It was a good day...for frogs. Kyle found a frog, Keat freaked out, Kyle became covered in mud.
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.
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
Why is 2/22 known as "Cat Day" in Japan? Aside from their obsessive Cat culture, there is one main reason!
We visited Tokyo Disneyland! Why? Because we could!
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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.
Celebrate our special day: Japanoblog turns 1!
Japanese kids. They're everywhere! Turn the corner, and BAM! Japanese kid. And their English (to varying degrees) can be cute!
My first time at a TGIF's in Japan - talk about a reverse culture shock!
A Hanko, or the Japanese version of a signature, is still needed a lot in Japan, even if you're a foreigner. Know the in's and out's (and how to get one) of Hankos here
An overview of the 3 different types of alphabets used in the Japanese language
We thought we'd query our viewers to let us know what you want to see from us
I sent Keat a letter, and she just got it!
There's a Railway Village in Japan! How did I not know about this? You know what I'm going to do
Get to know our two kitties, Chi and Maru, and what they like!
Kyle shares his travel photos from when he visited Japan in 2008
Keat welcomes our readers to Japanoblog