June is "tsuyu" or rainy season in Japan. Create a teru teru bozu, or a "good weather doll", in hopes of warding of the rain and enjoying more sunny days!
Bringing you various tips to help make your time in Japan more efficient!
June is rainy season or "tsuyu" in Japan which comes with intense humidity and dampness. Here are five products you need to keep yourself dry and comfortable this rainy June.
Rainy season in Japan begins in June, but there are plenty of ways to have fun! From beer festivals in Tokyo to Yosakai around Japan, check out what's going on in Japan this June!
Rock climbing has become a recent fitness fad around the world, and especially in Tokyo. From beginners to experts, everyone can find a place to go rock climbing in Tokyo.
Language learning app, Duolingo, released its course for the 60,000 people who wanted to study Japanese on iOS. The rise in Japanese langauge popularity is due to pop culture and the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The hardest part of learning Japanese might be memorizing the kanjis which are based on complex Chinese Characters. Google Word Lens aims to pacify the struggle by translating Japanese (and a variety of other languages) in real time as you point your came
Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea... which one should you choose?
Banking in English in Japan can be challenging due to the language barrier and lack of English speaking staff. Here's the guide to the most foreigner friendly banks in Japan.
Take a journey through the beautiful city of Kobe while riding the Kobe city loop bus!
Izanau teaches you how to use an ATM in Japan and the best places to withdraw money from international accounts.
Heading to an onsen? Find out about the etiquette you need to know before you go!
Studying a foreign language like Japanese can be extremely challenging. Izanau introduces one of the most handy study tips Japan has to offer.