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Gift-Giving in Japan

With a rich culture, history and several ancient legends, there are plenty of superstitions to be aware of when giving gifts in Japan. Whether you need to send gifts to Japan to thank a host or want to send a gift basket to a business partner, there are things you need to know. (Source: https:/... READ MORE

What’s Happening Now in August 2018 Fukuoka & Japan

Scorching heat continues for much of Japan – Nationwide Japan continued to experience extreme heat on Sunday as temperatures soared into the high 30s on the last weekend of August. The highest temperature recorded Sunday was 39 degrees in Isesaki, Gunma Prefecture, followed by 38 degrees in Koshiga... READ MORE

Surviving the Summer Heat in Japan

Despite having enjoyed an extremely mild spring, summer in Japan has kicked off with ferocity. If you are from more tropical climes and currently living in Japan, you are likely wondering why everyone keeps moaning “atsuiiiii” (“It’s hot!”) and dabbing their faces with handkerchiefs. For the rest of... READ MORE

What’s Happening Now in Fukuoka & Japan

Temperature soars to 41.1 C in Kumagaya; highest ever in Japan – Saitama Japan logged its highest-ever temperature of over 41 C on Monday as a deadly heat wave continued to grip wide areas of the country. The mercury hit 41.1 C in Kumagaya, Saitama Prefecture, near Tokyo, at 2:16 p.m., eclipsing th... READ MORE

Extracurricular Activities at Japanese Universities

Extracurricular activities are an important part of student life in Japan, and approximately half of the university students take on sports or participate in artistic or cultural circles. We understand that the primary aim of your studying abroad is to study a particular subject, but if you are in a... READ MORE

What’s Happening Now in Fukuoka & Japan in June 2018

Rain sends people back to shelters in quake-hit Osaka area – Osaka The number of people taking refuge at shelters in earthquake-hit western Japan's Osaka Prefecture grew by 1,000 on Wednesday as rain that started in the early hours sparked fears about landslides, leading some residents to return to... READ MORE

What’s Happening Now in Fukuoka & Japan in May 2018

Japan's new 'Airbnb law' a double-edged sword – Nationwide Rental platforms like Airbnb are hoping for a boost from a new law coming into force next month in Japan ahead of an expected surge in demand for the 2020 Olympics, but experts warn it could actually hamper business in the short-term. Curre... READ MORE

Get a Certificate of Eligibility & Student Visa for Japan

If you are interested in enrolling into one of the schools in Japan, be it the language school or university or technical college and so on, you will need to prepare yourself to fill out forms after forms and so much more! Probably one of the required documents that I find unique in Japan is the COE... READ MORE

What’s Happening Now in Fukuoka & Japan in April 2018

Protest rally marks one year since start of seawall work for U.S. base – Okinawa Protesters against the planned transfer of a U.S. air base within Okinawa Prefecture staged a rally at the relocation site on Monday, nearly one year after the start of construction on seawalls there. In late April las... READ MORE

Living with a Japanese Host Family

Spending time with a homestay family is one of the best cultural immersion experiences you can have while traveling or studying in Japan. Whether you're studying abroad for a semester, or exploring Japan for a few weeks, be sure to take a weekend and live with a Japanese family. Japanese people a... READ MORE

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