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Vending Machines are everywhere in Japan, and they are really amazing. There a re a bunch of just basic ones where you press the button and the drink comes out. But there are ones that sell hot drinks, ones that you can pay by scanning your train car and ones that have anime characters that talk to you. Follow us at Hello Nihon on Twitter, Instagra…
 
There are many school festivals in Japanese schools, but in this episode we are mainly talking about culture festivals. They are very fun, and the kids get to make something very creative. It can be decorating a classroom, a dance or even a drama. Follow us at Hello Nihon on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook and wherever you find Podcasts.…
 
Seico Mart was started in Hokkaido in the 1970's and it's been doing well ever since. It even opened a store at Hokkaido University. While only one of us has been to Seico Mart I would highly recommend trying it if you ever get the chance. Seico Mart Company Profile, Seico Mart Quick History, Akihiko Akao Death Write up by Real Economy, Japan's Fav…
 
Japanese words that are made from English words to create a different meaning in Japan. These words are known as “wasei eigo” (和製英語, Japanese-made English). Foreigners have a hard time understanding these since the meaning of these words differ from what native speakers would understand. It can also be called ‘pseudo-English’ Follow us at Hello Nih…
 
If you've ever been hurt in America you've probably thought twice about going to the doctors or hospital. It could have been the long waits, the uncaring doctors or maybe you couldn't or didn't want to pay the outrageous prices. Here in Japan it's a little different and in my opinion way better than back home. Follow us at Hello Nihon on Twitter, I…
 
Japan is a very clean place to live, and one reason could be because of their trash system. There are few few public trash cans around Japan, so people tend to throw their trash away at home or a コンビニ. Compared to American Japan has double the categories of garbage burnable, PET bottles and a bunch of others. Back in America we had 3 can and the pi…
 
Going as far back as the Heian Period (794-1185) rice balls have been a delicious snack enjoyed by everyone. They've been filled with all sorts of ingredients and have been made by hand and by machine. This cheap and tasty treat can be enjoyed all over Japan. The hardest part is choosing your favorite flavor. Onigiri Machine Follow us at Hello Niho…
 
Friend of the podcast Eahab stops by for an interview. He has been in Japan for 3 years and prior to that he was studying Japan back at college. Being an avid cycler, Eahab has seem many beautiful sites his town of Ehime has to offer. Listen to a few of his stories on this weeks podcast. Eahab's Instagram where he posts pictures of his life in Japa…
 
🎵Eggs eggs eggs. How do you like them, how do you like them.🎵 Eggs are amazing, and they can improve most dishes. Eggs in Japan are on another level. There are a few differences we've noticed while living in Japan and we'd like to share them with you. Super cool egg machine Follow is at Hello Nihon @ Instagram and Hello Nihon @ Podbean…
 
Sushi is defiantly one of our top foods here in Japan. It's a dish that has been made for hundreds of years. When you have sushi prepared by someone who has worked on it for years you can tell, it's AMAZING. If flights weren't so expensive sushi alone would be a good enough reason to visit Japan. Eat Japan.com. and Japan Guide.com were two sources …
 
Growing up in the States we got used to how food tastes there. Pizza is savory and usually has nice crunchy crust, pasta with red sauce may have a little hint of sweetness burred in there and hamburgers come with a bun. But here in Japan some food is prepared differently, Pizza with unique toppings, sweet pasta, and hamburgers what are more ham tha…
 
I remember when I was younger and would walk down the cereal isle looking for a cereal that looked good. There were so many choices I usually just went back to the best one Rice Krispies. But here in Japan breakfast is usually healthier than that. But I sure do miss Rice Krispies. Follow is at Hello Nihon @ Instagram and Hello Nihon @ Podbean…
 
In this tangent of an episode we reminisce about food we miss from the states. Whenever you move there is always an aspect of your old home you miss, for us in this episode it's all the food we can't find in Japan. Mexican food, cheese, meat for cheap. Just things we grew up eating. If you ever visit California I would highly recommend a breakfast …
 
A world traveler by nature and a great storyteller, David tells us how he ended up becoming an ALT in Japan for 8 years so far. Through the interview David also lets us know how living in Japan has changed him and advice if people want to visit or live here. David also cohosts a podcast The Kyodai Brothers with Cazes, it's a very soothing podcast a…
 
Thinking about working in Japan? In this episode we talk about our experiences working in both the US and Japan, and we'll compare what cultural differences we've noticed. Listen if your wondering what you'll get into if you start working in Japan. Consider following us on Instagram @hellonihonpod Thank you for your support.…
 
In this episode we talk about our experiences with American school lunches and how they differ from Japanese lunches. We talk about the food but we also talk about the things we did during lunch and how it compares to what the kids do here in Japan. Follow us on Instagram at hellonihonpod Please like and follow if you enjoyed this episode. Have a g…
 
From being unable to read all the mail we receive to not being used to using only cash, we've had some things we needed to adjust to. Japan is a really great place to live, and we both really like it, but there have been somethings we still need to get used to. If you have anything you'd like us to talk about please send us a message on Instagram a…
 
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