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  1. How To Survive At a Japanese Companyhttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10084-how-to-survive-at-a-japanese-company

    Recently I started working in the 800-person IT department of a large Japanese financial firm. Being the only white boy and only native English speaker in my 30-person section, I stand out quite a bit. I've only been here a month; however, the piquant...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  2. How to Survive Driving in Japanhttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10331-how-to-survive-driving-in-japan

    To drive or not to drive. That is the question on the minds of many gaijin (foreigners) in Japan, particularly those who are required by law to get a driver’s license in the country. If you live in urban centers such as Tokyo, Nagoya, or Osaka, you may...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Japanatron
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  3. Surviving Tokyo with Michael Korshttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10334-surviving-tokyo-with-michael-kors

    It’s a running joke amongst my friends how I literally live out of my bag. I’m proud to say I honestly think I could survive at least three days comfortably barricaded in a janitor’s closet somewhere if the zombie apocalypse triggered a Tokyo...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Japanatron
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  4. 15 - DOs and DON'Ts of Tokyo Lifehttps://japanatron.com/?view=article&id=10206:15-dos-and-don-ts-of-tokyo-life&catid=52

    I discuss key rules I live by to survive Tokyo's insane population density. If you take these golden nuggets of advice to heart, you will do just fine in Tokyo.

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Podcast
    • Language: *
  5. August 2004 - Fireflies, Beach Parties, Festivalshttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/countryside/10026-august-2004-fireflies-beach-parties-festivals

    like an exploding beer brewery. There was even a beer keg on the Ricoh parade truck. I guess they need plenty of beer to survive a 4-hour parade. I don't blame them. They gave me an umbrella and put a monkey costume thing on my head. I joined them for...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Countryside
    • Language: *
  6. Tips For Learning a Second Languagehttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/studying-japanese/10327-tips-for-learning-a-second-language

    out loud all the time over and over. A similar approach is immersion, forcing oneself to learn the language in order to survive. Some individuals focus on written vocabulary and basic communication first, then build from there. Conversely, some learners...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Japanatron
    • Category: Studying Japanese
    • Language: *
  7. My Horrible Vistaprint Experiencehttps://japanatron.com/blog/other/general/10380-my-horrible-vistaprint-experience

    The Internet is merciless, but it's a place where one voice can and will be heard. Companies with any online presence can't survive without stellar customer service. Vistaprint doesn't belong on the Internet. Get out!

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Japanatron
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  8. Location Shoot Survival Kithttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/show-biz/10400-location-shoot-survival-kit

    As I do more and more Japan TV jobs, I've been compiling a list of things to bring to survive sometimes long shooting schedules. I call this my "Location Shoot Survival Kit." Toothbrush / Toothpaste It's nice to polish the pearly whites after wolfing...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Japanatron
    • Category: Show Biz
    • Language: *
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