It’s highly unlikely that you will ever have to contend with any kind of major health issue here when you visit. However, if the worst should happen, then you can rest assured that you will always be in safe hands here.
So with that in mind, I thought I would talk a little about moving house in Japan. How does it work? What kind of things can we expect to see? What are the main challenges one will face in this endeavor? Also, how much will it all cost you?
Depending on your country of origin, or more appropriately the country where you learned to drive, transitioning to driving in Japan could be either totally straightforward or mind-bendingly confusing.
Whilst even a short visit to Japan can be a life-changing experience for many, the fact is that in a country so fascinatingly unique and with so many different layers to its society, three months really isn’t enough time to even scratch the surface.
So, in light of this recent trash crisis, the young people of this generation must have self-awareness to not litter and obey the rules especially about trash to mitigate it. Japan is working on ways to control and mitigate it's waste through strict measures and trash control policies.
There are two main parts of the body that women obsess about taking care of: their hair and their skin. Women can spend hundreds, thousands even, on hair products, skin care, and other beauty products to keep their skin looking alive and beautiful. Japanese people have been amazingly successful at this.
So, today I hope to inform you all by presenting the top 5 questions and answers I have received thus far concerning life in Japan.
Japanese people have the longest average life expectancy in the entire world. They also hold the title of being one of the healthiest in the world. Is it all because of their genes? Hmm... not quite. Japanese are said to have a very healthy diet, which contributes a lot to how healthy they are. Here are some of them!
My friends and relatives visiting Japan always ask me this one question before visiting: should I rent a car? It really depends on which part of Japan you are visiting, but in general, unless you are visiting a major city like Tokyo and Osaka and planning to stay in the city throughout your trip, there are many benefits to having a car to travel in when you are here.