Tune in this Saturday, April 10 at 8 PM on the popular TV show “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in the World), and watch as Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman teaches us all about what makes Japan so unique in the world!

This coming Saturday, April 10, 2021, from 8 PM, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman will teach us all about Japan’s unique people and culture on the incredibly popular TV show called “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in Continue Reading

Spend a night in the only room in the world that offers an all-you-can-drink service of Krug’s Grande Cuvée, a world class champagne (bar hotel Hakone Kazan)

Krug was founded in 1843 in the city of Reims, France, by German-born Joseph Krug, and has since earned one of the highest reputations among the region’s Champagne houses. The Grande Cuvée is their top bottling, which is composed of Continue Reading

JI Core 50 Member Adam Fulford helped launch a new online shop that sells products from a local village in Yamagata Prefecture!

We are very happy to share that one of our JI Core 50 Members, Adam Fulford, helped launch an online store called My Shuraku Nakatsugawa, which sells products from a small village in the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture. At least Continue Reading

A thrilling adventure awaits you at Matsushima Bay, one of Japan’s three most scenic views (Miyagi Prefecture)

Have you ever heard of or visited Matsushima Bay located in Miyagi Prefecture? It is said that its vast azure sea glistening under the dynamic sky left even the most articulate Japanese poet, Matsuo Basho, speechless. Dotted with over 260 Continue Reading

Dive Deep into the Flavorful World of Yuzukosho with YouTuber John Daub! (Kochi Prefecture)

Japanese cuisine is no stranger to condiments. Shichimi togarashi (a mix of seven spices commonly eaten with soba or udon), Japanese mayonnaise, iconic wasabi, tonkatsu pork cutlet sauce…there are numerous varieties in Japan. For JI Core 50 member and popular Continue Reading

Japan Today Introduces Sony Bank’s English Online Banking Service!

Although beginning a life in a new country is undeniably exciting and life-changing in the best of ways, it is not easy. Tasks like setting up a bank account can be very daunting and intimidating especially if there is a language Continue Reading

Explore the Tohoku Pacific Coast Area with a Beautiful Virtual Tour – Jarman International Was Honored to Assist with Building Their Online Content!

Almost 10 years has passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake heavily devastated the Tohoku region on March 11, 2011. During these past 10 years, numerous recovery efforts have taken place in the region. Although these efforts still continue to Continue Reading

JI Core 50 Member Louise George Kittaka Takes Us on a Journey to Old Japan in Tokyo Weekender Article About Kakunodate

In late December, JI Core 50 member Louise George Kittaka visited the former castle town of Kakunodate in Akita Prefecture, using the three-day JR EAST Welcome Rail Pass 2020, available to all non-Japanese passport holders. Founded in 1620, Kakunodate is Continue Reading

Vicki L. Beyer Explores One of Japan’s Largest Limestone Caves.

In late November, during her trip to Iwate prefecture, JI Core 50 member Vicki L. Beyer visited Ryusendo, one of the three largest limestone caves in Japan, which is a designated National Natural Treasure. Ryusendo is also known as the “cave Continue Reading

JI Core 50 Vicki Beyer Experiences the Beauty and Resilience of Post-disaster Iwate’s Miyako City

The Great East Japan Earthquake left Iwate severely battered, but now, much of its picturesque coastline has been restored. In late October, JI Core 50 Vicki L. Beyer went on a sightseeing trip to Iwate to experience its beauty, just Continue Reading