in the English Premier League with Spurs and anywhere the football takes us.
I'm just sharing about small and big things I experience here in Japan. At times, I also post pictures of some interesting spots here.
I just want to write about my adventures here in Japan or to any place where Im destined to go to. ;) As a whole, this blog serves as my public journal. :)
Former market analyst, victim of the credit crunch JP tries to work out whats going down in Japan, the highest-technology country in the world.
The lives and travels of young expat bloggers
More and more young people are looking overseas for their next new adventure, be it the next step in their education or in order to further their career. Though long stints of travelling have been popular for a while, young adults are increasinly looking to make a long-term move abroad. This breed of young expat is often a keen traveller (often using their new home as a base for visiting the region) with a desire to discover the nuances of their new culture. Here are our top five blogs from young expats.