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Apr 27, 2021hightech
Developers Summit 2021: A Report from One of Japan’s Largest IT Engineer Events

Hello, Yoshimasa here. Developers Summit2021, Japan’s largest IT engineer event, was held on February 19, 2021. I was a speaker at the conference. In a normal year, we would have reserved a large hotel and had talented, prominent speakers in the field offering a look at the latest tech of the season.

Apr 20, 2021hightech
How to Secure Remote Access for Employees

One of the common practices for granting remote access is through VPN, however, it affects the speed of the connection.
Even though most companies add bandwidth to their network to tackle the issue, remote workers still have to face slower access to the systems.

Apr 7, 2021hightech
Sony’s latest ventures show Sony at its best: the VISION-S electric car and a professional video drone
What kind of company do you consider Sony to be? What is your impression of the company Sony? Since the portable music player genre was created with the WALKMAN, many...
Mar 25, 2021hightech
Introducing the Python 3 Certified Engineer Basic Examination

Hello, Yoshimasa here. The Python Engineer Certification Exam I and my coworkers run has been taken by over 10,000 students in the past three years, and is on track to be taken by another 10,000 in its fourth year.


May 17, 2021work
The Boss Survival Guide: The Do's and Don'ts of the Japanese Workplace

Working for someone comes with a whole mess or unspoken assumptions and rules (or business etiquette, if you’re trying to phrase it nicely), especially in a Japanese workplace, and the consequences for missing those rules aren’t generally something you want to deal with.

Apr 16, 2021work
Workplace Communication and Manners in Japan

It turns out there's a bit more to talking to people at work than one article can cover. I know, I wish there wasn't, but since it's things you might need to know, we might as well cover it.

Mar 30, 2021work
First Day on the Job in Japan

So, you’ve got a job at a Japanese company. Congratulations! You’ve made it through the application and interview process, and now it’s actually time to go to work.

Feb 18, 2021work
Advice for the First Day at Work

So you just got a new job. Congratulations! The bad news is that you now go to work. I know, I'm not a fan either; really wish someone warned me that this would happen. Worse, there's going to be a first time you go to work, and people are going to expect a lot of things from this.


Apr 13, 2021life
How to Live in Japan on a Budget

Today, we'll be looking at some tips on how to save money in Japan. Part of this has to do with cost of living staying more or less the same while a lot of people have less work than before, but really, it's useful to know anyway.


Jun 11, 2021study
A Quick Introduction to Japanese Slang

So you've learned standard, formal Japanese from classes or textbooks, and not long after, you've run straight into a brick wall of phrases that weren't in there at all.

Apr 28, 2021study
The Best Websites to Help You Study Japanese

Self-study is key if you really want to get ahead in your Japanese language studies. Fortunately, there are a lot of great websites available offering free online study materials that can help keep you motivated. Here’s a run-down of some of the best.

Mar 10, 2021study
Learning Japanese Through TV

We are in a golden age for Japanese language learners. Apart from all the apps, websites, interactive textbooks, and more that you can use to teach yourself, right now access to Japanese content is unprecedented. There is so much out there it can be hard to know where to get started. In this article, I’ll be offering some tips and introducing some of the best Japanese dramas to help out!


Apr 2, 2021culture
Japan’s National Holidays

Japan has a generous number of annual public holidays. There are 16 annual shukujitsu (祝日, national holidays) peppered throughout the year during which schools, public institutions, and many businesses are closed. By law, if a national holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday will also be a holiday.

Mar 18, 2021culture
Primer on Katakana
Last time, we talked about hiragana for a while. This time, we'll be taking a closer look at katakana, the second of the three scripts in Japanese — before you...
Feb 28, 2021culture
Hinamatsuri – Japan’s Colorful Festival of Dolls

Hinamatsuri (雛祭り) is a special festival which is held in Japan every year on March 3rd. This festival, which is known either as "Girl’s Day" or "Doll’s Day" in English, is a family celebration for young girls and is dedicated to their health and happiness.

Feb 25, 2021culture
A Primer on Hiragana

As you probably know, Japanese has three alphabets: Hiragana, katakana, and kanji. You're going to need all three of those; something I'm specifying mostly because I've met people who insist that just one will do, and you should pick kanji because then you know Chinese too (no, it's not the same, and 'I've been to Korea' just makes things worse).


Feb 9, 2021travel
The Top Ten Traditional Japanese Gardens – Part 2

This is the second part of a two-part article on Japan’s most beautiful traditional gardens. In Part 1 we introduced gardens from Himeji, Hiroshima, Nara, Tokyo, and Kyoto. In Part 2 we return to Kyoto to visit two truly unique landscape gardens and then finish with the three most famous gardens in Japan.

Nov 30, 2020travel
Staying at a Temple on Mount Koya: The Shukubō Experience
Mount Koya is the location of a historic Buddhist monastic settlement in Wakayama Prefecture which is a popular center of pilgrimage and also a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located...
Oct 30, 2020travel
Japan’s Best Hiking Locations

Mountains cover around 70% of Japan and as hiking is a popular pastime in this country, its hiking trails are well-maintained, clearly sign-posted, and very easy to access. Even if you are based in one of Japan’s major metropolitan centers you are never more than a short train ride from a scenic mountain trek.

Oct 12, 2020travel
Step Back in Time to Visit Edo Japan

Japan has a reputation for high tech products and futuristic convenience, but much of the country has also maintained a historic flavor. You might not believe it as you walk through the glittering scene of Shinjuku, but it is not at all hard to find neighborhoods, and sometimes whole towns, that still look much like they did during the feudal Edo period (1603-1886).