Are you an ALT interested in lessons that go beyond English and engage your students in something a bit deeper? Are you, your JTE colleagues, school administrators, and students interested in actually participating in an international exchange? Today I would like to introduce you to an amazing opportunity for your students.
Back with an interesting and intriguing question to get our brains tingling, we're proud to bring back our "Poll Me" series. So why not go ahead and take a look at today's question, "Should I say hello?" by Auriza Ugalino.
Photo by Akilah Bel Castle in the Rain 2016/06 Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture Fukuyama Castle is a fixture of the city, which is constantly featured in art, photographs...
While Tottori is not the first thing that comes to peoples’ minds when they think of tourism in Japan, Kathy Rice shares her travels around the Tottori Sand Dunes, a destination gradually gaining popularity around Japan.
Summer in Japan is synonymous with heat, but can you imagine dealing with that heat without an air conditioner? Join us in our first poll of the new weekly series "Poll Me" by Riza Ugalino.
Former Hiroshima JET and Wide Island View editor, Liz Millership, is back to share with us an article she recently completed for her graduate studies. Her article offers fascinating and disturbing insight into the global health challenges faced by Japan in today's society. How many of the issues she identifies have you noticed?
Many of our local Hiroshima JETs are multi-talented and newcomer Lauren Frederick is one of them. Read all about her debut novel, an epic sci-fi/fantasy for young adults, here. You might just find yourself swept off to another world.
What are your travel plans this summer? Read all about the lovely village of Gokayama (and famous World Heritage Site). courtesy of the Toyama Tram. You won't want to miss out on this historical wonderland!
by Tom Legge March 29th 2014 was the date for the hippest party in Hiroshima this year. It was to be the 10th outing of...
by Sarah Ervin The new Disney movie 'Frozen' has finally come to cinemas in Japan. Our resident film critic Sarah Ervin tells us what all the fuss is...