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Getting a Mobile Phone Plan in Japan

Phone Plans For International Students When being overseas, especially in a non-English-speaking country like Japan, you really need a cell phone. Not forgetting to mention those with data plan is of course ideal. Having a cell phone in Japan is crucial to keep in contact with friends and to si... READ MORE

Essential Japanese Phrases Every Study-Abroad Student Needs To Learn ― Post Office

Sending Parcels in Japan Sending mail overseas from Japan can be a lot more problematic than anticipated. However, as international students staying in Japan by ourselves, there will be times when we find the need to get to the post office to either send or receive packages from our loved ones,... READ MORE

What’s Happening Now in Fukuoka & Japan in April

More Companies Open to Allowing Employees to Work at Home – Nationwide Teleworking, a work style that features telecommunications technology that allows people to work at any time or place, is becoming common, buoyed by a recent trend to require a review of conventional work approaches, a... READ MORE

Garbage Disposal in Japan – Burnable & Non-Burnable Items

Learn the Rules of Japan’s Trash & Recycle Disposal When you live in housing complexes such as apartments you will deal with many different people in your daily life. Therefore, it is important to adhere to the following rules and guidelines in order to maintain amicable relations with others... READ MORE

Prepare For an Earthquake in Japan

Earthquakes Are Very Common in Japan Everyone knows that Japan is an earthquake-prone country due to its location at the Pacific Ring of Fire, but the events of March 2011 made it much more real for many of us living in Japan as international students and foreign expatriates, or those who are... READ MORE

What’s Happening Now in Fukuoka & Japan in March

Over 5 Million Foreign Visitors in Kyushu & Okinawa – Fukuoka The Immigration Bureau of Japan’s Fukuoka branch has announced that over 5,529,089 foreigners visited Kyushu and Okinawa in 2016, a 33% increase over the previous year. A quarter of those came from cruise ship landings which... READ MORE

Renting Apartments in Japan

Renting Apartments Not an Easy Process Foreigners who come to Japan either to further their studies or work face tons of problems, ranging from minor and trivial matters to major ones. One of the first major challenges that many international students face when moving to Japan is finding a pl... READ MORE

Essential Japanese Phrases Every Study-Abroad Student Needs To Learn ― Feeling Sick

Falling Sick in Japan No matter where you live, you are bound to fall sick at any one point of time, maybe once every two or three months or so, depending on the person’s immune system. However, when sick, there are certain procedures to follow, depending on the country where you live in. I p... READ MORE

Cherry Blossoms in Japan

As the plum blossom viewing season comes to an end, another flower viewing season starts. Yes, that’s right. It is the cherry blossom season. By now, it looks like the cherry blossom viewing (or also known as “hanami”) season has arrived to many areas in the southern part... READ MORE

Plum Blossoms in Full Bloom in Fukuoka

Come View Plum Blossoms in Fukuoka! When people talk about cherry blossoms, I am pretty sure that many of you would know what it is all about. People all around the world are really familiar with the famous Japanese cherry blossoms. They may have probably gone for at least a cherry blossom... READ MORE

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