• Is Tokyo as frenetic as London?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What time is it in Japan?

    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • I'm looking for Japanese products which American people want to buy.?

    I would like to export from Japan to America.(import from US to Japan also) Does anyone tell me what you would like to buy from Japan but it doesn't sell in America. Thank you
    I would like to export from Japan to America.(import from US to Japan also) Does anyone tell me what you would like to buy from Japan but it doesn't sell in America. Thank you
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you want to go to Japan?

    Best answer: And never return ...
    Best answer: And never return ...
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are there any car ferries that go to Japan?

    Are there? I know there's ferries to Japan but what about car ferries? You know, the ferries that you can put cars on. They often go from the UK to France and France to the UK.
    Are there? I know there's ferries to Japan but what about car ferries? You know, the ferries that you can put cars on. They often go from the UK to France and France to the UK.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is Japanese junior high school like?

    Hello/こんにちは! I am a 14 year old girl & I'll be moving to Japan in a few months (because of my dads job). I am going to a local junior high school. I am already taking Japanese courses but I am not fluent (yet). I have a few questions: -how will I do in local school as I'm not fluent in Japanese?... show more
    Hello/こんにちは! I am a 14 year old girl & I'll be moving to Japan in a few months (because of my dads job). I am going to a local junior high school. I am already taking Japanese courses but I am not fluent (yet). I have a few questions: -how will I do in local school as I'm not fluent in Japanese? -what are Japanese junior high schools like? Are they strict? Rules? School life... etc? -what is school lunch like? What if I don't like a food? -which drink I get with school lunch? Thanks 😊
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is Japan a good country to live?

    Best answer: Yes, in many ways. It's very orderly. The people are extremely polite-- but not very friendly. However, if you're teaching, the students are very respectful of teachers, and very well behaved. The public transportation is fabulous, and the nightlife is very good. And Japanese women think American men make... show more
    Best answer: Yes, in many ways. It's very orderly. The people are extremely polite-- but not very friendly. However, if you're teaching, the students are very respectful of teachers, and very well behaved. The public transportation is fabulous, and the nightlife is very good. And Japanese women think American men make very good husbands.
    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Jobs in Japan - What's Suitable for a Foreigner?

    I'm a 30yo single man with no children who has no plans to ever get married nor have children. I don't drink at all. I don't party. I don't spend nights out spending lots of cash. I have a doctorate in pharmacy from America. The ONLY reason I'm pointing this out is simply because maybe it... show more
    I'm a 30yo single man with no children who has no plans to ever get married nor have children. I don't drink at all. I don't party. I don't spend nights out spending lots of cash. I have a doctorate in pharmacy from America. The ONLY reason I'm pointing this out is simply because maybe it might look good on a resume. Maybe it wont! Maybe nobody will care. I do NOT want a job related to pharmacy. Now that all that is out of the way, here's the question... IF Japan accepts me into their country, IF I learn the language and become fluent, and IF fate just so had it that I became a permanent resident, which probably wont happen according to everybody on Yahoo!Answers.... What type of jobs are there for a completely new foreigner that would potentially allow him to live a frugal lifestyle? FRUGAL... not wealthy... No fancy clothes, no romanticized view of the country... Why do I want to POSSIBLY do this, which probably wont happen according to everybody on Yahoo!Answers? Because I hate my life, my career. I want a change, and I have nothing holding me here in America. I don't even live like a wealthy person here just because I don't want to. So, if the degree means nothing then it means nothing. Can I maybe work in a convenient store? Can I work at a train station? What is possible given that I want a cheap one-person apartment outside of the major cities?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I m a Japanese university student, and I want to ask English speaker four questions about sushi.?

    1.Have you ever eaten sushi in Japan? 2.Have you ever eaten sushi in your own country? 3.Do you think sushi you have eaten in place other than Japan is different from Japanese real sushi? Why? 4.Do you think Japan should tell other countries real sushi? Why? If my English is wrong, please out an error in text.
    1.Have you ever eaten sushi in Japan? 2.Have you ever eaten sushi in your own country? 3.Do you think sushi you have eaten in place other than Japan is different from Japanese real sushi? Why? 4.Do you think Japan should tell other countries real sushi? Why? If my English is wrong, please out an error in text.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do Japanese try to advertise themselves and then discriminate like idiots?

    nobody wants to go to Japan. no one wants to find their love in Japan. Japanese are just idiots and can't even handle people. they just want people to come to their country and say "hey actually we don't like you go back to your country." only an idiot is going to fall for that. they are so stupid.
    nobody wants to go to Japan. no one wants to find their love in Japan. Japanese are just idiots and can't even handle people. they just want people to come to their country and say "hey actually we don't like you go back to your country." only an idiot is going to fall for that. they are so stupid.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I bring a parka coat to winter in Hiroshima, Japan?

    I'll be there from next week till march.
    I'll be there from next week till march.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Jobs in Japan - What's Suitable for a Foreigner?

    I have lived in America all my life. I'm a pharmacist. I miserable. I hate my career, and I want to change everything. I want to move to Japan. If I were to move to Japan, what kind of job could I get? I have a doctorate in pharmacy from an accredited college. I want a job that will allow me to live... show more
    I have lived in America all my life. I'm a pharmacist. I miserable. I hate my career, and I want to change everything. I want to move to Japan. If I were to move to Japan, what kind of job could I get? I have a doctorate in pharmacy from an accredited college. I want a job that will allow me to live affordably. I do not have a family. I do not go out and party at all. I do not drink alcohol. I like being alone. I would not go to Tokyo and party. I would not spend a lot of money. I just want to move there and experience the culture. Assuming it turns into a permanent living place, what kind of jobs can I do to support myself?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do they make Japanese Futons for large people?

    Question pretty much says it all. I’ve been interested in buying a Japanese futon (sits on the ground) my only concern is that I’m fat at about 6 feet tall and 290 lbs. from what I researched, they are usually only about 3-4 inches thick. Do they make them for fat people such as myself?
    Question pretty much says it all. I’ve been interested in buying a Japanese futon (sits on the ground) my only concern is that I’m fat at about 6 feet tall and 290 lbs. from what I researched, they are usually only about 3-4 inches thick. Do they make them for fat people such as myself?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Japan - Requirements to Teach English?

    I'm 30-years-old and have grown up in America. I received a Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) from an accredited college in 2012, and I am licensed to practice pharmacy in my state. Will that be acceptable if I have a passion to move to Japan and teach English for a living? Will there be any other... show more
    I'm 30-years-old and have grown up in America. I received a Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) from an accredited college in 2012, and I am licensed to practice pharmacy in my state. Will that be acceptable if I have a passion to move to Japan and teach English for a living? Will there be any other requirements? I'm hoping I don't need a degree in education or a degree in English. Thank you.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago