The pros and cons of living in Japan depend a lot on where you come from, what you are looking for, and what your expectations are. Traditional Japanese work culture is strict and inflexible. There are a number of forms and habits in the working world that are difficult to adapt to. People have to…Details
Tokyo is the most populous city in the world, with nearly 40 million people living in its metropolitan area. Yet few foreigners are currently living in Tokyo. When one thinks of Tokyo, one always thinks of an unimaginably populated concrete jungle. Within the city, however there are also quiet suburban neighborhoods or even places that…Details
Japan is the third largest economy in the world after the USA and China. Its industrial system is among the most developed in the world, with the automotive and electronics sectors being the most important. GDP per capita is more or less the same as England’s. The unemployment rate is very low, at 2.5%. But…Details
Moving to Japan is not easy for many reasons. Japan is an archipelago consisting of nearly 7,000 islands. The four largest islands are: Honshū, Hokkaidō, Kyūshū and Shikoku, which are connected by underwater bridges or tunnels, make up about 98% of the total area of Japan, which is slightly larger than Germany but has about…Details
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