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Required Information to Stay at Guest Houses in Japan Now

via Required Guest Information at Guest Houses in Japan


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Want to do a Side Hustle in Japan or in your Country?

I made 877,000 Yen in April. But it was not from teaching English in Japan.

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Dance Nuts Ballet Performance







🚪Dance Nuts Stage 2018

第19回コンテンポラリーバレエスタジオ ダンスナッツ 発表会

🚪2018/12/9 sun.たぶん、3時開場



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Japanese Tea Rooms

Japanese tearooms is one of the greatest aspects of Japanese culture. Japanese people sit on tatami and drink a matcha. In the tearoom, there is a Japanese particular atmosphere. This atmosphere is made from the tearoom’s low ceiling. Low ceilings make Japanese people feel calm. Also, almost every tearoom has the spirit of wabi-sabi. Wabi-sabi is an old spirit which represents Japan’s thinking of beauty. I believe that wabi-sabi can be accepted around the world.

By Kodai

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Manners at Mealtime in Japan

I will introduce the dietary manners in Japan .
Generally,Japanese people say “Itadakimasu”when they eat,and “Gochisousama” when they finish. – to show appreciation to the food and the cook.
We eat dishes using chopsticks.It is difficult to use chopsticks.So,the Japanese are practicing using chopsticks since childhood.It is better manners to pick up the rice bowl when eating from it.
Also,Japanese people make sounds when sipping noodles such as soba,udon and ramen.
Please also do so when you eat in Japan.
by Maki
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Schools in Japan

I will introduce schools in Japan.We have to wear school uniforms at school.Uniforms differ from school to school.So,people can recognize your school by the uniform.Part of the girls choose a high school uniform.Do you know Kyushoku ?It is our school lunch.It is distributed by each school. You eat it with everyone.In this way,Japanese school is often unified.

By Miyu

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Japanese Culture for Japan Living

Japanese Culture for Japan Living


I think that the best feature of Japanese culture for Japan living is safety and cleanliness. In Japan, office workers and students are usually sleeping in a train and bus, but nobody steals their wallets and baggage. It can be said that Japan is safer than other countries, so if you are tired, you can always sleep on public transportation.


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In addition to that, Japanese towns are clean and public health institutes are always kept clean.  After a festival, there is much trash, but most people clean up by themselves.


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I think the greatest point is that we can drink water for free anywhere. In our home and at all restaurants, we can drink water for no fee. The reason is that the Japanese government sets standards and keeps water quality clean.   If you plan to live in Japan, don’t worry about these two points.


By Nobuhito


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