Category: News

Working in Japan
By: Date: February 27, 2019 Categories: News Tags: , ,

Today, we are going to talk about a potential transfer to thousands and thousands of kilometers from your country, in particular in Japan, where a culture obviously very different from ours reigns, with its particularities that include both advantages and advantages.   Working in Japan Even in Japan, since several years, there is the economic…

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Hanami in Tokyo : full bloom of cherry blossoms
By: Date: April 11, 2012 Categories: Festival,News Tags: , , , ,

The Hanami is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the beauty of spring flowering trees, especially those of Japanese flowering cherry trees, the Sakura. In the last weekend, Japan has been celebrating the hanami, the full bloom of cherry blossoms, that despite the powerful winds andrains of recent days did not affect their beauty nor their full bloom.     Hanami is celebrated as parties from Japanese that meet with friends to make picnic, drinking and eating under cherry blossoms. The sakura bloom reach…

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Tokyo Game Show 2011
By: Date: September 27, 2011 Categories: Chiba,News,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: , , , , ,

After the devastating earthquake in March, the event “Tokyo Game Show 2011” was expected more mournful than ever. But the Japanese, who have amazed the world with their resilience, and even more they have impressed themselves, they arranged a fantastic sixteenth edition (which took place the weekend of 17-18 September 2011), that saw record attendance of over 220…

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The world’s steepest roller coaster at Takabisha, Tokyo
By: Date: July 22, 2011 Categories: News,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: , , , , ,

The world’s steepest roller coaster, the latest addition to the Takabisha Fuji Q Highland Amusement Park, opened to the public for the first time the 16th July 2011 and coinciding with it, being recognised by Guinness World Records as the Steepest roller coaster made from steel.   The Japanese roller coaster accelerates to 100 km/h, has a 43m drop…

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The Tanabata Matsuri : the Festival of Stars in Tokyo and Japan
By: Date: July 15, 2011 Categories: Festival,News,Tradition Tags: , , , , , , , ,

The Tanabata festival, also known as the “Festival of Stars“, takes place on Day 7 of 7 th month of the year in towns and cities across Japan. In this date, according to Chinese legend, the two stars Altair and Vega, which are usually separated one from each other by the Milky Way, are able to meet. Because…

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