Newest edition "The Expat's Guide to Japan 2015" released on Dec.15.
The Expat's Guide to Japan is a compact guidebook that covers all the basic yet essential information to help make living in and around Tokyo more pleasant and convenient. It provides sufficient and up-to-date information including visa & residency procedures, public services, accommodations, education, medical care, emergencies, shops & restaurants, supplemented by a directory of useful references. Since its first issue in September 2008, the handbook has been distributed to the foreign community through embassies, municipal offices, chamber of commerce, international schools, hospitals & clinics, and foreign companies, and has gained reputation among its readers.
This edition is also aimed at tourists to Japan as well as short-term residents, and contains information on convenient passes and services for short-term stayers.
"The Expat's Guide to Japan" is now available online at http://expatsguide.jp with regular featured articles on a wide selection of themes, keeping you updated on what's happening in Tokyo and its surroundings: new restaurants, festivals, shopping areas, travel destinations and a whole lot more.
- Product Name
- The Expat's Guide to Japan 2015
- Date of Issue
- Dec. 15, 2014
- 4-color, side-stitch, 104 pages
- A5 (H: 210mm X W: 148mm)
- English-speaking residents in the Tokyo/Yokohama area, executives/employees of foreign companies and their families, embassy staff, etc.
Ch 01 Basic Information
Climate, Currency, Custom, Conversion Chart, Holidays, Annual Events, etc.
Ch 02 Visas＆Residency
Visas, Alien Registration, Residency, Marriage, Births, etc.
Ch 03 Starting a Business
Setting up a business in Japan, Permissions and Registrations, Finding an Office, Corporate Taxes, Attorneys, Finding a Job, etc.
Ch 04 Settling In
Utilities (Electricity, Gas, Water), Telephone, Internet, Media, Mail & Courier, Bank Accounts, Taxes, etc.
Ch 05 Housing
Housing, Relocation, Furnishings, Moving, Housekeeping, Pets, Garbage, etc.
Ch 06 Cars
Driving Rules, License Transfer, Owning a Car, Parking, Gas Stations, etc.
Ch 07 Shopping
Types of Shops, Prices, Sale Seasons, List of Shops
Ch 08 Eating Out
Japanese Cuisine, Popular Eating Places, List of Restaurants
Ch 09 Education
International Schools, Japanese Schools, List of International Schools & Preschools
Ch 10 Medical Care
Japanese Clinics & Hospitals, Medicine, Insurance, List of Clinics & Hospitals
Ch 11 Health, Sports, & Body Care
Beauty Salons, Spas, Fitness Clubs, Participatory Sports
Ch 12 Community & Recreation
Membership Clubs, Societies, Groups & Events, City Entertainment, Parks & Gardens, Museums, Spectator Sports, Japanese Culture, Learning Japanese
Ch 13 Trips & Entertainment
Sightseeing in Central Tokyo, Day Trips from Tokyo, Amusement Parks, Kids Attraction, Zoos & Aquariums, etc.
Ch 14 Transportation
Trains & Subways, Buses, Taxis, Haneda & Narita Airports, Various Services, Railway Maps
＊World Heritage, Festivals and Seasonal Events.
＊Basic Japanese Words and Phrases.
＊Emergencies & Disaster Prevention - Emergencies, Natural Disasters, Emergency Talk 119.
＊Maps - Roppongi, Hiroo, Azabu, Atago, Shibuya, Omotesando, Ginza, Shinjuku, Ebisu, Shirokane, Yokohama, Yamate
Acquiring "The Expat's Guide to Japan"
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