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Arriving in Japan: advice on first steps

Now you have safely arrived in Japan, here are some suggestions on what to do next and some things you might want to consider.

Assuming you have purchased a Japan rail pass before you leave, your first step is to exchange the voucher you will have been sent for the pass itself. 654 more words

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Tsucihyoo, Rapot Ala Jepang

Tiga hari yang lalu merupakan hari terakhir sekolah dan aku bakal naik ke kelas 5. Di hari terakhir, semua siswa dibagikan rapot sendiri-sendiri. Kalau rapot di Jepang, bukan dalam bentuk buku seperti di Indonesia, tapi hanya dalam bentuk kertas. 96 more words

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Rainy Days In Kyoto

What to do in Kyoto when it rains?

Michael Lambe of Deep Kyoto suggests shopping in covered arcades like Teramachi, Shinkyogoku, and Nishikikoji Market; plays at the Minamiza; museums; cafes. 376 more words

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Sungai Di Jepun

Orang Jepang memang sangat dikenal sebagai negara yang bersih, rapi, dan tepat waktu. Nah, kebiasaan orang Jepang itu tertular pada lingkungannya juga. Nah, sekarang kita membahas bab bersih di lingkungan Jepun. 136 more words

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Yame Toro Ningyo Festival

This is a festival I just happened to luck my way into when I went to visit my previous host family in October the first year I arrived for JET. 675 more words

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Bunga 'entah tidak tahu'

Sejak awal Pebruari lalu, ketika suhu sangat dingin dan bersalju, saya melihat kuncup-kuncup bunga di pohon yang gundul. Rasanya aneh melihat ada kuncup bunga ketika pohon-pohon lain hanya tinggal batang saja karena daun-daunnya habis rontok di musim gugur. 49 more words

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Teaching with 14 JTEs

I work with 14¬†JTEs (Japanese teachers of English). FOURTEEN. That’s quite a lot for a JET. They all have different teaching styles, English ability and quirks…some better than others. 1,532 more words

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