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Day in the Life of a Typical Japanese Couple Moving in Tokyo

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Day in the Life of a Typical Japanese Couple Moving in Tokyo

A Day in the Life of a Typical Japanese couple moving to Tokyo Apartment for the the first time together. This is a Tokyo day in the life story of a Japanese man and Japanese women deciding to move in together into their new Tokyo home. This is an inside look at Dating in Japan or dating someone Japanese. Before today, they lived in separate Tokyo Apartments but the Japanese apartments were too small so they decided to hire a Japanese moving company to help them with their move to a larger Tokyo apartment. This video shows the Japanese couple's Tokyo life together in their old Japanese apartment and in their new Tokyo apartment. We start the typical Japanese life in the morning and explore Japanese relationship culture with Yujin and Arisa. Living in Tokyo is quite different than most parts of the world. Throughout this day in the life in Japan Tokyo video, we can have an Japanese apartment tour and walk through the Japanese moving company procedures. We explore Japanese life, Japanese culture and Japanese relationship in this video. This video may also be helpful if you are thinking of moving to Japan or want to know more about a Japanese Family or Japanese home life.

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Yujin is 27 years old, works for IT solutions firm in Tokyo as a sales person and has lived in this Tokyo apartment by Yoyogi Park for 2 years now.

Arisa is 26. They’ve been going out now for a strong 11 months as you can tell by their tooth brushing routine. These days, Arisa sleeps over mosts nights so it was natural for them to start thinking of getting a larger place together that they could share.

So they are moving out of this 1K apartment in Yoyogi. 1K means 1 room, Kitchen and the bath. Pretty typical size for a single person’s apartment in Tokyo. It may be small to most, but since the room’s on the 9th floor it has a pretty decent view.

Also, this main room has 2 closets which is nice since Japanese apartments tend to have minimal storage areas.

He has a medium sized fridge as you can’t really fit anything larger than this in the kitchen. It filled with your standard drinks, fresh vegetables, soy sauce and tea.

In the bathroom area, there’s a washing machine, sink and toilet. The toilet itself has the standard Japanese bidet and controller, as expected in most newer apartments.

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Day in the Life of an Average Japanese Salaryman in Tokyo

Japanese work day at a Japanese office for an average Japanese salaryman in a Tokyo office. Living in Japan and working in Japan is quite a unique experience. This is a day in the life of Japanese worker, Makoto, 27 years old who lives in a Tokyo 3-story house with his family. This Tokyo salaryman works in a small Tokyo office, but spends many of his Japan working hours traveling from client to client on the Tokyo trains. Makoto works for a company called Mobal and as many Japanese salarymen, he entered the company straight from a Japanese University and he plans to spend his entire salaryman career at the same company. That is the life in Japan for a salaryman. We take a look inside what it's like to work in a small Tokyo office as well as to visit clients throughout Tokyo city area. His job experiences maybe unique to his company, but fundamentally he is very much an average salaryman. He commutes by train everyday to get to work and has to ride his mama-chari bike to get to the train station from his home. This Tokyo salaryman life has him arriving to work early and working late. As a salaryman, Makoto receives a standard salary every month for all the long work hours. The Japanese office is also configured so his boss' desk is right in front of him, quite a Japanese style office working environment. This very average Japanese work day and work lifestyle showcases a true day in Japan work life.

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Day in the Life of a Typical Japanese Office Worker in Tokyo

Living in Japan and working in a Tokyo office - This is a Tokyo day in the life of a Japanese Office Worker, 24 year old, Emi. This is also a tour of her Japanese office, Pasona. We start this typical day in her Japanese home, commute via train to her Tokyo office in Otemachi and spend a day in the life of Emi at her working place. We see her typical working hours in Japan and how it is working in Japan as a female in her position. Her day in the life in Japan may be a bit different than some Japanese salarymen, but her experiences in the office with chorei, senpai / kouhai, and kenshu is a very typical in experiences in many Japanese offices. If you want to know how work in Japan or want to know how work in Tokyo, this could be how your job in Japan could be like. The Tokyo office itself, is probably an above average Japanese office in terms design and the business culture a bit more progressive than most traditional Japanese companies, but this Japanese company still maintains a very traditional Japanese office environment. So all in all, this is an example of Japan life as well as Tokyo life if you were to work in a Japanese company. You should always be aware of Japanese culture when working in a Japanese office. This Japanese office has a gym, English school and even a farm all in the building. Pasona is one of the largest staffing services company in Japan. There’s about 4000 staff in her office alone and about 9000 in total worldwide.

