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All Japan Relocation provides news articles on everyday life covering various places in Japan for expats, as well as tenancy management related information for the HR department for foreign companies.

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Bars and Restaurants in Iwakuni

2018/01/05

Here is a list of some of the more well-known bars and restaurants in Iwakuni. All of the places on this list are located in Iwakuni City, some of them being close to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni. They are popular spots to eat and or drink at among the non-Japanese residents in Iwakuni. They...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Iwakuni

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A day in Iwakuni

2018/01/05

Getting to know the tourist areas around Iwakuni is something all locals have done. When family or friends visit, you will be able to effortlessly guide them around your neighborhood and introduce them to all the spots of interest. Today, we have made a short guide of things to do and places to...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Iwakuni

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English-speaking Hair-salons in Nagoya

2017/12/22

Getting a haircut in a foreign country might not be on your mind until it’s too late. You may start to worry; “How do I make an appointment?”, “What if the stylist can’t do what I want?”, “What if there is a misunderstanding and they give me a haircut I don’t want?” Put your worries to rest. Her...

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English-Speaking Dentists in Nagoya

2017/12/19

The international city of Nagoya has many foreign residents and not a few English-speaking services and facilities provided within the city.Dentist is something indispensable for your living in Japan besides hospitals and schools.It is absolutely necessary for you to communicate smoothly explaini...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Nagoya

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English-Speaking Dentist in Iwakuni ...

2017/12/19

There are the military bases of the U.S. Forces Japan (the Marine Corps) in Iwakuni City, hence having many military related and affiliated business related foreign residents and not a few English-speaking services and facilities provided within the city. Dentist is something indispensable for...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Iwakuni

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Healthcare in Japan for English Speakers

2017/12/07

Medical care in Japan is comparable to that found in any Western country. Japan has a broad range of clinics and hospitals that offer all types of medical care, from checkups and routine vaccinations to complex surgeries and emergency care. That said, the health system in Japan does differ quite...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Japan

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Christmas Illuminations 2017 in Kans ...

2017/12/06

The Christmas season has come, and along with it, winter towns nationwide colorfully lit up with Christmas illuminations. Here are some famous places to see illuminations in Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe and the Kansai region.   Kyoto A huge 22meter tall Christmas tree is displayed at the JR Kyoto S...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Osaka, Living Guide - Kobe

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Autumn Leaf Viewing in Kansai region ...

2017/11/20

Wondering where to go for Koyo (Autumn Leaf viewing)? Famous places in the Kansai region such as Buddhist temples and Shinto Shrines in Kyoto are not the only places to enjoy Koyo. There are other wonderful spots to enjoy Koyo in the cities of Kobe, Osaka and Himeji. Here are some famous places...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Osaka, Living Guide - Kobe

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Kobe Marathon & Osaka Marathon

2017/10/31

There are various marathons held nationwide throughout Japan. Two of the major marathons held during autumn taking place in the Kansai region are the Kobe Marathon and the Osaka Marathon.   Kobe Marathon Approximately 20,000 runners from Kobe and from outside of Kobe, participate in this mara...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Osaka, Living Guide - Kobe

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Kobe - Arima Onsen

2017/10/18

Did you know that Japan’s oldest hot spring is located in Kobe City? Arima Onsen, known as one of the three famous oldest hot springs in Japan, is located in the mountain side area of Kobe City’s Kita-ku. It is a popular spot as it attracts many tourists and locals. It’s easily accessed as it is...

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Kobe - Visiting Sake Breweries in N ...

2017/10/11

A beautifully scenic cityscape and excellent sweets are not the only charming things Kobe has to offer. Nada-Goro (Five villages of Nada,) called “Japan’s Best Sake Brewing Area,” is located along the coastal area in Kobe City and Nishinomiya City. In Nada-ku and Hiagshinada-ku, there remains 3...

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Kobe Jazz Street 2017

2017/09/22

It is said that Jazz was introduced to Japan in the early 1900’s. Did you know that the first professional Japanese Jazz band to play in Japan, performed in Kobe on April 4th, 1923? The band was a four-piece band, formed with only Japanese musicians, called “Laughing Stars.” They played for a dan...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Kobe

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Kobe City – Kobe Sweets, Higashinada ...

2017/09/15

Kobe City will be celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Port of Kobe in 2018. Soon after the opening of the port, Kobe City established a foreign settlement which in turn facilitated the introduction of various Western cultures to Japan. One aspect of Western culture that was introduced to Jap...

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Rokko Island in Kobe City – Resident ...

2017/09/09

Rokko Island City, opened in 1988 and will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2018. It is a well-established environment with many desirable features for an expat’s everyday life. In comparison to other towns in Kobe City, Rokko Island City (RIC) has more public parks and areas surrounded by...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Kobe

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Opening a Bank Account in Japan

2017/08/14

Opening a bank account in Japan is a relatively easy process, but like all things here you will need to have patience and be armed with all of the required documents before you walk into your closest bank branch. Most Japanese banks are open from 9:00-15:00, Monday to Friday, except for nation...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Japan

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Guidance on garbage collection in Sendai

2017/08/14

In Japan, how to dispose garbage depends on the area you live in. Here we inform you, how to dispose trash, how to get rid of oversized garbage, and how to dispose or sell furniture and home appliances when leaving Japan for foreigners residing in Sendai. Guideline issued by Sendai City http...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Sendai

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Climate & Weather in Okinawa

2017/08/02

For foreign expats moving to Okinawa from overseas countries as well as ones moving to the island from other areas in Japan, we here provide the guidance on Okinawa weather.  We will be happy if it could help you to prepare for your seasonal clothing and more for your life in Japan. Okinawa regi...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Okinawa

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Climate & Weather in Iwakuni

2017/08/01

For foreign expats moving to Iwakuni City from overseas countries as well as ones moving to the city from other areas in Japan, we here provide the guidance on Iwakuni weather.  We will be happy if it could help you to prepare for your seasonal clothing and more for your life in Japan. Iwakuni C...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Iwakuni

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Guidance on garbage collection in Nagoya

2017/07/31

In Japan, how to dispose garbage depends on the area you live in. Here we inform you, how to dispose trash, how to get rid of oversized garbage, and how to dispose or sell furniture and home appliances when leaving Japan for foreigners residing in Nagoya.    Guideline issued by Nagoya City...

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Posted category: Living Guide - Nagoya

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Online Grocery Shopping in Japan: 8 ...

2017/07/12

Even if you don't drive in Japan and the nearest grocery store isn't within walking distance, shopping for food and daily necessities doesn't have to be a chore. With the country's efficient, advanced and reliable door-to-door delivery service - where you can specify the time of delivery and rest...

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