As many of our JETs prepare for their final weeks on the JET programme, the question of what to do next often pops up. To provide inspiration on what to do next, we are pleased to once again bring you the "Where are they now?" series. To get us started, we have an interview with JET alum- Marissa Trierweiler about her exciting and intriguing activities, post-JET.
Now, to bring our Sakura Showdown Contest 2016 to close, here is the winning photo by Michael Lohr. Take a look and the beautiful and stunning photo taken in Ohori Park.
We continue our "Sakura Showdown" contest with the second place photo from Dana Warren. You can view and learn more about this amazing photo here.
So, you want to drive a car in Japan, and you need to get a Japanese driver's license? Don't dismay? Here are some guidelines and tips to help you get on your way!
You snapped away, and now the photos are here on display. Here is our third place winner of the 2016 Sakura Showdown Contest. Go ahead and take a look and the beautiful shot. You won't be disappointed.
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.
Interested in Japanese Pottery, but don't know where to get started? Take a look at Eric Wade's article "A Pottery Class in Japan". It will give you great insight into the world of clay and pottery in the land of the rising sun.
How do you handle being offered new foods to eat? Join us on today's "Poll Me" by Riza Ugalino and share your answers to the question "To try it, or not to try it?"
Life is Japan is all about compromise, but sometimes we just need to let lose and do things the way we want to. That's when the "Gaijin Smash" comes into play. On today's "Poll Me" cast your vote to answer the question "Do you Gaijin Smash?"
Fall is the season of beautiful colours, a temperate climate and amazing food. In our latest "Poll Me" by Riza Ugalino, go ahead and vote on "What you like the most about the Fall season?"