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Day in the Life of a Japanese Car Repair Worker in Toyota

Living in Japan and working in a traditional Japanese office environment. This is a Toyota day in the life of a Japanese Auto Repair Shop worker, 30 year old, Erina. This is also a Japanese office tour inside of a Japanese auto repair shop in Toyota. We start this very typical day in her Japanese home, commute via Toyota car to her Toyota car repair shop. This is a day in the life of Erina and we get to see her with co-workers and Japanese mechanics in how they work in Japan. This is a peak into Japanese work culture as well as the work culture in Japan. We see her typical working hours in Japan and how it is working in Japan as a female in her position also known as a Japanese office lady, Japanese OL or Japanese salary woman. Her day in the life in Japan may be a bit different than some Japanese salarymen, but her experiences in the office and auto repair shop is quite common for Japanese employees in her position. The Japanese auto repair shop is also pretty common in terms of work-life. If anythings, the car repair shop is a very traditional office in Japan with Rajio Taiso, cleaning and work ethic. So all in all, this is an example of Japan life as well as Japan countryside life if you were to work in a traditional Japanese company. You should always be aware of Japanese culture when working in a Japanese office.

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What Inside an Average Japanese Family's Home is like New Year's Holiday

Life in Japan - This is how an average Japanese family celebrates New Year in Japan inside their Japanese home. The typical Japanese family will all return to their Japan house and spend the time to together. A house in Japan especially the countryside is 2 stories with 3 bedrooms living room bathroom kitchen and a tatami room. During this New Year Holiday in Japan, an average Japanese family will eat Japanese New Year Foods like Osechi and Ozoni as well as traditional Japanese foods from their hometown Prefecture. Because this family's father is originally from Nagano prefecture, we ate that area's food. We also do hatsumode and visit a Japanese Shrine for the first time during the New Year. This is what an average Japanese home does during the Japan New Year Holiday.

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During New Year's in Japan, Japanese families usually gather and spend time together. Those living in major cities like Tokyo, will often return home to their respective countryside homes. Just like the Christmas Holidays in western countries. So for this New Year’s Holiday, Maiko and I decided to spend it with her family.

For a Japanese New Year dinner it really depends on the family and where they live. Maiko’s family’s dinner is based on the traditional in Nagano Prefecture where her dad is from.

On the menu is Toshitori-zakana, which is grilled yellowtail. Burdock, pickled octopus, marinated herring roe, Namasu, marinated bean curd, Chikuzeni which is a broiled vegetables and chicken, and lots of sashimi. Since Nagano is an inland prefecture seafood used to be considered to be a luxurious food and so it’s a must-have menu item to celebrate the New Year. And my favorite, is the chawanmushi - it’s kind of like a hot steamy egg pudding.

Hatsumode is known as the first Shrine visit of the year. Maiko’s family goes at midnight so we left the house about 15mins before the New Year. It’s standard to go to the family’s local god’s shrine for hatsumode, which is usually the closest one. But it’s also ok to visit other shrines or more than one for hatsumode. If you’re in Tokyo, the main one is Meiji-Jingu.

There’s something magical about being at the Shrine at midnight to welcome in the new year. If you guys ask me what to do for New Years in Japan, I suggest trying this at least once as this so much different than any New Year’s I’ve ever spent.

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A Day In My Life: Living in Japan and Working for a Japanese company

I'm working in Japan and this is just another normal day in my life. It's quite boring and I'm always busy. This video was a bit hard to make but I had fun making it! :)

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What Getting Married in Japan is Really like

We got married in Japan and I wanted to share what a Japanese marriage is like. We are an international couple in Japan. Maiko is a Japanese women and I am an American man living in Tokyo. Getting married in Japan is fairly straightforward as you'll see. You have to fill out a wedding registration form and submit the form to the Japanese city hall. We also discuss a Japanese Wedding Ceremony and the related costs for us and our guests. This is my experience marrying a Japanese women and having an international marriage in Japan.

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OUR JAPANESE LIFE IN OSAKA

After visiting all the touristy spots in Osaka we took many slow days to just feel like locals.
No doubt that those are my favorite memories of our time in Japan.
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Life in Japan | Our Japanese Apartment Tour 2019

Welcome to our life in Japan, and today we're going to introduce our Japanese apartment tour (2019 edition). We actually filmed an apartment tour when we first moved in last year, but a lot has changed since then. So we decided to film a new video to show how our apartment life in Japan has changed over the last year.

