Living in Japan can be difficult, but the internet has many resources to make things a bit easier. An iPhone or other smart phone can put those resources at your fingertips wherever you find yourself in Japan through a wide variety of standard or easily downloadable applications.
Google maps, for example, can find and give you directions to everything from castles and temples to a coffee shop near your station. Once you have arrived, you can take pictures or video and upload them on the spot for your adoring fans back home to enjoy using Facebook or Twitter. The iPhone works almost as well as an individual digital dictionary, but weighs much less!
If you are already have an iPhone or are thinking about getting one, Japan Info Swap has collected a list of the most useful programs for people living in Japan.
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