• Nakano Broadway: The Hidden Otaku Paradise
    May 2nd, 2013By Category: Living in Japan, Shopping
    Everybody knows that Akihabara is the heart of video game, anime, manga and electronic gadgets but when hardcore otaku go shopping, they go to Nakano Broadway. Built in 1966 as a huge complex of luxury residences and high end shops, today, Nakano Broadway has fou ... » Continue Reading
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    Executive Fight Night 2: Why I fight
    April 16th, 2013By Category: Events
    Why I Want To Fight By Adam "The Landlord" German Wake up hung over. Stumble out of bed and into the shower. Get dressed and head to the station without breakfast. Work a full day, go out drinking with friends / co-workers / clients / by myself. Go home, fal ... » Continue Reading
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    Skiing & Snowboarding in Niseko
    April 12th, 2013By Category: Uncategorized
    Japan is a country known for its rich culture and technological marvels, but is rapidly growing as a top ski and snowboard destination. One of the most beautiful and exciting locations in the country is the mountain ski resorts of Niseko, which offers travelers w ... » Continue Reading
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    A Day In A Life Of A Tokyo Adventure
    April 10th, 2013By Category: Uncategorized
    Living and working in Japan can be one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll have in this life, but when you want to send money to friends and family back home and share the benefits of this life, choosing the best service from the array of money wire services of ... » Continue Reading
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    Sakura Viewing at Shinjuku Gyoen Park
    March 29th, 2013By Category: Uncategorized
    One of the sure signs of spring in Japan is the blossoming of the cherry blossoms. Every spring millions of people across the country turn out to celebrate the fleeting beauty of the sakura. Shinjuku Gyoen is one of the largest and most popular parks in Tokyo and ... » Continue Reading
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    Touch Screen Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurant
    March 13th, 2013By Category: Video
    Conveyor Belt Sushi - also known as Kaiten Sushi is a popular style of sushi restaurant in Japan. Typically the sushi chef will stand in the middle of the restaurant and fill the orders of the customers as they call them out. This particular restaurant chain, cal ... » Continue Reading
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    Seven Bank International Money Transfer Service
    January 22nd, 2013By Category: Uncategorized
    Everyday thousand of people working in Japan need to send money to their friends and family living overseas. The 7 Bank International Money Transfer service is a quick and simple way to send money, 24 hours a day, seven days a week! Living and working in Japan ca ... » Continue Reading
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    2013 Tokyo Auto Salon
    January 12th, 2013By Category: Events
    The Tokyo Auto Salon is the largest auto exhibition in the world. There are over 600 vehicles for display with over 300 companies, associations, and schools. There are also after-market parts manufacturers, custom shops, care manufacturers, automotive businesses, an ... » Continue Reading
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    Tokyo Game Show 2012
    September 20th, 2012By Category: Uncategorized
    The 2012 Tokyo Game Show opened for the press on Thursday with over 200 companies exhibiting their latest games. In recent years the spotlight has moved away from gaming consoles towards online gaming as the popularity of smartphones has increased. This was especial ... » Continue Reading
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    How to make NYC Style Sesame Bagels(胡麻ベーグルの作り方)
    July 6th, 2012By Category: Food & Dining, Video
    So how many of you are from NYC? Montreal? have the custom to eat bagels on a daily basis? As for me, the very first time I learnt about "bagels" when in 1994 in Huntington Beach, California, USA. It was after our daily running training session, and my coach took me and ... » Continue Reading
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    Hajimemashite! I am the Dancing Chef Kumigar!
    June 29th, 2012By Category: Culture, Food & Dining, Video
    Hi everyone! My name is Kumiko and I am known as the Dancing Chef Kumigar on YouTube. LOL This is my first blog entry on GaijinPot and I can not hide my excitement to be here! Big thanks to the GaijinPot crew to inviting me as a part of the blogging team! ARIGATO!! ... » Continue Reading
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    Mark Your Calendars for Samurai X
    May 25th, 2012By Category: Arts & Entertainment, Video
    If we are to count Hollywood films with Japanese themes and influences, surely one day won't be enough to discuss an entire genre alone. Filmmakers get inspiration from Japanese literature, from music, from animation. There's Memoirs of a Geisha, The Last Samurai, Kil ... » Continue Reading

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