Blog links

In order to bring you more Japan-related information from a variety of perspectives, we are currently sifting through the many blogs out there geared towards people involved in the Japan field. Every few days we hope to be posting a new blog link with a short review to help find useful resources for visitors to our site. Some of these blogs have been gracious enough to do a link exchange (those interested should contact us at shinpai.deshou@gmail.com).

That being said, here is a site that serves as a compendium of Japan-related blogs, appropriately named The Japan Blog List.



http://www.japanbloglist.com/

 

This compilation of blogs organizes them into the following categories:

  • Foreigners Living in Japan
  • Japanese Living in Japan
  • Japanese Living Outside of Japan
  • Foreigners Living Outside of Japan
  • Japan-Related
  • Non English Language Blogs on Japan
  • No Longer Updated Blogs

The featured sites have a fantastic amount of variety, ranging from personal blog diaries and up-to-date news articles to demographic data compilations and bilingual art/design events in Tokyo. We plan on going through many of these links ourselves and categorizing them into a variety of topics for your convenience, but if you’re interested (or bored!) and want to cruise through some of what the internet has to offer on stories from, opinions on, or events and news in Japan, The Japan Blog List is a great place to start.

 

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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