The Japanese have an expression that you cannot say “Kekko” (meaning magnificent) until you have seen Nikko. (Nikko wo minakereba “kekko” to iu na.) This mountainous area of natural beauty is combined with all the brilliant art and...
Get your dream job in Japan with a video interview! Read our tips to make a video that will help you stand out from the crowd. The post 6 ways to make a great video interview appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
Hashiriya is used to describe people who particularly enjoy riding cars and motorcycles at high speeds on highways, mountain roads, and other public roads. They place more emphasis on driving skill and vehicle power and performance. The post The history of highbrow street racing in Japan appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
Garth Roberts is a microbrewery owner in Japan and talks about his journey and how you can follow in his footsteps. The post Owning a Microbrewery in Japan with Garth Roberts appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
On this episode I'm doing something a bit different, and sharing some of the lessons I have learned from our most popular guests. The post Lessons From Successful Foreigners in Japan appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
There are some traffic laws for bicycles that if you break, can result in serious consequences. For instance, it is illegal to ride a bicycle whilst intoxicated. Doing so can result in up to to 5 years in prison. There are similarly severe consequences for traffic violations at railroad crossings. The post Never break these bicycle traffic laws in Japan appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]