A Race for Excellence: Top Financial Centers in the Global Power City Index
Check out insights into the growth in worldwide competition within the finance industry from the latest Global Power City Index.
Check out insights into the growth in worldwide competition within the finance industry from the latest Global Power City Index.
Check out our selection of Christmas events for 2023, including markets, feasts, and illuminations!
Check out our lineup of events for entertainment and adventure in Tokyo this December!
Learn about the architectural design, background, and facilities of Azabudai Hills, Mori Building’s newest development project.
Celebrate Refugee Empowerment International’s impact at their annual Hands Around the World Gala.
Learn about the Global Power City Index and see how it ranks the world’s most influential cities.
Experience an exhilarating day of attractions, rides and food and beverage at Universal Studios Japan.
Learn more about YouWeMe’s upcoming gala dinner in honor of their work for underprivileged children.
Discover GoConnect's exclusive Japanese Culture Series, a homage to Culture Day, showcasing iconic authors from Japan's literary heritage.
Check out the largest event for foreigners in Japan, which offers business opportunities, performances, entertainment, and presentations.
Discover how YouMeWe supports children emotionally and academically.
Join KIWL's 30-Day challenge, changing kids' lives through outdoor programs.
These food delivery services all have English-language, easy-to-use interfaces, but differ in a number of ways!
What better way to spend Mountain Day than … on a mountain? With that in mind, we've put together a list of places close to central Tokyo where you can hike to your heart's content.
Explore many beaches that are just a quick drive away from Tokyo just in time for your next Marine Day adventure.
Explore the top vegan restaurants in Tokyo! From Ain Soph's heavenly pancakes to Great Lakes' mouthwatering burgers, these culinary gems offer delectable plant-based dishes for every occasion. Read on to check out the full list.
Here are some outdoor restaurant, bars, and cafes options where you can go get delicious food and drink in the comfort of an open air environment in Tokyo
There are many reasons why you should plan your next trip around glamping. Stay in glamorous accommodations while also getting to experience the pleasures of camping.
Discover how Hotel Indigo Hakone Gora offers a captivating mix of tradition and modernity, with its stunning design, fantastic dining options, and truly unique onsen.
Onsens are becoming places where anyone can go and relax, regardless of their body art. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful soak or a chance to show off your ink, these tattoo-friendly onsens offer a one-of-a-kind experience.
While Japan is well-known for its traditional festivals, with every corner of the country throwing a different one every month, it's also home to some pretty unique events. And there are plenty of quirky celebrations taking place right in Tokyo.
Joining meetups is great for making new friends and improving your skills, and they can help you thrive in Tokyo. Some of the meetups we have listed include food meetups, language exchange meetups, fitness meetups, and networking events.
Japan offers some amazing hikes and outdoor activities. With so many different places to explore, it can be tough to know which ones are best for hiking. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the top 5 hikes in the country.
Thanksgiving in Tokyo might take some planning, but you don’t have to sacrifice your traditions as an expat. Here are some ways to celebrate Thanksgiving for those craving a taste of home away from home.
If you’re a music fan and want to catch your favorite artist performing live, check out our list of Tokyo concerts and tour dates for 2022 and 2023. Discover where these musicians will be playing this year and where they will be touring next!
Experience the best Japan has to offer at EXPAT EXPO TOKYO 2022, a two-day event full of fun and excitement! Meet people from all over the world, get exclusive deals andoffers, and find out everything you need to make the most of life in Japan.
From flashy costumes to spooky decorations, there's so much to celebrate this Halloween in Japan. Whether you're going out with friends or staying in for the night, there's something for everyone. Here are some of the best ways to celebrate.
The Shonan-Shinjuku Line passes through many stations across four prefectures in the Kanto region. Explore the different train stations along this line and enjoy activities that include shopping, dining, and a variety of entertainment.
The Hibiya Cinema Festival is an annual film festival held in Tokyo in October. The festival showcases films from around the world as well as award-winning Japanese films. It offers movie lovers a unique viewing experience and a variety of events. Here’s what you need to know about Hibiya Cinema Festival 2022.
English-speaking therapists and psychotherapists aren’t as rare a commodity in Japan as some might think. There are quite a few, but you’ll need to know where to look if you want to find them. We’ve put together a selection of places that offer mental health services in English.
The standard for plus size in Japan is quite different compared to other countries. If you wear large sizes, it can be challenging at times to find shops that can meet your needs. But here we have plenty of options available for plus size shoppers across Japan.
