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18 destinations in Japan

Chiba (3)
Fukui (4)
Fukuoka (3)
Hyogo (3)
Hyogo (3)
Kansai (5)
Kyoto (6)
Okayama (4)
Osaka (19)
Nagoya (9)
Okayama (4)
Osaka (19)
Tochigi (3)
Tokyo (69)
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added on 08/20/2014
I am a Taiwanese Canadian and have been living in Tokyo for 6 years. Gaijin in Tokyo is my personal take of what it is like to be a foreigner living in Tokyo together with the latest trends and pop culture news.
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added on 08/17/2014
Posts about our daily life in Japan and international travel. Originally set up to keep friends and family in the states informed as to our activities. As a result of several requests we now include many pictures.
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added on 08/06/2014
Bring you everything I can about Japan like the sights and sounds, what it is like to live here, the cool stuff and the wierd stuff too. Please have a look and let us know what you would like to see.
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added on 04/29/2014
A guide to the curious life of an ex-pat in Japan answering all the questions I wish someone had told me the answers to all those years ago.
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added on 03/16/2014
   (Tokyo)
by: Nandie
Tokyo is the kind of city that stimulates every sense, and I find inspiration in it?s glittering high-rises, in the good smells wafting out of the little ramen and yakitori joints lining back alleys, and in the rumble of trains weaving their way between towering structures, not to mention the colorful people who turn the streets into their personal runway. So join me in my novel metropolis as, under Tokyo?s bright lights, I work toward my dream of becoming a published author. ???????(Wish me luck!)
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