The best way to experience their traditional community lifestyle is to stay at a kominka (an old Japanese folk house) hotel. Slow down and enjoy your time at a Kominka hotel that fits into the atmosphere of the traditional streetscape.View More Let’s Go to Aichi Prefecture, Which Has Ghibli Park!
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Numerous embassies dot the area of Azabu in Tokyo’s Minato City, making it home to global residents, fancy restaurants, and international stores. On the other hand, Azabu is also known for the “Azabu-Juban Shotengai,” a shopping street for the locals.View More Explore Azabu, a Retro but Trendy Area of Tokyo!
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APRIL 2023 (VOL.186) Zak Holt Were you hesitant to relocate to Japan? No, I wasn’t. I’ve been to Japan a few times beforehand, and I knew I didn’t want to stay in the UK, so I was rather excited to move to Japan. For the most part, even if you don’t know Japanese, or have limited knowledge of Japanese, you can still get around and enjoy yourself a bit. What do you do in Japan? I work as head translator and project manager for Peak Japan, a crowdfunding team based in Tokyo, Japan. We take mainly made-in-Japan and Japanese-designed projects…View More I LIVE IN JAPAN / Zak Holt / Translator, Project Manager
I’m a licensed kimono teacher and stylist. I’ve been studying the art of kitsuke (着付け, kimono dressing) for almost a decade and passed my teacher’s license after studying for 5 years in a kimono school 4 years ago.View More I LIVE IN JAPAN / Billy Matsunaga / Kimono Teacher and Stylist