Exploring Japan during Silver Week can be a wonderful experience because it is a time when the locations are quieter and less crowded. You can explore unique destinations and tourist spots without the usual hustle and bustle. This is also a great time to enjoy the beauty of Japan's countryside or the charm of its coastal towns.
Tokyo is a paradise for animal lovers. There are countless animal and pet cafes throughout the city, and it’s easy to find one no matter where you are. These are some of the best ones in town.
There is so much to see and do in Tokyo, and it’s an ideal place to explore for families. This list of fun things to do around the greater Tokyo area with kids is perfect for getting them out of the house, having fun together as a family, and learning about Japanese culture along the way.
teamLab Borderless in Odaiba closed on August 31, 2022. However, the museum will reopen in central Tokyo in 2023. Let's look at the museum’s best digital artworks, find out about its accolades, and see what’s in store for next year.
If you’re looking to escape the city, journey to another prefecture through Tokyo’s many antenna shops. Here are seven antenna shops selling sake, snacks, and goods from several of Japan’s most traveled-to prefectures.
Explore Tokyo’s most hip neighborhood, which has a lot to offer. Shimokitazawa is a hotspot among young people for thrift shopping, whether they’re looking for clothing or vintage records. This neighborhood also has some of the best cafes and restaurants.
Craft beer is becoming more and more popular in Japan, with many on-site breweries and taprooms here in Tokyo. Taste the latest in innovative brewing right at the source, and experience the full gastronomic potential of craft beer.
Whether you want a monthly maintenance facial or a facial that targets your skin concerns, these five beauty salons in Tokyo have English-friendly service and facial treatments for every type of skincare need and budget.
See Tokyo from a whole new perspective as you experience breathtaking skyline views of the city while enjoying rooftop bars, astronomy events, a piano decorated by a world-famous artist, and more.
Just in time for the summer holidays, find out how this innovative educational platform is helping children around the world learn new subjects and pursue their interests.
This summer, many of the traditional festivals that have been on hold are back. These are some of the matsuri to check out in Tokyo, from the Shinjuku Eisa festival to the Harajuku Omotesando Super Yosakoi and more.
Although Japan is well known for its sizzling summer temperatures, you can enjoy a wide range of refreshing experiences and activities to beat the heat. Check out these fun summer outings in and around Tokyo.
With changes to Japan’s border measures in June comes a new phase of travel to and from Japan. For residents, summer travel has become more feasible with the easing of Covid testing and quarantine restrictions.
The recent showers mean that all of the beautiful greenery around Japan provides the perfect atmosphere for some fun outdoor activities. GoConnect has put together a list of five green season activities you have to check out.
With Father's Day around the corner, we've come up with six of the best gifts for every type of dad. Whether he is a sake enthusiast, a businessman, or loves to travel, we have the best gift ideas for him.
There are plenty of things you can do to enjoy the outdoors, but sometimes the right answer is simply to have a barbecue. Here are some spots around Tokyo where you can enjoy one.
When their team rivals another team, their fans also become rivals—often for life. This breeds a sense of competition and is often good for the sports themselves, so here are some of the biggest sports rivalries in Japan.
Managerial coaching can help bring out your team’s best. Discover some key techniques with these free training sessions led by a business expert.
If you want to beat the crowds, it is best to book your trip now. Here are the places you should visit before the rush.
The idea of long-distance running or heavy weights might be intimidating, but exercising does not need to feel like a chore. Here are some unique and fun workouts you can experience around Tokyo.
Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants was created in 2013 to celebrate the excellent eateries around the region and provide traveling gourmets with local insights. GoConnect found all the restaurants in the top 50 located in Japan, so check them out on your next night out.
With warmer temperatures and relaxed restrictions on socializing and eating out, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a breakfast or brunch with an international flair. Here’s our list of spots where you can do just that.
The Snow Corridor Festival held at the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is a beautiful spectacle that is unique to Japan and only available for viewing a few months out of the year. This year marks the 51st anniversary of its first clearing.
It’s easy to think that this event is just a fun way for office executives to blow off steam, but each fighter steps into the ring for something much more important.
Even though cherry blossom season has passed in the Tokyo area, an ideal way to take in colorful flowers standing out from beautiful backgrounds is at the Fuji Five Lakes area of Yamanashi Prefecture, where you can enjoy one of the biggest blooms of the year.
GoConnect is always looking for the next best restaurants, travel destinations, art, and culture around Japan. We can’t wait to keep discovering and sharing, so be sure to stay tuned to our social media and weekly newsletter.
