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.

【MY STORY】Michael Keida, An Active American Who Runs Own Organic Farm

Michael Keida is an American born TV personality/presenter. He owns roughly one acre of an organic farm as well as running a cafe working as a chef. He is an athletic person and in his young days, he played inline skating. He also appeared in "SASUKE  KuroOvi" in Japan. We asked him about his life in Japan, his farm and his future.

Gen Katsugi that perfectly matches with the summer season [Grace Tsubaki’s “Gen Katsugi”]

In Japan, it marks the beginning of summer once the rainy season in June and July is over. Schools go on vacation, and there are tonnes of exciting events being held all over town. In this article, we are going to talk about gen katsugi that perfectly matches with the summer season.

(日本語) 元肉好きの医師が驚いた! Dr.ネイトの予想外のヴィーガンライフ

(日本語) 日本でも聞こえてくるようになった「ヴィーガン」。実際にヴィーガン生活を送っているアメリカ人タレントで現役の形成外科医のDr.ネイトが、その予想外の効果と楽しさをお伝えします!

Free Wave Model Audition[2019.8.10 sat @ TOKYO]

Free Wave agency, the leading modeling agency for international models is holding a casting on August 10 (Sat) in Tokyo.

(日本語) 底なき鏡となりて——欧羅巴の様式美に、日本のアンニュイが映りこむ。シルバージュエリー“Superbia”

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10 must try foods in Harajuku/Tokyo

(日本語) オシャレ好きな若者が集まる原宿・竹下通り。イギリス出身のインフルエンサー・ソフィーがインスタ映え間違いなしの原宿Kawaii Foodsをご紹介!

(日本語) うさぎちゃんの誕生日をお祝い! 原宿Q-pot CAFE.でキュートなひんやりスウィーツを。

(日本語) 原宿のQ-pot CAFE.では、6月30日にお誕生日を迎えたうさぎちゃん(月野うさぎ)のバースデイパーティーをテーマに、コラボレーションを2019年8月4日まで開催中。「美少女戦士セーラームーン」が大好きなイギリス人のインフルエンサー・ソフィと、アメリカ人のカフェブロガー・ジャスミンが体験!

[Horoscope]Grace Tsubaki’s Advice for the Month of August 2019

Grace Tsubaki, famous for numerous horoscope methods including “Business Warlord Horoscope” is now on Model Bible. Let’s see how your stars are looking for the month of August 2019.

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.”