After a lot of study, LaShawn Toyoda took what she learned and created a multilingual database of where to find vaccinations in Japan.
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The medical problems associated with gluten are not as common in Japan, though some think this may not be the case a few years down the road.
Adherence to the rules is important in Japan. When those rules don’t work, it is sometimes easier to make a whole new set.
Border restrictions imposed on non-Japanese residents to stop the spread of COVID-19 were seen as discriminatory by many, but they're not likely to prevent travel here in the future.
It’s hard to list the stories of every person still stuck outside of Japan due to the country’s border policies, but two of them show just how complicated the situation can get.
The requirements Japan has put in place to enter the country amid the pandemic don't quite match up with the realities of what's going on overseas.
While some permanent residents and students are slowly trickling back into Japan, businesses are waiting to hear if new hires can join their ranks.
Since Japan imposed entry restrictions on April 3, many students and academics have been left stranded outside the country, unable to pursue their studies and research. Many have also lost the scholarships that have funded their studies so far. On this episode we’re taking a ...
Non-Japanese students and faculty find study and research plans upended by pandemic restrictions.
As confusion continues over the Japanese government's re-entry ban for foreign residents, the international business community has started voicing concerns.