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  1. Author: J.J.

    3 English Skills You Might Need as a Bilingual in …

    Being bilingual is fun. Just saying you're bilingual intrigues others because it…

  2. write a good cover letter for a job in Japan

    Author: Yukadon

    How to Write a Great Message for Your Online Job A…

    There are many opportunities to exchange emails with companies during job huntin…

  3. Author: J.J.

    A 5 Minute Introduction to Religion in Japan

    Religion. It's a big topic, and it is a talking point no matter to what country …

  4. Author: J.J.

    Belly Busting Burgers in Tokyo

    If you have read some of my blog posts, you know I enjoy food history and cookin…

  5. how to use your Japanese health insurance

    Author: Bill

    Seeing A Doctor Or Dentist In Japan

    As you might expect, the Japanese have a very well developed healthcare system p…

  6. Author: Yukadon

    13 Flavors of KitKat Found Only in Japan

    Reference source: https://nestle.jp/brand/kit/chocolatory/Nestle Japan, the l…

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    Author: J.J.

    The Quirks of Spoken Japanese

    Many times, as an obviously native English speaker, Japanese will want to wow yo…

  8. Narita, Haneda, or Ibaraki airport

    Author: Valerie

    Flying into Kanto: Which Airport is the Best?

    So you’ve got the job and are now preparing for your flight into Japan. Before b…

  9. Author: J.J.

    Tanabata Festival

    Tanabata festival decorationsOne of the best parts about living in Japan has t…

  10. red and white bean paste cakes

    Author: J.J.

    Wagashi: The Tastes of Japanese Sweets

    A while ago, I wrote an article about chocolate and how Japanese, and also yours…

  1. Author: Bill

    How to Deal with Interview Nerves
  2. Author: J.J.

    [Blog] “Finding a job is a full-time job…
  3. Author: J.J.

    How Cherry Blossoms Became the Symbol of…
  4. Author: J.J.

    Three Tricks to Keep You on Track to Mas…
  5. Author: Onomatopoeia

    Japanese Hot Springs
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