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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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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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Japanese business cards 

Business cards are playing a much bigger role in the business world as they do in the western world. They are extremely important and the way you treat them implies how you will tread the person from which you received

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Capsule Hotel

There’s a type of hotel that can only be found in Japan. Of course, this could also be an article about traditional Ryōkan but today we want to talk about a modern trend caused by the overpopulation of city areas

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Suica

If you’re staying one of the bigger Japanese cities, public transportation is most convenient way to get around as quick as possible. Since owning a car is expensive and impractical when it comes to parking and traffic, you’re better off

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Sports in Fukuoka

Christmas is the time of the year to relax and enjoy delicious food. Nonetheless, you should be prepared for the next spring and for potential adventures ahead. If you are staying in Japan for a longer period of time, you

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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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11 reasons why Konbinis 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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Earthquakes and Safety

Earthquakes (地震) are a terrifying occurrence. Even without magnitude and possible tsunamis, it is a scary experience to have the ground beneath your feet suddenly start shaking. If you happen to fall in love with Japan, its culture and people, you

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Wi-Fi and Where to Find It

If you happen to stay or travel through Japan, you’ll probably wonder where to find Wi-Fi outside of your home or hotel. There are a lot of places where you can connect to the Internet for free. In the following,

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Mailtime!

Christmas is just around the corner, and if you’re currently in Japan with your family remaining abroad, you might wonder what’s the best way to get a few little Christmas presents over the big pond in time. Once you have

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Fukuoka City Tour on October 17, 2016

city tour

On their first day at Asahi Nihongo, we took our three new students from Germany on a tour through Fukuoka. Jessica, Ulrich and Matej enjoyed the informative walk to important places in the Tenjin area. Since Asahi Nihongo is located

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