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COVID Japan: Venturing Into a Japanese Dive Bar

I eventually made my way to the counter and ordered a beer, plus some cabbage with miso from the pickled Japanese geezer behind the clear curtain. His...
07-09-2021 21:45

Japan and What the Hell to do With Foreigners

The Tokyo Olympics has been a steady topic of conversation in recent months. Although to hear Japanese folks tell it, they might as well be discussing...
26-08-2021 21:44

Climate Change in Japan

Sometimes it feels like I just imagined the whole thing. Thinking back, I remember a time when Japanese men wore dark suits, neckties, and leather sho...
10-08-2021 21:43

My Time in Japan

Guest post by Akita Ben I can’t believe I’ve been living here for three years already. Time in Japan has flown by unbelievably fast, especially th...
06-08-2021 21:46

Real Japan: Why Everything You’ve Heard is Wrong

When Asami wiped out on her bike outside Ueno station, she laid on the sidewalk with a broken wrist ?and everybody just stepped around me. Not one per...
03-07-2021 21:47

Japanese Values

?OK, you got me, why do they make things so difficult"? —St Germain As a not-so-casual observer of Japanese women, something I?ve always wondered wa...
31-03-2021 21:51

Do You Sound Like a Japanese Girl"

Recently, a reader posed an interesting question: When you speak Japanese is it men?s version or women?s" I?ve known a few Americans who were taught b...
14-11-2020 21:50

There is No Japanese Breakfast

Japan has no breakfast. That?s a natural fact. So a lot of mornings, I find myself munching down cold rice balls in the park, simply because there?s n...
24-10-2020 21:47

Japanese University is a Joke

Know the biggest challenge you’ll face in Japan during the COVID crisis" Turns out it’s trying to determine what hotties with hard bodies look lik...
01-09-2020 22:23

The Mysteries of Japan

I?d like to say Japan makes complete sense. I?ve lived here a long time, and come to understand most of the mysteries of Japan. Like, I get why we don...
19-07-2020 21:44

Ken Seeroi Interview With the Author

What I like the best is when I?m in line at the supermarket behind a woman with a kid. And the kid?s like six months old, not even vocal, yet already ...
26-06-2020 21:44

A Happy Accident in Japan

Occasionally, from tragedy, something new and magnificent is born into this world. Throughout the current worldwide crisis and raging meltdown, Seeroi...
25-06-2020 21:44

Enduring Japan During the Crisis

Yep, nothing like a pandemic to test one?s commitment to a cause. And until a couple months ago, I was largely settled on the idea of living in Japan ...
25-06-2020 21:44

Japanese Rule of 7, the Book

Ken Seeroi’s first book finally here! First of all, I want to thank all the readers of this blog for your consistent support over the years. Without...
25-06-2020 21:44

Social Responsibility in Japan

Sometimes what I like best about Japan is simply that it?s not the U.S. Not that I?m bagging on the land that invented deep-fried Snickers or anything...
25-06-2020 21:44

Stop Saying “Gaijin”

I recently looked for a new apartment in Japan. The first realtor I called stated flatly, ?We don?t do business with foreigners.? I was like, Ohh . . ...
11-03-2020 21:52

Coronavirus, Japan 2020

And then suddenly there was no toilet paper. I first knew things were heating up when the girls at Starbucks all started wearing face masks. It?s not ...
02-03-2020 21:57

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