Here is everything you need to know about the JR EAST PASS (Tohoku area)

If you are a non-Japanese passport holder (regardless of visa status), you can purchase the JR EAST PASS (Tohoku area) to unlock five consecutive days of unlimited travel across northeastern Japan. For a flat fee of 20,000 yen (10,000 yen Continue Reading

Kamikoya Washi Studio was featured in a video by Outdoor Japan!

Jarman International has been supporting the owner of Kamikoya Washi Studio in Kochi Prefecture, Rogier Uitenboogaart, who has been hand making traditional Japanese paper (“washi”) for 40 years. In August, Kamikoya was featured in a beautiful video by Outdoor Japan about Continue Reading

Learn all about Japanese gourmet ramen & noodles with John Daub! (Live from Japan Rail Cafe in Tokyo station)

Japanese cuisine is no stranger to noodles, and YouTuber John Daub has travelled all across Japan to taste its countless varieties. Brought to you live from the Japan Rail Cafe in Tokyo station, John will introduce some of his most Continue Reading

Did you miss watching Ruth Marie Jarman on the popular TV show, “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in the World)? No worries! You can still stream it online for free until June 26th!

On June 12, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman made her second appearance on the beloved TV Show (Nippon TV channel) called “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou (The Most Useful School in the World)”. During the show, Ruth shared with us 20 Continue Reading

Deep Japan – Blue Cave Nakameguro for Winter Illuminations

Article by LShannon, originally published on Deep Japan Sparkling Blue for a Romantic Winter Evening Winter means many things to many people and this vibrant holiday season is full of different traditions from all parts of the globe. In modern Japan- the Continue Reading

Deep Japan : Inside track to the best food and culture in Japan

Don’t you think one of the greatest fun when you travel is to feel like a real local in the authentic flavors of that city? Though there’s certainly no shame in it, no one likes to feel like a tourist. Continue Reading

Deep Japan : Season of Fireworks

Summer is the season of fireworks! There are hundreds of hanabi (flowers of fire) festivals throughout the country, usually between July and August. Pyrotechnicians from the Japan’s top fireworks firms compete technique, creativity and beauty. Japanese fireworks are shoot up in Continue Reading