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As Japan's second biggest city after Tokyo, the capital city, Yokohama is a top destination for expatriation. This developed port city provides many professional opportunities for expatriates thanks to its diverse industry.

Living in Yokohama will also allow you to enjoy an exceptional quality of life along with lush nature and a huge historical and cultural legacy which will not fail to seduce you.

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Tokyo is world-famous for its wide range of leisure activities. This multifaceted city has dedicated entire areas to relaxation and discoveries. Indoors or outdoors, you will undoubtedly, there is something for all ages and tastes. Here is how to keep yourself busy in your free time in the bustling capital city.

Whether with your family, friends, in couple or solo, there is much to see and do, in Tokyo. Let's have a look at the different activities available in Tokyo for everyone.

Wondering about sports activities in Tokyo? At the dawn of the 2020 Olympic Games, Japan's capital city, best known for its gastronomy and its living environment, also intends to promote and value sports. Indoors, outdoors, or with children here, is a roundup of the different ways to spend your free time.

In Tokyo, you can find food almost everywhere. Walking through stations or commercial streets is like a real gastronomic tour. It is difficult to resist the unparalleled smells. And even in the most remote places, you will always find a restaurant to eat.

At first glance, the Japanese real estate market seems to be doing well. It should be at least as active as its capital, Tokyo, the city that never sleeps between new constructions and restorations. The 2020 Olympic Games are boosting the market thus giving hope for a better future. Here is all that you should know.

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Japan - An Expat Life in Yokohama 2014

5 years ago

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 include many pictures.

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6 years ago

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.

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7 years ago

A blog about living and working in Japan.

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