ママ・アミア(MAMA AMIA)

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Happy Things: Surviving Loneliness[MAMA AMIA! Surviving Japan]

(日本語) ママ・アミアのあったかくて、ときに厳しい日本で生き抜くためのサバイバルコラム。今回は日本の暮らしでの寂しさ対策について。
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A Look at Disaster Preparedness : Reality Check[MAMA AMIA! Surviving Japan]

A message of all foreigners living in Japan: From Mama Amia! Today She is talking about “A Closer Look at Disaster Preparedness"!
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Obnoxious Neighbors: You might not win[MAMA AMIA! Surviving Japan]

A message of all foreigners living in Japan: From Mama Amia! Today She is talking about “Obnoxious Neighbors: You might not win".
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Stay Cool Summer Foods: Last Blast of Summer[MAMA AMIA! Surviving Japan]

A message of all foreigners living in Japan: From Mama Amia! Today She is talking about “Stay Cool Summer Foods: Last Blast of Summer”.
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Life in Japan: Rules about that Bicycle[MAMA AMIA! Surviving Japan]

Today She is talking about “Life in Japan: Rules about that Bicycle”!  A message of all foreigners living in Japan: From Mama Amia.
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How to Eat on the Cheap[MAMA AMIA! Surviving Japan]

A survival column to you in Japan–those working so hard, trying, sometimes succeeding and other times not–words of encouragement along with a strict “buck up” from your home-away-from-home mother-figure. Today She is talking about “How to Eat on the Cheap.”
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My Coping Method [MAMA AMIA! Surviving Japan]

A survival column to you in Japan–those working so hard, trying, sometimes succeeding and other times not–words of encouragement along with a strict “buck up” from your home-away-from-home mother-figure. Today Mama Amia is talking about my coping method.
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Introduction [MAMA AMIA! Surviving Japan]

A message or all foreigners living in Japan: From Mama Amia A survival column to you in Japan–those working so hard, trying, sometimes succeeding and other times not–words of encouragement along with a strict “buck up” from your home-away-from-home mother-figure. Mama Amia shares everything from mental health survival tips to how to take out the trash. Come back to this column regularly for your virtual check-up. (Japanese readers welcome as well!)