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  1. Life in Japan - Why Americans Are So Fathttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10014-life-in-japan-why-americans-are-so-fat

    eating meat would reduce my caloric intake and unconsciously lead to healthier meal choices. Seeing how many of my fellow Americans were or eventually became grossly overweight, I should make a lifestyle change now to avoid future health issues. Unlike...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  2. What Japan Taught Me About Americahttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10076-what-japan-taught-me-about-america

    marriage is banned. Despite the legal separation of church and state, marriage is "only between a man and a woman." Gay Americans can fight and die for their country, but they can't enjoy all the benefits of full citizenship. Why would anyone fight for...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  3. June 2005 - April Fools, Jusco Mornings, and Japanese TV Jauntshttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/countryside/10031-june-2005-april-fools-jusco-mornings-and-japanese-tv-jaunts

    by Mike and Joe during the 5-minute walk back to my apartment. Yes, there is no public drinking law in Japan, and we Americans love taking advantage of that. Kayo got used to finding us comfortably drunk upon her arrival at my apartment. How fun it must...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Countryside
    • Language: *
  4. The Shrine Drummerhttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/countryside/10015-the-shrine-drummer

    They hate me just as much as the plantation master. I'm the nail that sticks up, and I'll get hammered down by Japanese, Americans, Canadians, and Nepalese alike. • Turn off any and all anonymous commenting on your websites. Look at the brainless...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Countryside
    • Language: *
  5. Q & A About the Japanese Entertainment Industryhttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/show-biz/10027-q-a-a-about-the-japanese-entertainment-industry

    I wanted the exact opposite. It seems to me, though, that Japan is a little behind on becoming mainstream YouTubers (like Americans). Look at the top comedians on YouTube Japan and you'll see plenty of videos in English. The other big users are otakus....

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Show Biz
    • Language: *
  6. We're The Red Coatshttps://japanatron.com/blog/other/general/10086-were-the-red-coats

    remember from high school history class that a key advantage we Americans had over the British during the American Revolution was that the British simply didn't know who to shoot. The American rebels all looked like farmers, and farmers looked like...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  7. Attention-Hungry America and Shy Modest Japan: A Contrast of Entertainment Cultureshttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10094-attention-hungry-america-and-shy-modest-japan-a-contrast-of-entertainment-cultures

    from the get-go: American culture just doesn't have as many privacy or modesty provisions built into it as Japan does. We Americans all want attention and fame and all the bling-bling that goes with it. We post YouTube videos documenting our morning's...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  8. Life in Japan - How to Save Moneyhttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10209-life-in-japan-how-to-save-money

    Yahoo Auctions. When I first moved to Japan, I was told that Japanese people aren't really into buying used stuff like we Americans are. That's total B.S. It's a diverse, populous country they have here, and cheapskates just like me abound. You can sell...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  9. Common, Unique, and Interesting Japanese Girl Nameshttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10325-common-unique-and-interesting-japanese-girl-names

    found themselves being named Amaya. Even outside of its country of origin, the name has become popular as many Japanese-Americans and other Americans have named their daughter Amaya. From 2008-2012, more than 400 out of every million babies born in the...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  10. Spelling-Out English Words For Japanese Peoplehttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/studying-japanese/10364-spelling-out-english-words-for-japanese-people

    names to clarify the letter they're spelling. For example, they'll say something like 「アメリカのA」. Unfortunately since we Americans use uncommon words like "bravo" and "foxtrot," or person names like "Alex" or "Mike," the American approach doesn't function...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Japanatron
    • Category: Studying Japanese
    • Language: *
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