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As the only school in Japan we also offer sailing-trips. On those trips the students can sail to an Island, where they can do a BBQ and try out water sports. That is always very funny and the students like

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We want everyone who is interested to get in touch with the Japanese language and culture in order to establish international relationships.

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National Holidays 2020

01/01 (Wed) Japanese New Year 01/13 (Mon) Coming of Age Day 02/11 (Tue) National Foundation Day 02/24 (Mon) The Emperor’s Birthday 03/20 (Fri) Vernal Equinox Day 04/29 (Wed) Shōwa Day 05/04 (Mon) Greenery Day 05/05 (Tue) Children’s Day 05/06 (Wed) Constitution Memorial Day 07/20 (Mon) Marine Day 07/23 (Thu) 2020 Tokyo

Delicious Chicken Skewers – Yakitori

Yakitori is a Japanese type of skewered chicken, which is considered one of the tastiest snacks that you can get at an Izakaya. Let’s take a closer look at how Yakitori is actually made: The preparation of Yakitori involves skewering

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Izakaya – A Traditional Japanese Bar

The Izakaya (居酒屋) is to Japan what the saloon was back in the Wild West – an important place for social interactions, a tavern to get drinks and a restaurant combined in one building. When entering a typical Japanese Izakaya,

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Karaoke – a Fun Thing to Do in Japan!

There are so many things you can do here in Fukuoka, really fun things to do. And for me, one of the most fun things to do is Karaoke.

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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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Yanagawa boat tour

Enjoy a boat trip on the Yanagawa River in a very Japanese way. The city of Yanagawa is located 70 kilometers south of Fukuoka. The train ride to Yanagawa, which is a very beautiful and peaceful old castle town, takes

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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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11 Reasons Why Japanese Konbini Are Super Useful

If you stay in Japan, your closest Konbini (コンビニ) will surely become one of your best friends. In the following list, we will show up what makes the market’s concept so extremely useful. 1. Avoid getting wet in the rain

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Iki Tofu Making Workshop

Looking forward to our new event! The IKI NATURE LOVERS CLUB presents the Iki Tofu Workshop. Iki Tofu is considered to be one of Japan’s most delicious tofu. During this workshop you will learn more about Iki tofu and you

Iki Infotainment Evening

Looking forward to our new event! The IKI NATURE LOVERS CLUB presents Iki Island – one of Japan’s most beautiful islands! On Iki island you can find impressive beaches, beautiful landscapes and ancient Japanese temples! Become a club member and

Nishinihon Ohori Firework Festival


Fukuoka has a very pretty Hanabi. You may be surprised, because There are so many people who come to see Hanabi. You can also enjoy looking at all those Yukata. The girls are all dressed so lovely. The firework will last for 1

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Hakata Gion Yamakasa 2017

Today, the famous Yamakasa festival ended. This is why Asahi Nihongo wants to inform you about the probably most iconic festival of Fukuoka City. The festival starts every year on July 1st and ends on July 15th with a float

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