A while ago I had the chance to interview an amazing Russian woman, Viktoriya, who lives in Japan. She told me about a part of her work she shares with
Victoriya Shirota is from Russia. She moved to Japan seventeen years ago to be with her husband. In this article she shares her super interesting story and tells us why
In Japan, like in many other countries of the world, some passenger cars in the underground are for women only. Malena, a dear friend of Expatclic, presently lives in Tokyo,
Julia Puebla Fortier is the executive director of DiversityRx, an organisation devoted to improve the accessibility and quality of health care for minority, immigrant, and indigenous communities. Julia is based
Claudiaexpat made an 8 days trip to Japan, and she is happy to share what she liked and her tips to make your traveling in this fabulous country even more enjoyable.
Malena is a great friend of Expatclic. In the past she was on the site’s Spanish-speaking team. After spending a few years in Shanghai, she has now moved to Tokyo.
We thank Alison, who lives in Tokyo, for this article on Haneda Airport! Website: https://www.tokyo-airport-bldg.co.jp/en/ Haneda Airport or Tokyo International Airport is one of two airports that service the Tokyo
We thank Momoko from Japan, who wrote this article in French, a language she only recently started to study. Silviaex translated the article. The Japanese
We thank MumInBermuda for this detailed account of her experience of being pregnant in Tokyo and giving birth in Bermuda! A first pregnancy abroad… I experienced it not in
We invite you to read this essay carefully, not only because it is written by an expatriate woman who has found herself to deal with the culture she has married