Watching USA TV in Japan and Abroad

Lately I’ve been watching football and other USA sports and shows live using USATVnow. No setup, no software, I just watch directly from my browser. I’m currently using the free plan that gives you access to ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CW, and PBS. It’s worth checking out. They have a paid option too which would…

Mac tech support service TokyoMac launches for English speakers in Japan!

Are you an English speaking Mac user in Japan? If you need support, I found the answer to your problems! American entrepreneurs Aaron & Josh have recently founded a new remote tech support service at TokyoMac.com where expats and other English speakers can visit to get help with Apple OS X products. They are currently…

Top 5 Most Common Ingredients Used in Japanese Food

For many years the Japanese kitchen remained a mystery to many people, and it was only until Sushi restaurants began to appear, did the concept of eating Japanese food begin to capture the imagination of an increasing number of people, simply because Japanese food has its own distinctive tastes and appearance, is healthy and basically…

Japan Airlines Offering Wireless Internet Connection Service Soon

This summer, Japan Airlines (JAL) will start offering high-speed, wireless internet connection service, the JAL SKY Wi-Fi. The airline is currently in progress in equipping their aircraft across its international fleet using the broadband Ku connectivity solution eXConnect by Panasonic Avionics Corporation. It will be gradually introduced onboard JAL’s international flights. If possible, I think…

AirAsia Flight Attendants and Executives

AirAsia and ANA Venture Success

Flights are expensive, and that’s why I’m happy to see budget airlines succeed and expand. Air Asia, a Malaysian company, is a very affordable airline that mostly flies around South East Asia and in 2011 they teamed up with Japan’s All Nippon Airways to offer affordable flights to and from Tokyo and Osaka. I wasn’t sure how…