It was a good day...for frogs. Kyle found a frog, Keat freaked out, Kyle became covered in mud.
Rain is a constant in Japan, and it can be pretty bad. Especially if you get drenched from above, and one of your students hear something they weren't supposed to!
Apparently, if you look like a movie star, you're obviously from the same place...or something like that
When earthquakes happen (as they are often in Japan), we usually use Maru's big belly to detect it before our earthquake alarms go off.
Japanese kids. They're everywhere! Turn the corner, and BAM! Japanese kid. And their English (to varying degrees) can be cute!
Halloween in Japan is a lot different than in America. In this video, we explore Shibuya, and the many costumes that were present on Halloween
After visiting Moshi Moshi Nippon, we decided to spend the rest of the day exploring some highlights of Tokyo!
"Moshi Moshi" is a generic greeting used when answering the phone. It is also a festival held around Japan as a way to celebrate their culture for others (like foreigners). We visit Moshi Moshi Nippon ("Hello, Japan") in Tokyo in late November to see what the big festival was!
We visit the Sweet Potato Festival in Kurimoto. What is a "Sweet Potato Festival"? We didn't know, so we went to find out!
On today's episode of "Japanoblog in the Kitchen", we're making 3-color Soboro (三色そぼろ丼), which is a rice dish with a few toppings.
Cranberry Sprite? Yes, it's here for the summer to help you cool off!
We found some more strange food at our local Cainz, so we had to try it
McDonald's is running a special to help promote the new Pokemon movie (in Japan). What better way to celebrate than a Pikachu ChocoBanana Dessert?
A vending machine by our apartment had a Pokemon drink, so we decided to try it
Have a Sagawa delivery slip and don't know how to reschedule a delivery? This guide will help!
Ever received a JPost delivery attempt slip in your door, only to be daunted by the insane procedure or Japanese-only phone line? Don't worry! We're here to help. Follow our guide to learn how to reschedule a package, and you'll be on your way.
Got a package slip from Yamamoto/Kuroneko and need it redelivered? Watch this video to learn how to do it easy!
Go to 7-Eleven with a budget of 1000 yen, and find some interesting surprises!
Whether you're traveling Japan via train, on foot, or by car, chances are you'll see a strange decal on a few cars passing by. For the longest time, we at Japanoblog were curious as to what these decals meant, as there was not any self-explaining context.
On our last day of Hanami in Tokyo, we do a bit of shopping and get lunch in Korean Town
Since we had so much footage of the Ueno Zoo, we put it in its own video for your enjoyment!
Our Hanami adventure continues as we (re)visit the Tsukiji fish market, Akihabara for lunch, and Ueno Park (and zoo)!
Day 2 of our Hanami Trip in Tokyo consists of Tokyo Station, Hamarikyu Gardens, and....Shake Shack?
For Hanami (Cherry Blossom viewing) Season, we visit many landmarks in Tokyo. Today: SkyTree!
There's a Railway Village in Japan! How did I not know about this? You know what I'm going to do
Why is 2/22 known as "Cat Day" in Japan? Aside from their obsessive Cat culture, there is one main reason!
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Celebrate our special day: Japanoblog turns 1!
We reminisce about long flight to Japan - with cats! We go through the flight, getting the cats on the plane, the AQS, Customs, and trains to the apartment