3 Oct | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Expat in Japan Interview – 10 questions to EricSurf6

Teaching gives me live human to human communication which I feel we all need. Creating videos on YouTube gives me a creative outlet to reach a world wide audience. It’s a comfortable balance…

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17 Feb | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Expat in Japan Interview – 10 questions to 5AM Ramen

I’ve been eating ramen since I was old enough to chew. My mother would make the “Sapporo Ichiban” brand instant ramen at home, also adding eggs and various veggies. So I essentially grew up on ramen. As I got older, I started to appreciate ramen on a greater level.

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17 Jan | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Expat in Japan Interview – 10 questions to Anne-san CEO of Arigato Japan

There is no better way to discover and immerse in a country’s culture than food. Food is a universal language that connects people from all over the world. Joining a food tour will help you discover hidden gems you wouldn’t find on your own, expose you to many unique flavors and will allow you to connect with locals like you can never imagine…

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12 Dec | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Expat in Japan Interview – 10 questions to Ichigoichielove

My name is Lisa, I’m half Swedish and half American, but I grew up living a little bit of everywhere. I’ve been living in Tokyo for the past 7-8 years. I’m a senior editor at Tokyo Weekedender magazine.

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18 Nov | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Expat in Japan Interview – 10 questions to Sam

Living in Japan. Coming to Tokyo was definitely the right decision for me. Since I only just graduated, I was still in the cramming groove and picked up basic Japanese relatively fast in language school and after 1 year of 4-hour studying every day, I was pretty confidently conversational…

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23 Oct | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Expat in Japan Interview – 10 questions to Amelie Marie in Tokyo

From our Expat Series— “The first time I travelled to Japan was in 2007. Although I was familiar with the culture and the scenery thanks to Japanese animation, manga and generally speaking, thanks to Japanese pop culture, I must tell I was in shock during my first days in Tokyo! I come from a relatively small French town, so the vastness of Tokyo, the tall buildings, the super urban sceneries surprised me.”

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This post by our virtual tea experience host! At Arigato Japan we’re so happy to be able to continue to share our passion for Japanese food and flavors around the world. #greentea #shizuoka #genmai #virtualtour link in bio ...

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In March we visited this amazing tea farm in Gotemba, Shizuoka. Such an inspiring experience. We can’t wait to share with our future guests when It is safe to travel again! Tea is a fascinating beverage with a long and delicious history in Japan! You can start to learn more about it with us on our online teatime experience (link in bio) #greentea #explorejapan #flavorsofjapan ...

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Expertly grilled salmon, rice and miso soup a perfect breakfast when exploring the Tsukiji neighborhood market! Restaurant and market stalls are open and maintaining social distance guidance so if you are in Tokyo head over to explore and support these family run businesses and if you are planning your future trip to Japan join us on our family friendly Tsukiji breakfast tour #tsukiji #foodtour #foodtourweek @loopsieapp #loopsie #3dphoto #dazz #loopsie3D ...

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The town of Fushimi just outside of Of central Kyoto has over 400 years of delicious sake brewing history (Japanese rice wine) on our Sake tour you can taste many different styles and types from various local breweries, learn about sake pairings, and enjoy a seasonal lunch! It’s an amazing way to spend an afternoon during your time in Kyoto. Taking bookings now for autumn, winter and the 2021 season! #sake #nihonshu #fushimi #kyoto ...

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