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For you who want to study in Japan, Japan Future Center (JFC) supports and provides information of 1200 universities and language schools in Japan, the latest news of scholarship, short course, culture, tourism and living in Japan.

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Where to Study Abroad in Japan: Tokyo or Kyoto?

My recent blog post on study abroad in Japan on GoOverseas.com

Author and iYo in Mie-ken, Japan from 2nd-Place winner in 2014 Transitions Abroad Student Travel Writing Contest: "Why You Should Choose a Program with a House Share Option: A Semester of Language Study Abroad in Japan"

Shopping in Tokyo (Japan). 'If it’s available to humanity, you can buy it in Japan. Head to the boutiques of Ginza to see the glitterati do their shopping, or join the mere mortals in Shibuya and Shinjuku.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/japan/tokyo

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From Remote Control Toilets to Konbinis: Japan First Impressions

First Impressions of Japan

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Where to Eat Cheap Sushi in Tokyo

Where to eat cheap sushi in Tokyo, Japan

Wow! That's cool! Japan is our country of the month! Vanish roller coaster at Cosmo Land in Japan unexpectedly dives into an underwater tunnel.

Ordinary Travelerfrom Ordinary Traveler

Japan Travel Tips

Read about budget tips, entertainment, food, safety, the do's and don'ts of traveling in Japan and much more!

Some of the traffic crossroad intersections in Japan allows pedestrians to cross from all sides of the road at the same time. #Tokyo #Japan

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Daisetsuzan National Park (大雪山国立公園)

Daisetsuzan National Park (Japan). '"Big Snow Mountain" is Japan’s largest national park, covering more than 2300 sq km of Hokkaidō's pristine wilderness. Serious survivalists set out to tackle the Daisetsuzan Grand Traverse. But even casual hikers can find adventure and inspiration by basing themselves in any of the park’s picturesque onsen villages, and scaling a mountain or two in time for an epic sunrise or sunset.'…