Author: Yukadon

社内翻訳、通訳経験後、2年前に独立。現在は、特許翻訳、法廷通訳者の傍ら、Webライターとしても活動中。

  1. Oomisoka fireworks New Year in Japan

    Do you know about “Oomisoka” (New Year’s Eve…

    As soon as Christmas is over, the Japanese begin preparation for the year-end an…

  2. The origin of otoshidama, Japan New Year gift

    What is the origin of “Otoshidama”?

    Why do Japanese give money to children in the New Year? What is the origin of “O…

  3. Japan Stock Exchange closing ceremony Dainokai

    What are Dainokai and Daihakkai?

    Have you heard the word Dainokai or Daihakkai? Dainokai means the last trading d…

  4. 10 Things to Consider When Changing Jobs

    In order to select a more appropriate workplace when considering career change, …

  5. 10 Preparedness against Earthquake

    There are no countries with more earthquakes than in Japan. Because the earthqua…

  6. [Blog] How to Take the Best ID Photo for Your Resu…

    For most Japanese companies, ID photo are required for resumes to be submitted w…

  7. [Blog] Current status and ideal state of career in…

    Current status and ideal state of career independence of Japanese companies&…

  8. [Blog] 7 Surprising Events at Japanese Companies

    For Japanese companies, we conduct various company events in order to enhance co…

  9. [Blog] Reasons Why Japanese Companies Want Foreign…

    Japanese companies want to hire foreign workers for various reasons, such as exp…

  10. [Blog] 5 Things to Facilitate Communication at the…

    Many Japanese people place importance on communication in the workplace. However…

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    How to Extend Your Japanese Visa Part II…
  2. Everything you need to know about Osechi-ryori, Japanese New Years' food

    Author: Valerie

    Everything You Need to Know About Osechi…
  3. Japanese for Work Videos

    [VIDEO] Japanese for Work – Make a Great…
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    [Blog] Good Language Skills: the Most Ne…
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