For those who are new to Japan, earthquake protocol may not be high on your list of “things to remember.” These are some of the things you want to be sure to have stashed away, just in case.
Wayback Burgers has launched in Japan, aiming to introduce its classic American style while innovating in a new market. GoConnect takes a look at ways that the brand will challenge the formula of expansion for franchises in Asia.
It’s rare to be able to speak face to face with someone who stands at the top of their field. It may be even rarer to be able to sit down and have a conversation with an Olympian.
His first solo exhibition in Japan, Damien Hirst’s Cherry Blossom exhibition is on show until May 23, and perfectly coincides with the famous sakura season in Japan. Find out more here!
For those of you who are looking to add a little variety to your hanami celebrations, why not take a weekend trip to Fukuoka and enjoy the cherry blossoms away from home?
Read more about an exhibition featuring some of the original sketches, manuscripts and illustrations for the beloved Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series.
Over the past few years vinyl records have become more popular with younger music enthusiasts. Throughout Tokyo there are hundreds of vinyl record stores catering to the needs of analogue listeners, particularly in the neighborhoods of Shimokitazawa and Shibuya.
On February 1, we welcomed the Lunar New Year, also known as the new moon day. Due to national lockdowns, as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, last year—the Year of the Ox—was slow. However, the baton has been passed to the fast-moving and aggressive Year of the Tiger.
One trip that you can enjoy over a long weekend takes you from Tokyo’s city center to fascinating destinations in Fukushima and Tochigi prefectures, where you can learn about the time of the shoguns, try your hand at time-honored crafts and feast on delicious cuisine.
In Tokyo, it’s still possible to get top-rated cuisine at a reasonable price. Here are some affordable Michelin-Starred restaurants in the city that you should try.
The plum blossoms, known as ume no hana or just ume, are beautiful flowers that come in various shades of while, pink, and red. Here are the best places in Tokyo to view these first blooms of spring.
Banksy is one of the most well-known and controversial figures in the world of street art. His thought-provoking pieces have developed their own fan bases around the world. He has made a name for himself in the world of art—just not his real name.
Before the flowers start to blossom, take part in Setsubun. This year, the holiday—whose name literally means “seasonal division”—falls on Thursday, February 3. We take a look at the history and traditions of this venerable celebration.
This tradition, called hatsumode, is considered the most important visit of the year. You can protect yourself from bad spirits, give thanks for blessings in the last year, and figure out what kind of fortune to expect in the coming year.
The international film community has been fascinated with the history, culture, and visuals of Japan, leading to numerous movies being set here. Check out these famous movies that were actually filmed in Japan.
One area that’s rich for exploring in Japan is traditional crafts, many of which have been practiced for centuries or more. Here are a few to try in 2022.
In recent years, the diversity of cuisine available in Tokyo is increasing as rapidly as the number of restaurants. Among the most popular options recently is Mexican food, which has found its home all around the city.
To give you a little more insight into shogatsu, GoConnect has put together a short list of some traditional beliefs that have grown up around this major Japanese holiday.
This arrangement of small dishes is the most important meal of the year because each dish is said to bring a different benefit to you in the year to come. Here are the hidden meanings behind each dish.
Holidays, snow and Christmas cheer will be dominating December and January will be full of New Year celebrations. What better way to soak up the winter months than a quick trip to take part in some fun and adventurous winter sports?
If you have an idea for what you are looking for, you should have a relatively easy time finding gifts for any Christmas party gift exchanges or even Christmas Day.
Christmas markets are one of the most popular foreign traditions that Japan has adopted for the holidays. GoConnect visited this year’s Christmas Market in Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse event and this is how it went.
With all the noise around the year end, sometimes you need a break to enjoy the simple things. A trip to see a carefully crafted display of lights may just be the perfect downtime you need during this part of the year.
You may have seen headlines claiming that the quarantine period has been shortened or that restrictions have started to relax. While those things are true and travel abroad is beginning to look feasible again, here are some things to consider and remember if you plan on making a trip overseas.
Although email and social media have made the writing and sending of nengajo less frequent, it is always nice to send something with a personal touch, so the tradition of these new year cards is still going strong.
Although the Thanksgiving feast traditions are popular in the United States, celebrating the harvest and seasonal foods is common to Japan. Thanksgiving foods have made their way into Japan as well and here are six places in Tokyo where you can enjoy them.
There are various deals on limited express JR lines, but for select Shinkansen you can get up to 50% off on tickets. Here’s how to get started.
