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Japan Travel and Living Guide

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Japan Travel and Living Guide

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Where To Stay In Osaka

Kita (Umeda) First time visitors to the second largest city in Japan can struggle to find where to stay in Osaka. Looking for a location that has easy access to all areas in Osaka, Kyoto, Nara & Kobe? The Kita area (Kita meaning North) is an ideal spot for travelers to Japan thanks to its

How To Teach English in Japan

How To Teach English In Japan

Do you want to teach English in Japan? Teaching English in Japan is a great way to experience a different culture and earn money. Japan is one of the most popular countries to teach English in thanks to its unique culture, safe environment and beautiful scenery. Are you thinking about moving to japan to teach?

Learn How To Move To Japan

How To Move To Japan

Are you thinking about making the move to Japan? Starting a new life in the land of the rising sun? We have put together this comprehensive guide to help those who want to learn how to move to japan. Japan is a great choice, one of the safest and busiest countries in the world full

cost of living in japan

Cost Of Living In Japan

Is Japan Expensive? If you are coming from a large city such as London, New York or Toronto then you are going to be surprised at just how much a trip to japan can cost. Living in a foreign country is always difficult, the cost of flying, moving your belongings or starting all over again

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How Much Does a Trip To Japan Cost?

One of the most asked questions; just how much does a trip to Japan cost? If you are going with friends, family or travelling to Japan alone we hope this guide will help you get a better understanding of the costs involved. The cost of a trip to Japan depends entirely on how long you

Choose Your City

Tokyo

The busiest metropolitan area in the world and often the first destination for many visitors to Japan.

Originally a small fishing village named Edo, it soon became the capital and power house of Japan when it became the seat of the Tokugawa shogunate.

Tokyo is a fast moving city full of neon lights and a 24/7 lifestyle.

Osaka

Osaka is the third largest city in Japan based in the Kansai region.

Originally a merchant city Osaka was the heart of Japans economy and was briefly the Capital of Japan.

If you prefer a more laid back attitude to life, great food and comedy then Osaka is definitely the city for you.

Osaka is also home to the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan – Shitennō-ji.

Kyoto

Considered the cultural capital of Japan, Kyoto is a must visit for millions of visitors every year.

Kyoto can be found in the Kansai region of Japan located 56km from Osaka.

Kyoto is full of Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines and beautiful gardens that have remained unchanged for thousands of years.