Three keys to learning Japanese

The following article is a contribution from Roger Lake. You’ll find a lot of good tips below, and a good video explanation on his site – Are you having a tough time learning Japanese? If you are, it’s understandable. For people who think in

The Ichiban Kan Restaurant in Yangon

The Ichiban Kan is a cozy and tasteful restaurant that has the traditional Japanese restaurant architecture with authentic decoration and atmosphere just like the other Japanese restaurants I’ve been to in Japan. A few locals I met said that this is one of the

Q&A: Short term work in Japan?

Question: Renee writes in – Hi there – love your site. It is very inspirational as an American looking to live in Japan for a month or two..I am curious if you know of any jobs that an ex-pat could work for a few

Getting Around Japan Efficiently

Many people see going to Japan as a lifelong dream. The imagery of sakura flowers blooming across a street, a dazzling nightlife, and who can forget all the cute clothes and gifts only for sale in this country; are all little things that can

An Overview Of Atheism And Religion In Japan

Over the past centuries, atheism has spread all around the world – nonetheless, many non-religious and agnostic people are still dealing with a fair amount of discrimination in certain countries. Japan is known as one of the countries with the highest rate of non-religious