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Geisha, yakuza, zombies, and meditation! We have an eclectic mix of events and activities happening this week in Tokyo to get you over the post-Golden Week hump.

If you’re doing something fun or interesting, be sure to leave us a comment or email us to have your event listed.

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/this-week-in-tokyo-may-11-17-2015/
Check in every Monday morning as we bring you the latest activities and events going on around Tokyo.
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Japanese kids have it rough, there are no two ways about that. Here's a quick language survival guide for new teachers. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/survival-guide-to-japanese-misbehavior/
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Visiting a friend’s house in Tokyo? Going to see extended relatives for the first time? Don’t forget to bring back an omiyage. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/10-edible-souvenirs/
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If you are taking clients out for dinner tonight, here is some important tips to keep in mind. 
Follow these simple rules of Japanese dining etiquette to impress your clients and build your business future.
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Children’s Day, which takes place every year on May 5th, is a day that families with young boys will often hang koinobori outside their homes.
Tatebayashi, a small town in Gunma Prefecture is home to one of Japan's largest koinobori festivals.

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/tatebayashis-koinobori-festival/
Tatebayashi’s Koinobori Village Festival is held every year from late March to early May.
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What are your thoughts on politeness in Japan? http://blog.gaijinpot.com/japanese-politeness/
Are the Japanese polite or just cordial for the sake of keeping the harmony?
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Whether it’s skiing or zip lining, snowboarding or kayaking, Niseko always has something to offer those looking for a fun and event filled vacation.

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Whether it’s skiing or zip lining, snowboarding or kayaking, Niseko always has something to offer those looking for a fun and event filled vacation.
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Better get down to immigration as the deadline for replacing your old Alien Registration Cards with the new Residence Card is coming soon. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/japane-residence-card/
Better get down to immigration as the deadline for replacing your old Alien Registration Cards with the new Residence Card is coming soon.
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When you first start learning Japanese, it is easy to get confused about how to address people correctly.

The first form of address many learners come across is ‘san’. San is such a useful general purpose address that at first that it becomes easy to forget that there are plenty of others.

Keep studying and soon you will soon come across sama, then kun and chan, may even hear tan.

The different uses of all of these addresses can be quite difficult for learners, so here we’ll look at some of the common uses.

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/how-to-address-people-in-japanese/
When meeting people in Japan, be sure to use the appropriate title.
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What's the secret to flawless Japanese skin? 
The surprising secret that Japanese women use to maintain their flawless skin.
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Looking for something to do in Tokyo this week? Here's a list of upcoming events to check out. http://blog.gaijinpot.com/this-week-in-tokyo-april-20-26-2015/
Check in every Monday morning as we bring you the latest activities and events going on around Tokyo.
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Do you have any hanami parties planned for this weekend? The weather is not looking great here in Tokyo but hopefully we can all get out and enjoy the sakura. 
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