Rejuvenating Spa Therapy
Beng Teng Spa and Island Grill Restaurant are pleased to offer a special Treatment and Sweets Set Plan from February 6 to April 20, …
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- 6 February 2016
Deep Japan is a brand new website venture to help visitors to Japan experience all the fun, culture and excitement of Japan’s “local” side. Want to know what condiments at the ramen shop go best with shoyu ramen as opposed to tonkotsu ramen? Want to know how to ask to use the restroom in a Japanese convenience store? Your Deep Japan Senpais will post countless tips and advice about how to enjoy your visit to Japan.
DEEP JAPAN WEBSITE
After 27 years in Japan and working solely inside Japanese companies, CEO Ruth Jarman Shiraishi ( 日本人が世界に誇れる３３のこと ) developed Jarman International to offer you the best in accommodation (serviced apartments and residential hotel), turn-key relocation services, business networking opportunities, office design and project management, a deeper take on Japan travel, Tokyo investment property information as well as all her insight into how business works and succeeds in the Land of the Rising Sun.
ABOUT JARMAN INTERNATIONAL
Our network of partners provide you with turn-key business services to support your success in Japan. We bring you a rotating roster of complimentary and wholly unique partner companies to answer your requirements for success in Japan. Our business partners include, Akasaka Real Estate, Enoshima Island Spa, Smart City/Social Innovation 2014, Hotel and Residence Roppongi Serviced Accommodation, Midas Company Limited, H&R Group, and the HRM Association. We can also help with connecting you to opportunities and key people within the ACCJ (American Chamber of Commerce in Japan).
JARMAN INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS
Japan Technology Report (JTR) Becomes First English Language Resource for Technology and Strategy inside Japan’s Manufacturing Sector
JAPAN TECHNOLOGY REPORT
Housing and Relocation
As New Year’s well wishes fade from conversations across Japan, an unspoken but equally cheerful sentiment permeates the atmosphere of Hiroshima Prefecture: “Happy Oyster …