Bars & Clubs in Tokyo and Seoul

Primarily the reason for going back to Korea was to party for a longer period. While living in Japan, I only went to two new places but heard about a lot that I’ll need to revisit. I discovered old and new places to recommend people to go to this time so this list will help a little….

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Racist/Discrimination I experienced in Japan

  People living in Japan can be slyly racist and discriminate without realising. I still want to live in Japan in the near future but I cannot ignore the imperfections and the way I was treated at times living there. Living there for a year has helped me experience what it is like to feel like…

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Sharedhouses: GG House

From March to July 2017, I stayed at GG House. or GG House West Right (Nishi Arai). You can get to this house by Hanzomon or Hibiya Line to Nishi Arai Station. While it was a huge improvement from staying at World Unite!, it felt more of a dormitory for students and long term travellers. Nevertheless,…

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Looking after children in Japan

  One of the three jobs I did in Japan was look after Japanese families children as a English speaking babysitter for Little Hug. With this role, the whole point is to speak completely in English to the child, teach them words and short sentences and raise them for the short time to know what’s…

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Ramen Recommendations!

  Although ramen places are everywhere in Japan, I’ve checked out a few that are different from Ichiran Ramen, a famous Hakata brand. Although it is delicious to foreigners, my friend told me it’s not the same for the Japanese so I started to check out a few different places to recommend people visiting and…

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Q&A: Working Holiday in Japan

Many people are scared to go on a working holiday and have no idea what is in store for them. Along with the language, there’s a few things need to think about before and after starting their working holiday in Japan. Experiencing living in Tokyo, there is a lot of things I wish I had…

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