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Find a Job that Fits You in Japan (3): Find Your Passions

Let's Discover Your Passions To Find Your Suitable Job in Japan Have you read the previous article, "Find a job that fits you in Japan (1): Find Your Values" and "Find a job that fits you in Japan (2): Find Your Talents"? If not, please read them first to find your values and talents. As […]

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Find a job in Japan
Find a Job that Fits You in Japan (2): Find Your Talents

Let's Discover Your Talents To Find Your Suitable Job Have you read the previous article, "Find a job that fits you in Japan (1): Find Your Values"? If not, please read it first to find your values. As we discussed in that article, to find a job that truly suits you, it must satisfy three […]

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Find a job in Japan
Find a Job that Fits You in Japan (1): Find Your Values

Let's Discover Your True Values To Find Your Suitable Job Finding the right job for you may seem easy, but it is actually difficult. Often, people work at jobs that they are good at, but don't last long; people work at jobs they love, but lack the skills and techniques; people work at jobs they […]

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Japan ranked first among the 117 countries and regions

The World Economic Forum, a private Swiss research institute, released its ranking of the attractiveness of travel and tourism in 2021. Japan ranked first among the 117 countries and regions covered by the ranking, the first time it has topped the list since the survey began in 2007. This is the first time for Japan […]

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Japanese Companies Require High Japanese Proficiency

Japanese Companies Want High Japanese Proficiency In Japan when hiring non-Japanese with a college degree and specialized skills and knowledge, the attitude of companies that require a high level of conversational ability in Japanese has become a barrier to employment. December, 2021 private data showed that while more than 70% of job offers require the highest level of […]

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What is Wadaiko, a Japanese taiko drum?

In ancient times, taiko drums were used before battles, and even today, taiko drums play an important role in the music that is sometimes played at Japanese shrine festivals. In recent years, "wadaiko" has also spread overseas, and there are now about 1,500 wadaiko teams in the United States. The appeal of wadaiko While Western […]

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What is Shuriken? Various types of shuriken

Shurikens are often associated with "ninja weapons," but in fact they were often used to distract enemies and escape by striking at them while fleeing, rather than for the purpose of attacking them. The name "shuriken" is also said to have been given during Muromachi period (around 14th century) meaning "a sword that is hidden […]

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Ninja Sword or Shinobi Gatana how different?

The length of a normal Japanese sword is about 70cm, but a Ninja sword is about 40cm, making it very compact. In addition, Ninja swords do not have the curvature of the blade, which is unique to Japanese swords. The short, warpless shape of the ninja sword was created to suit the activities of the […]

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Live in Japan: Japanese lifestyle and its social culture
10 Things You Need to Know Before Coming to Japan

By Ryoji Shimada, staff writer If you are a foreigner currently living in Japan, it may seem obvious, but there are many things that may surprise you when you first come to Japan as a non-Japanese. If you know what to expect in advance, you will not be surprised or confused. Here I would like […]

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Live in Japan: Japanese lifestyle and its social culture
Why do Japanese people climb Mt. Fuji?

To Commemorate One’s Life As the Reason for Climbing Mt. Fuji Mt. Fuji was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This summer, with the number of climbers on the mountain expected to exceed the average year, a survey was conducted to find out what people think about Japan’s highest mountain. JustSystems Corporation surveyed 1,100 people […]

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