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Day in the Life of a Japanese Master Chef

A day in the life of Japanese Master Chef in Tokyo Japan. Working in Japan as a masterchef in Tokyo not only must you prepare delicious food in your Japanese restaurant, but must also throughout the Japanese work day, manage all the different staff, issues and business requirements. Life in Japan for a Japanese Chef working in Tokyo is quite demanding so a Master Chef in Japan must have passion for his work. Life in Toyo for a Japanese world class chef or a Japanese expert chef is also challenging because of the long work hours. In fact, the average working day in Japan for many salarymen or Japanese office workers are quite long, but a Japanese master chef can also have long Japanese work day hours, especially if the Master Chef in Japan has to run multiple restaurants. Japan food industry is also competitive so food quality is key and regular food tastings are a must. Born in Kobe, known for its mountains, ocean, sake and Kobe Beef as well as traveling the world, all helped inspire Hal Yamashita to create a new style cuisine called Shin Washoku, which utilizes modern techniques to bring out the full potential of Japanese ingredients. One of Hal’s specialties is his Signature rolled Kobe-Beef filled with Sea Urchin and topped with smoked caviar. But as master chef, he’s able to prepare Kobe Beef in many different ways making his Japanese restaurant one of the best places to eat Japanese Kobe Beef in Tokyo. Hal's main Japanese restaurant is called Hal Yamashita Tokyo in Roppongi Midtown and in this video we also visit Tokyo Entotsu and Hal Yamashita Otemachi Lounge. This is Japan work day of a Japanese master chef.

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Day in the Life of a Japanese Ramen Chef

This is Tokyo life working in Japan at a Japanese Ramen Shop as a Ramen Chef. Japanese workers are often portrayed as Salarymen but in this video we focus on Japanese food services industry and what it is like to work in a Japanese restaurant. This is a day in the life of a Japanese Chef, Tetsuya, 41 years old, working in Japan at a ramen store, karashibi miso ramen Kinkanbo. It's a popular spicy ramen shop in Tokyo Japan serving a devil ramen. We see Japanese working hours as well as Japanese workers in a Tokyo ramen restaurant, a peek into Japanese life. Tetsuya starts the day in his apartment and as an average Japanese worker, he commutes to work in Tokyo via train. It only takes him 20 minutes to get to work, but soon after arriving, he's busy working at the Japanese food restaurant and preparing Japanese ramen noodles for customers. His main duty is the manager of the ramen shop, but he also creates new gentei limited time menu items as a Japanese ramen chef. Life in Tokyo is amazing and part of this is because we have dedicated workers in Japan that keep the city running. To be a Japanese chef you must really have a passion for what you do. If you are ever looking for a spicy food challenge or spicy ramen challenge in Tokyo, then the Kikanbo ramen shop should be you first destination. But don't worry, if you can't eat spicy ramen, the ramen shop also prepares non-spicy version of the ramen bowl. Customers can choose their level of spiciness from low all the way to Oni level, aka Devil ramen. Enjoy this Japanese food tour of a Japanese ramen shop.

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My Moving Experience in Japan: How to Move On a Budget By Yourself

I recently moved out of my previous apartment in Japan and all of my friends were far away and busy so I had to do almost everything by myself. It was really expensive to move as well so I had to try my best to minimize the expenses!
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A Day in My Life: Tokyo, Japan

Majority of our videos are about travel and adventure, but not every day is like that. Our days are filled with cooking, doing chores in around our little home in Tokyo, and editing. So much editing!

In this video, Martina will give you a mini-tutorial on how she edits our YouTube videos, you'll get a slow cooker recipe from Simon, and despite Martina's struggles with her EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome) getting in the way of her day, she works to #buildaladder and overcome her sadness. HECK YES!

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MOVING IN JAPAN!: Our Move From Okayama To Fukuoka!

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Inside Toyosu Fish Market in Tokyo

A day in the life of Japanese Restaurant buyer at Toyosu Fish Market. Tsukiji Fish Market (only Jonai/Inner market) has moved to Toyosu Market. The official opening of Toyosu Fish Market was October 13 2018. I have made Japanese Street Food Guide for Tsukiji Fish Market before. The video is about JOGAI Tsukiji fish market and it is still in the same spot and it's in business. If you are looking for STREET FOOD, I recommend visiting Tsukiji JOGAI fish market, not Toyosu Fish Market. A lot of the restaurants that were in business for a long time at Tsukiji JONAI Market moved so if you are looking for sit-down restaurants then Toyosu is good also.

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DON'T do THIS on a Japanese Train in Tokyo

How to use the Tokyo Subway and Tokyo Train in Japan? Tokyo Trains and Tokyo Subways are ridden by 40M passengers every day. This Tokyo Train Guide will show you how not to piss off Japanese Train passengers. Follow these top 10 things not to do on a Tokyo Train and you should be alright.

