If you hear the name “Roppongi”, you’re first thoughts are probably “it’s a place filled with clubs, bars and other entertainment that supports night life scene.”Despite this however, we took on the challenge of introducing you to the excitement that Roppongi in the day time has to offer.
A Huge Display of Art at Tokyo Midtown in Roppongi! Can You Check Them All Out for Free in One Spot?
Asakusa is one of the popular sightseeing spots in Tokyo. People from all over the world come here to visit Sensoji Temple, Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate), Sumidagawa (Sumida River), and Tokyo Sky Tree.
Our reporters Tina Tamashiro and Alisa Urahama visited Japan’s oldest zoo, Ueno Zoo! Not only does it boast being Japan’s most frequented zoo, but it has also been around for more than 130 years!
On this trip, we headed to Ame Yoko in Ueno, one of Japan’s biggest markets. All year round this market is bustling with people and it’s not just filled with Japanese tourists but also tourists from other countries.
Should we send a Thanks letter after the interview?——The role Thanks letter plays and how to write it.
A Thanks letter after the interview can show how much you want to get the job to the company further. This article will introduce to you how to write and send this answering mail after the interview.
If you work to death and become too tired, it will affect your appearance as well…! So, we visited Ryuunji (Ryuun Temple) in Setagaya
It is important to prioritize your list of candidates, allow them to get a feel for the company and check their job changing status during the offer phase. Offers must be sent out as early as possible.
Food in Japan has a reputation for being healthy and portions being quite small compared to those in Western countries but, there are many options available for those who have huge appetites.
Tsukiji is known as the “Kitchen of Tokyo”. It is the Japan’s largest marine product market, and its products congregate all around from Japan.
Do you know what the word taiko means? In English, it is often translated as “drum”, but when most people imagine a “drum” they think of a drum set made up of snare drums. But in Japan, the word “Taiko” has the meaning “Wadaiko” (“Japanese Drum” in English)