The year 2002 is the year of
the Horse. Right click and save to use. Nengajo greetings card texts for
you to send to friends and family.
Last year's snakes, dragons
Nengajo greetings card texts for you
to send to friends and family.
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Every day of living in Japan provides a relatively small
number of lucky foreigners a marvelously wonderful experience. If you haven't
been one of the lucky few who have been fortunate enough to live in Japan, use
the Buddycom links to pique your interest. And remember, the more of your
precious cabbages you leave behind before you come, the more you will enhance
your enjoyment while living each day in the Kingdom of Cute. Once you
learn to speak, you may wonder occasionally if you're still on the same planet,
the Japanese spirit is so positive, so optimistic. We encourage you to speak
with everyone young and old in the cities and in the countryside. It's fun.
Even a short stay in Japan can be spiritually refreshing, soothing.
The Access-J Japanese Webpage
Viewer at http://www.dgs.monash.edu.au/~jwb/jviewer.html
to read Japanese websites without any added software or
hassles. Please note this page allows you to print Japanese on an English PC
Working and Living In
Know before you go...
Japanese Manners & Etiquette at
has lots of info on how to avoid looking like a buffoon
|Tsukiji Fish Market in
| Japan Travel
|Foreign Buyers Club,
FBC. The U.S. mail order grocer - cheap, easy, quick and in English!
Delivery to your door-40,000 items, books, videos, foods, Christmas candy
Information Resources for the Expat in Japan Resources
related Japanese government, weather, news, currency and online shopping for
products not easily purchased in Japan.
Learning the Japanese Language