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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 ...
I started this blog to rant and rave about my life in Japan but it has unexpectedly turned into something else. It’s become an opportunity to explore my thoughts and feelings about life as an ex-pat ...
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.
Kat & Satoshi's eating and travelling adventures around Japan (and sometimes in Hawaii)
A blog mostly about Japan, but I have also included other travels such as Italy, Paris, Denmark, and more. The images are large and of high quality.
This is a basic travel blog detailing the various places I have been in Japan. It is an extensive list of the most famous places, along with lots of places that are off the beaten path.
Posts about our daily life in Japan and international travel. Originally set up to keep friends and family in the states informed as to our activities. As a result of several requests we now ...
A blog about anything and everything related to Japan, written by a Slovenian man and a Japanese woman living in Japan.
A online zine written by and for the English speaking community in Hiroshima Japan. Featuring articles about living, learning, teaching, and traveling around Japan.
A Canadian expat living in Japan since 2010 and travelling every chance she gets. Don't miss Expat Tuesday and Photo Friday! :D
Four long-term residents of Japan and one former resident of Japan who write about books, ideas, politics, travel, nature, food, movies, music, the world, and everything.
Off the beaten track in Japan: nature, history, culture, spirit, and art
Country living as a springboard for roaming and rambling. With occasional music and light exercise. Now with more Kyoto!
Japan, its scandals, a bit about its politics, other bits about the life of a 'gaijin' and the rest about me, family and the bloody great river we live near.
Organize an event in Japan and invite other members to join