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Kyoto Machiya Hotel - What to Expect if you Stay

Kyoto Machiya aka Kyo-Machiya are traditional Japanese wooden townhouses and if you are visiting Kyoto, you may want to considering staying in a Kyo-Machiya. This Japan Guide explores what it is like to stay in an authentic Kyo Machiya and what you can expect in these type of Kyoto hotels. Machiyas are built using a interlocking wooden parts and were popular with Kyoto Merchants before WWII. Since Kyoto was saved from air raids during the war, many of the Machiyas in are still around to this day, but once torn down these Machiyas will likely never be rebuilt. Walking inside, you truly feel like you’re a part of history.

Machiya Hotels are setup similar to what you would expect from a Kyoto Airbnb Room in that the house is separate and all to yourself. You can organize to have house cleaning depending on the owner and in my case there was a washing machine and dryer facilities. This particular complex has 4 machiyas all together perfect for groups and families.

So There are 6 different types of Kyo-Machiya, but this one is a SoNikai, which means it has a high 2nd floor ceiling especially when compared to the tsushi-nikai kyo-machiya with low ceilings.

A garden in the back is another characteristic of a Machiya. Since many machiyas back in the day were side by side with neighbors, having this garden was an important part of the design. The garden allows for more sunlight and air circulation into the house, but it also creates a seamless blend between nature and living space.

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Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners

10 Reasons Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners. Thanks to Squarespace, get 10% Off: Japan tourists or foreigners coming to Japan may not understand Japanese culture because of this some Japanese dislike foreigners for not understanding Japanese manner and etiquette. As a generalization, Japanese follow the rules and get frustrated when people don't follow those rules, but often time they generally avoid confrontation when they have these sort of issues. Based on my experience, this is why Japanese don't like foreigners and tourists and what they are really thinking when foreigners break the rules. I can't stress enough that these are generalizations and not everyone is like this as everyone is unique, but for the purpose of this video and to show what Japanese may be getting pissed off about, I speak in general terms. These are my Japan tips for tourists to help them understand Japanese manners so they don't make those tourist mistakes in Japan or in that they may be unknowingly viewed as misbehaving tourists in Japan. Although some Japanese hate foreigners for doing things in the video, some other Japanese may be okay with the behavior but again I am speaking in general terms. In general, I don't think foreigners want to be rude tourists in Japan, but because they don't understand Japanese rules or Japanese manner they make the classical foreigner mistakes in Japan. These are must-know Japan tips to and a Japan guide when visiting Japan.

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Apartment in Tokyo Japan

A studio apartment tour in the Ikebukuro area of Tokyo, Japan. Subscribe! *VIDEOS ABOUT TOKYO TRAVEL* Click here:

Deanna Troy Travels gives a tour of her and her fiancé's Airbnb Tokyo studio apartment in the Ikebukuro area. The couple was on an extended vacation in Tokyo for 18 days and decided to stay in this private room with in-space washing machine and gas stove instead of a non-private dorm situation. They were pleased with their stay and recommend this location to groups of two or three visiting Tokyo. Here's the airbnb listing for this apartment:
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What you NEED to KNOW when you First Arrive in Japan

This Japan guide reviews what to do in Tokyo when you first arrive at Narita Airport or Haneda Haneda Airport. First time travelers are confused what to do in Tokyo, where to go, how to get from Narita Airport to Tokyo, how to get from Haneda Airport to Tokyo as well as what to eat in Japan. I cover all these questions and much more. These are Japan Travel Guide tips I wish someone told me when I first arrived in Japan or even wish I knew before I came to Japan. This video is perfect for first time travelers who don't know the difference between Narita Airport or Haneda Airport. Also, I share with you how to Get a SIM a card and what useful apps you can download before arriving at the Tokyo Airport in Japan. I even provide some tips on Showers and Tokyo Capsule Hotels at both Tokyo airports.

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0:51 - #1 Difference Between Narita & Haneda Airport

Travelers flying into Tokyo for the first time, have an option to fly into Narita or Haneda Airport.

Narita is the larger of the 2 airports and is generally known to have more international flights while Haneda has more domestic flights. Both have lots of dining and shopping areas, but since Haneda is newly ren, I have to give Haneda the overall edge when it comes to attractions.

The biggest differentiator between both airports is the distance to Tokyo. Narita is about 1 hr away by express train, while Haneda is about 15-30 min train ride away. So it’s a little cheaper transportation-wise from Haneda.

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