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Articles about japan

Lifestyle
by Nikon
9 years ago
Kansai Region Local Japanese Delicacies

Eating out in the Kansai region of Japan is an enjoyable experience.

Lifestyle
by anders
10 years ago
English teaching in Japan

If you are interested in moving to Japan, working as an assistant language teacher is an excellent way to make the move to the Far East. An assistant language teacher (ALT) teaches at elementary, junior or high school. It is possible to find an English teaching position like this...

Entertainment
by blue three
6 years ago
Book Review: Japan's Cultural Codewords

A review of Japan's Cultural Codewords by Boye Lafayette De Mente. Japan's culture has at the same time fascinated and frustrated Westerners for decades. Learn how to navigate cultural differences effectively with this book.

Travel & Places
by retireyoung
10 years ago
After living in Japan for 10 years what I miss and don't miss about the country

I lived in Japan for a total of 10 years and left the country for good at the end of 2006. There are many things which I still miss about Japan and just seeing images on television or on the internet makes me sometimes want to go back.

Not...

Lifestyle
by echizen
7 years ago
Five things you don't know about Japanese politics

In this day and age you cannot read a single newspaper article without the mention of China somewhere in it. Whether it is China’s growing military strength, growing economy or research it seems that they are the new world power. Back in the 1980s though, everyone said the same thing about Japan. It is almost as though Japan has disappeared off the world map. However, this is very wrong. 

Travel & Places
by blue three
6 years ago
Saving Money in Japan

Japan has a reputation for being expensive, but you can save money easily with these tips.

Travel & Places
by Lithium77
7 years ago
Travelling Japan on a JR Pass

Tourists and visitors of Japan: Understanding and navigating Japan's mass transit system and using the JR Pass.

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
A Brief History of the Pacific War

The Pacific War started in late 1941 and continued up until 1945. However, tensions between Japan and the West are best traced back to the 1930s with the Japanese occupation of Manchuria. Following the Japanese occupation of Indochina, America established an economic trade embargo with Japan. Therefore, American...

Lifestyle
by sushantkshr
8 years ago
Celebrate Easter With a Difference: Make a Donation to Earthquake-Tsunami Victims in Japan

Celebrate this Easter with a difference. Feed your body with Hot cross bread and wine and feed your soul by making a donation. Donate towards the relief rescue and rehabilitation of thousands of Japanese who are now left homeless and devastated after the terrible earthquake and Tsunami that shook the houses roads and buildings and washed off millions worth of property from a major part of Japan. Be human. Help organisations raise money and help the victims of Nature's wrath.

Travel & Places
by trufflehunter
6 years ago
Five Super Quick Tips for Non-Luxury Budget Travel in Japan

It is a widespread misconception that travelling in Japan is expensive. However, with careful organization and some knowledge, you can enjoy a budget trip in the Land of the Rising Sun while enjoying its high quality of goods and services.

Travel & Places
by John in Japan
6 years ago
Facts and Myths About Japan

When people think about Japan immediately come to their minds some stereotypes and weird things that they saw on TV or on the internet. Do you know what is truth and what is myth?

History
by Scroobal
8 years ago
The road to war - Russo-Japanese War (Japan's perspective)

The road to war - Russo-Japanese War (Japan's perspective)

History
by Scroobal
8 years ago
The road to war - Russo-Japanese War (Immediate causes)

The road to war - Russo-Japanese War (Immediate causes)

History
by Scroobal
8 years ago
Russo-Japanese War (Japan's view)

Japan's view of the Russo-Japanese War

Health
by ecbyahoo
9 years ago
In Japan An 85 Centimeter Waist Is The Law - Fear The Metabo Diet!

Two of my favorite pastimes: Japan watching and reading about culture-bound syndromes, merged wonderfully in April of 2008 when the Japanese government mandated maximum waist sizes for men and woman between 40 and 74 as part of their annual physical checkups. The limits are strict: 33.5 inches for men...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
The History of the Japanese Empire in the 20th Century

The Japanese Empire greatly expanded during the 20th Century.[1] This trend continued up until 1942, and from then on it quickly shrank in just a few years. It was not so much a gradual decline, but more of a collapse by 1945. In 1905, Japan was at war...

Travel & Places
by John in Japan
6 years ago
The 5 Most Popular Tea Flavors in Japan

Japanese people made tea drinking a form of art, it's worth to see the most popular flavors among them.

Travel & Places
by Sayernen
5 years ago
Japan by Seasons - Autumn / Fall

This article describes what is best about being in Japan in the Autumn / Fall.

Travel & Places
by DubeluWriter
4 years ago
Which Country Has The Most Vending Machines?

Vending machines are popular because they do not require people to run them. Do you know which country is fanatical over them?

Business & Money
by MasterDayton
8 years ago
Differences Between American and Japanese Business Management Styles

Read on to learn about the major differences between American and Japanese business management styles.

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