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…

Roppongi Night Clubs in Tokyo Japan

Enjoying Affordable Bars and Night Life

Izakaya are fantastic. There are also quite a few “one coin bars” around the city. There are a few in major areas like Shibuya and Shinjuku or even Ebisu.  They will literally have a sign that says “one coin bar” and it’s easy to ask anyone because they all understand this term.   These places generally…

Seijin No Hi Post Ceremony Coming of Age Day

Coming of Age Day (Seijin Shiki)

Seijin Shiki, also known as Coming of Age Day, is an important time for Japanese youth. Each year on the second Monday of January, the people of Japan gather to recognize those who have reached (or have almost reached) the age of adulthood in Japan which is commonly considered to be twenty years. At the…

TokyoMac

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…

Smile Android App

Smile! An Android App in English or Japanese

Here’s a fun Android app you should check out. A friend of mine designed it, and it’s free to download through Google Play. If you have a better idea for some text or description of the app, please leave your comments below in this post! Feel free to leave a review too. Smile! is an…