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8Thu 2016

Smoking pot in Japan ? It’s a no no !

Many young people smoke pot (on a regular basis). As our business is to help people come to Japan, we thought we should write about that topic. That’s very important because the way Japanese see marijuana is very different from

23Mon 2016

Japanese Etiquette at the Office

Or rather: “Japanese etiquette at the office that ticks off Japanese office workers“. The Japanese website R25.jp has conducted a poll to find out which, out of the many Japanese business etiquette rules, annoy them the most. Two hundreds Japanese

18Mon 2016

Japanese thoughts on International Marriages

We have the opportunity to say that quite often in this space: Japan is opening to the world. Ineluctable globalization.
Demographic issues (aging society and extremely low birth rate). With more and more gaikokujin (i.e. foreigners) in Japan, there are more and

13Wed 2016

In Japan, You can Make Payments using your Fingerprints

The new system is to be tested as soon as this Summer, with the intent to be fully implemented by the Olympic games. Learn about the Japan Biometric Payment Scheme below.
The purpose is obviously to make the shopping experience easier for