Experience a Taste of Traditional Japan at a Tokyo Ryokan Guesthouses

July 18, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

Sometimes, when living in the capital, it can be easy to get wrapped up in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of globalization. Of course there are neon kanji signs flashing wherever you look, but you are never far away from a Starbucks, a McDonalds, an Italian restaurant or an Irish bar. In fact, despite living in Japan’s […]

Educational Museums in Tokyo That Your Kids (and You) Will Love

July 12, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

There is something about science that can really capture a child’s imagination. Whether it is the natural world, robotics or outer space, getting to grips with our surroundings can be spellbinding for young fertile minds. However, in an age of iPads, YouTube and easily accessible cartoons, it can be difficult to turn little ones on […]

Grape Picking Around Aichi

July 12, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

Fruit picking is a popular family activity in Japan, and farms across the country offer the opportunity to pick fruit directly from the tree from their orchards.  Typically farms will charge visitors a set amount for a set period of time; fees range from 800 to 3000 yen or more, and the set times generally […]

Reform and Accelerate:  Advancing Diversity in the Chubu Workplace

July 4, 2017 by admin

ACCJ Chubu invites you to the Chubu Women in Business Summit. We are pleased to be hosting our fourth annual event at the Westin Nagoya Castle on July 13th. This year’s theme is “Work Style Reform and Male Champions of Change.” Confirmed speakers include Keynote speaker: Dr. Denise Rutherford, President, 3M Japan Limited. Dr. Rutherford […]

Five Art Exhibitions to See in Tokyo – July 2017

June 30, 2017 by Mark Guthrie

As the cultural capital of the country, Tokyo is absolutely awash with great art galleries and events going on all around the city. This is a round up of our favorite five that are going on in the month of July, 2017 Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s To Now 50 years on from […]