Summer is finally starting to leave the nation of Japan behind, taking with it obscene heat levels and humidity, as well as tropical storms and adverts about package deals to Hawaii.
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The chill of winter is long past, and now the mild balm of spring is also fading away. In its place, Japan is experiencing the first throes of sticky, rainy, humid summer.
March is a time of new beginnings. March is when middle schoolers become high schoolers, and high schoolers head off to university. March is when staff get shuffled around to different departments, and big decisions are made about where a … Continue reading
February is an important month in Japan. With the New Year well and truly underway, people across the country look to making their homes ready for new beginnings. February is the month of festivities such as Setsubun, the warding of … Continue reading
Christmas is upon us. Though not a particularly important date on the Japanese calendar, Christmas is still a celebrated time of gift-giving and well-wishing, and as such a golden opportunity for gaming. Kids in Japan tend to only receive a … Continue reading
It’s Golden Week here in Japan. This eagerly awaited half-term holiday comes as a breath of fresh air to students and white collar workers alike, and is a week-long string of one-day national holidays. It is a time to finally … Continue reading