Meet Nihongo Master

займ на карту ночью Never having formally studied Japanese before, I went to Nihongo Master last week as a true Nihongo Rookie. “Nihongo” by the way, means Japanese in Japanese, which I clearly didn’t know as a rookie. If you’re a Chinese reader, you’ll see that the characters used in Nihongo—日本語—mean “Japanese language” in Chinese, … 

 

Japan: Home to the World’s Most Expensive Fruit

взять займ на карту круглосуточно If you are an avid fruit eater like myself, you better make a fruit budget during your time in Japan. Japan is home to some of the most expensive fruit in the world. To maintain a daily intake of 3-5 fruit servings per day, expect to pay about $10-$15 a day. Japanese convenience … 

 

Waygo takes a Bath (and a Lesson on Japanese Bathing Culture)

быстрые займы до 100000 рублей по паспорту While in Tokyo, Waygo had the opportunity to soak up some Japanese culture at an onsen. Onsen (温泉), or “hot springs,” can also refer more generally to spas and bathing facilities and are huge drivers for tourism in Japan.   Waygo visited Ooedo-Onsen-Monogatari located in Odaiba (お台場), a large artificial island area in … 

 

Tips for Tokyo’s Tricky Trains

деньги в долг по паспорту онлайн Tokyo transportation can be intimidating—I mean, have you seen the map?! Navigating a foreign country (or even a new city within your home country) can be overwhelming. With its massive size and so many uniquely Tokyo characteristics, Tokyo can be especially overwhelming. Our hope in today’s blog post is … 

 

Take a trip to Japan via Japantown, San Francisco

автокредит без первоначального взноса на новый автомобиль How can you go to Japan for the day without shelling out hundreds of dollars (or more likely—thousands—for a plane ticket)? Head to your nearest Japantown! Did you know San Francisco is not only home to the largest Chinatown outside of Asia, but also the U.S.’s largest Japanese … 

 

Waygo Speaks 日本の, too!

какие карты рассрочки выгоднее Dear Waygo friends, It’s been a while. How have you been? In case you haven’t heard, Waygo now translates Japanese into English. 何 (nani)?! Yes, that’s right! Waygo is now trilingual. We launched the news earlier this month at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, also winning the accelerator pitch competition for the Entertainment and …