Japan is full of paradoxes. That makes it all the more fascinating.
The country of Love Hotels prevents its “idols” to be involved in romantic relationships. That can easily be explained by the fact that those young women should represent purity.
We have had the opportunity to mention it numerous times: Japan is doing its best to attract more foreign students. More tourists as well. The Japanese government is working hard to improve the conditions of foreigners’ stays in Japan. And in
Practically, JLPT is comparable to TOEIC test in English. It consists of measuring Linguistic knowledge (Vocabulary, Grammar, Kanji), reading comprehension, and listening.
For foreign people to work or study in Higher Education institutes in Japan, it is necessary to reach level N1 or
Greetings from Japan, from the Motivist Japan team!
Best Wishes to all, and Happy and Successful Studies to the new students coming to Japan this year!
You must have heard of it: this year is the year of the Monkey according to
Kadomatsu, New Year decoration in Japan
The period of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of January is called “Oshogatsu” in Japan. New Year’s Day is called “Gantan”, which means “the beginning of the day”. During Oshogatsu, families gather to celebrate the