It’s by beginning this text that my “adventure” ends. I had to write weekly, but I run short of time I was not able to do it. A big part of this text was written in the train and at the
Spend your Summer in Japan, sharing your time between learning the language (each weekday morning) and visits/trips, cultural activities and discoveries of some of Japan’s most extraordinary places (Mount Fuji, Hakone, Kyoto …).
Live the true Japanese life and practice
Here is a guide to know (almost) everything about Oshôgatsu (お正月), the Japanese new year – a very important time in Japan. As you will see, the weight of Tradition is particularly strong during this period.
Before Oshôgatsu, here is the
Many young people smoke pot (on a regular basis). As our business is to help people come to Japan, we thought we should write about that topic. That’s very important because the way Japanese see marijuana is very different from
How to prepare for a Skype Interview?
If you plan to go to Japan to attend a language school or to pursue an advanced degree, then you’ll likely need to do a video interview as part of the application process. Nowadays,
Or rather: “Japanese etiquette at the office that ticks off Japanese office workers“. The Japanese website R25.jp has conducted a poll to find out which, out of the many Japanese business etiquette rules, annoy them the most. Two hundreds Japanese