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FUKUOKA CHRISTMAS MARKET 2018 !! Help Wanted !!

Work at the Hakata Christmas Market

Fukuoka Christmas World is looking for people from abroad interested in seasonal employment at the Christmas Market in Hakata as well in Tenjin. Briefing Date & Time: Monday, November 5th 2018 @ 16:15 Meeting Place: Japanese Language School Shift time

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Beginner Friendly SUP at Fukuma Beach

Enjoy your time in Japan cruising around Fukuma Beach on a stand up paddle board.  

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Japanese for Adults M30+

Improve your Japanese language skills in an adult environment with lots of practice in classes between 2 and 4 students. Our experienced teachers will help you speak, listen, read and write with confidence. https://japanese-school-asahi.com/japanese-language-courses/mature/

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Japanese Course in June

We have vacancies for our Japanese beginner course from June 4, 2018. Secure yourself a spot today and become a part of our family-like community in Fukuoka! We recommend you get familiar with Hiragana and Katakana before starting your course.

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Nagasaki

Kyūshū is the most south of all five Japanese islands and offers a huge variety of cultural and historical treasures. Even though Fukuoka is the biggest city of Kyūshū, there is way more to explore on the Japanese south coast.

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Nagasaki Lantern Festival 2018

From February 16 to March 4, you have the chance to attend the “Nagasaki Lantern Festival”. During this festival, a large number of lanterns is set up around the old and new China Town as well as at favorite tourists

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Owarai – Japanese Comedy on Television

Japanese television has a certain reputation with Western audiences for being extremely colorful and sometimes a little weird. In fact, Japan has a huge variety of game shows, entertainment programs and comedians who get broadcasted on television. Let’s take a

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Fukuoka’s Local Dishes 

In this article, we would like to introduce you to traditional meals from Fukuoka Prefecture, which are still being served as local specialties today. First, there is Tonkotsu Ramen (豚骨ラーメン). This special kind of ramen is boiled with pig bones,

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Japanese Newspapers

Even though Japan has the reputation of a Hightech country, print media such as magazines, comics and newspapers are still around and popular all over the country. Let’s take a closer look at Japanese newspapers or Shinbun (新聞). Japanese newspapers

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Davide from Italy is doing an unpaid internship @ SUiTO Fukuoka

Davide came to Fukuoka to find out what it is like to live and work in Japan! Davide does the unpaid internship program with guidance and support throughout their whole stay.

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Chopsticks 

Chopsticks (お箸) are omnipresent in Japanese society. Nearly every Japanese dish at home or at a restaurant is eaten with chopsticks. So if you plan on visiting Japan, you had better get familiar with these tools, as they will appear everywhere

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Public Transport in Fukuoka 

If you’re visiting Fukuoka, you most likely want to know the cheapest way to get from A to B. There are several services of public transport. We will show you the most common ones and explain how they work. The

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Masks and their Meaning

When people who have not been to Japan watch Japanese television, a frequent question is “why is everybody wearing masks?” In today’s article, we will answer the question of the white masks that can be seen everywhere around Japan. Many

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Staying in Japan – Visa

If you intend to stay in Japan, there’s one thing that you have to take care of before your adventure – applying for a Japanese visa. There are many different visas you can apply for. In the following, we will

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How to save money in Japan

When moving to a new city, it’s always difficult to save money. Here are a few points that could help you save money while living in Japan. 1) Clothes Both UniQlo and Gap are very good, cheap places to shop