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Buy in Japan

Posted in on 6-7-13

Buy in Japan

The Japanese currency is the Japanese yen, abbreviated ¥ (or JPY in foreign exchange contexts). In the past year, the yen has drastically weakened against many major currencies—in July...

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Learn in Japan

Posted in on 6-7-13

Learn in Japan

    Meditation. Many temples in Japan offer English instruction for meditation. Many youth exchange programs bring foreign teenagers to Japan, and the country also has a number of very...

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Work in Japan

Posted in on 6-7-13

Work in Japan

The Tokyo region generally offers the widest array of jobs for foreigners, including positions for lawyers, accountants, engineers and other professionals. To work in Japan, a foreigner...

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Eat in Japan

Posted in on 6-7-13

Eat in Japan

Japanese cuisine, renowned for its emphasis on fresh, seasonal ingredients, has taken the world by storm. The key ingredient of most meals is white rice, usually served steamed, and in fact...

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Drink in Japan

Posted in on 6-7-13

Drink in Japan

The Japanese drink a lot: not only green tea in the office, at meetings and with meals, but also all types of alcoholic beverages in the evening with friends and colleagues. Many social...

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Sleep in Japan

Posted in on 6-7-13

Sleep in Japan

In addition to the usual youth hostels and business hotels, you can find several kinds of uniquely Japanese accommodation, ranging from rarefied ryokan inns to strictly functional capsule...

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Stay safe in Japan

Posted in on 6-7-13

Stay safe in Japan

Japan is probably one of the safest countries in the world, with crime rates significantly lower than that of most Western countries. Crimes and scams Police and the law Police in Japan...

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Stay healthy in Japan

Posted in on 6-7-13

Stay healthy in Japan

Japan is a country obsessed with cleanliness and health hazards are few and far between. Tap water is potable everywhere and food hygiene standards are very high. There are no communicable...

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