Japan Goodies Fans, Don Quijote Now Delivers to PH!

If you’ve been to Japan, I’m sure you visited Don Quijote! We can’t deny that we also splurged on a lot of cute and affordable stuff offered in-store. Since the pandemic, a lot of flights going to Japan were canceled and so our most awaited Japan trips were also affected. Don’t you fret, you won’t

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July 28, 2021

Japan to Donate 1 Million Covid Vaccines to PH this Week

As a continuation of bilateral donations, Japan said on Tuesday that they will be sending millions of AstraZeneca vaccines to neighboring Asian nations including the Philippines.   Japan will be sending 1 million each to Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam this week.    “Glad to be the bearer of good news today. Japan will donate AstraZeneca

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July 7, 2021

Yay or Nay: Japan Proposes a 4-day Work Week

Early June 2021, the government included in its annual economic policy guidelines the proposal to employers to shorten the working days to 4 days. This would mean a 3-day weekend for every employee! Is it a yay or a nay for you?    According to the survey of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development,

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July 1, 2021

Success Story: The Best Filipino Restaurant in Tokyo

Mr. Joel San Jose, the owner of Isla Pamilya Restaurant, opened his Filipino restaurant to help fellow Filipinos fight homesickness by bringing favorite Filipino dishes to Japan. The first branch was opened in Kawasaki in 1997. His business has been running for 24 years already!   Getting to know Joel   Joel started his adventure

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June 21, 2021

Kyushoku – Japanese School Lunch System

School lunch, also called Kyushoku in Japan, was recognized as a legitimate part of children’s education in the country way back 1954 when the School Lunch Act was implemented. The act was set to teach knowledge about how food is produced and important dining customs in Japan. This also encourages healthy social interaction among classmates

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June 18, 2021

COMING SOON: Vaccine Passport in Japan

Japan is eyeing to organize the implementation of vaccine passports this summer modeling the European Union’s COVID certificate system.    While being behind in the vaccine rollout compared to other first-world nations, Japan has finally stepped up its game and is scheduled to begin its general public inoculation this June 2021.    With a goal

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June 10, 2021

A Must-Visit: The Bunny Island in Japan

“Kawaii” in Japanese means cute. If you are looking for somewhere cute to visit in Japan, Bunny Island is a must-visit place!   Two miles off the coast of the Japanese city of Takehara, in Hiroshima Prefecture, that is around 12-15 minutes ferry ride, you will be welcomed by a bunch of cute little bunnies

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June 3, 2021

10 Must-know Farming Tools in Nihongo

Farming is one of the most in-demand jobs in Japan today. According to SalaryExpert.com, the average farmer vegetable gross salary in Japan is ¥2,550,126 per year. That is roughly 94,000 pesos per month!    Who knows – you might be the next one who will be dispatched by Delta as a farmer in Japan. Delta

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May 28, 2021

5 Useful Japanese Phrases for Tourists in Japan

Hello everyone! For this week, we will be sharing 5 useful Japanese phrases for tourists when in Japan brought to you by Delta TV.    I know everyone can’t wait to fly and visit Japan especially that there are new attractions in Disney Land and there is also a first city cable car in Yokohama

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May 19, 2021

How much is the average salary in Japan?

I know many of us Filipinos are aspiring to go to Japan to work because the salary is way higher compared to the Philippines. But do you have an idea how much an average Japanese makes? Let’s hear it from Paolo from Tokyo as he discusses in one of his vlogs how much an average Japanese

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May 14, 2021