Free eBooks: Living in Japan

Japan may be a temporary stop on your career journey, a permanent home, or something in between. No matter how you got here, or how long you plan to stay, living in Japan is a strange and exciting experience for most.   Life in Japan offers terrific opportunities, but also new obstacles and issues you may not expect. It may not be all cherry blossoms and picnics,  but the troublesome and mundane parts of the experience will offer you the most significant opportunities to learn and grow.

Whatever your background or Japanese experience has been or will be, we believe our collection of free eBooks and destination guides will add value to your time here and provide provocative insights to life as an expat in Japan. These guides and the “H&R Group Newsletter”  are sponsored by the H&R Group, which helps businesses relocate employees to Japan.

Our free eBooks and guides were created to ensure that our clients, and you, get access to the information about living in Japan they need to fully prepare for, and take full advantage of, their time in Japan. To gain access to our collection of free eBooks sign up below to receive the H&R Group Monthly Newsletter, and a link to the download page for our eBooks will be sent to you by email.

Subscribe to H&R Group Newsletter and get your free eBooks Here!

Our Free eBooks

We hope this collection helps you to enjoy your life in Japan and that you enjoy reading them.

Destination Guides

Relo Japan is proud to bring you our collection of Destination Guides, unique digital guidebooks that incorporate inside knowledge from the view of an expatriate living in Japan. These invaluable resources have everything you need to know about living and working in some of Japan’s most dynamic cities.


Habitat Japan

This eBook borrows from the experiences of other expatriates. The backgrounds and experiences of the authors are as varied as the stories they tell. Although many still reside in Japan and have assimilated into the Japanese lifestyle, others have only experienced Japan through their intrepid travels and have since moved on to new places or have returned to their home countries.

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