Find out more about this venerable performing art that combines music, narration and puppetry for an unforgettable experience, and learn about how you can see it for yourself with guidance in English.
Alone or with a team, the Yamathon challenges you to make your way to every Yamanote Line station, with all proceeds for the event going to charity.
For autumn, enjoying the beautiful colors of the leaves is something you should not miss. Here are places around Tokyo where you can see the best scenery of the season.
Expat Expo is finally back for 2021. The biggest expo for international residents in Tokyo has returned with a great lineup of performances, games, products, and services—all delivered in English.
Despite being a recent festivity added to the Japanese calendar, the people of Tokyo have made Halloween their own through products, events and activities that have also been influenced by Japanese culture.
Ikigai is the Japanese ideology that focuses on finding joy in life through purpose. Directly translated, iki means life and gai means value or worth. As author Mieko Kamiya said, “It’s what allows you to look forward to the future even if you are miserable right now.”
In the final installment in our three-part look at East Area of Tokyo Station (EATS) neighborhoods, we meet David Bedoya, an art and coffee aficionado who has set up a gallery in Higashi-nihonbashi.
Hibiya Cinema Festival is back this year to give Tokyo film fans unique ways to appreciate the movies. Whether you’re an international film enthusiast or are looking for something fun to do with your family, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The next time you are looking to take a long stroll through Tokyo, give Daikanyama a try. It’s a perfect blend of modernity and classic style—one of the massive city’s more relaxed areas.
As the weather starts to cool off, Japan enters the autumn season. While many people anticipate the more moderate temperatures and the beautiful colors of the leaves, this is the time of year when select fish, vegetables, and fruits are at their best.
When it opens in August 2022, Harrow Appi will offer a world-class education, backed by more than four centuries of excellence. We find out more about the outstanding aspects of this unique institution.
In this city, public art installations can be found both in plain sight and where you least expect them. They reinforce a sense of adventure and exploration, even for long-time Japan residents.
Vulcanize London is a Tokyo-based store that offers a variety of British brands, as well as services and workshops centered around British culture. They even host events, such as the British Market, which showcases some of the best of British food and drink.
GoConnect has put together some unique ways to enjoy your time off while remaining connected and productive. Whether you decide to get outdoors or stay closer to home, here are some ideas for how to spend your holidays.
GoConnect browsed TikTok to find good Japan-based content for our readers. The content varies from lifestyle, food and even real estate. It’s entertaining and useful!
Thinking about traveling overseas from Japan? A vaccine passport may come in handy. Here’s our guide for what you need to know about the document, from how to apply to what countries accept it.
In the second of our three-part series looking at East Area of Tokyo Station (EATS) neighborhoods, we meet an actor-turned-entrepreneur who hails from Tel Aviv.
Meet some key members of the RE/MAX Amistad team and find out more about their dedication to providing high-quality service in the real estate industry.
We learn more about the unique experience of assisting athletes from around the world during the sailing competition at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.
GoConnect took to the streets of Tokyo to find five great spots to enjoy kakigori (shaved ice)—a tasty way to escape the heat and enjoy the summer.
The grueling heat of the Japanese summer is upon us, so GoConnect has found some ways to help stay cool while out and about, helping you enjoy the summer months.
Find out how Axios combines excellent service, deep understanding of the real estate market, and a strong focus on helping its clients achieve impressive returns on their property investments.
Explore the intriguing East Area of Tokyo Station neighborhood and learn about a couple who have launched a café, restaurant, and coffee business there.
In the spirit of the upcoming holidays, we’ve put together a list of outdoor and sports-related activities and deals that you can take advantage of during the long weekend.
"Discover KABUKI" offers global audiences the chance to experience the fascinating world of kabuki and its illustrious 400-year history.
Noh is one of the world's oldest surviving performing arts. The Hibiya Festival 2021 invites both seasoned spectators and new fans alike to explore the art form and see an exclusive performance.
The Hibiya Festival 2021 “Online Talk Session” features performers in Tokyo and New York detailing the aims, difficulties, and possibilities of collaborating across different spaces and time zones.
GoConnect has lined up some of the best gyms in Tokyo with English-speaking trainers, so whether you’re looking to kickstart your fitness journey or switch up your current regimen, you’ll be sure to find a program that works for you.
A leading international school explains how it supports its students with a rich and diverse program of instruction. By emphasizing open mindedness and accountability, the school is preparing the next generation of global leaders.
Sakeist helps newcomers and experienced nihonshu fans alike enjoy this storied beverage. After decades of decline, the company is sparking renewed interest in Japan's national drink.
The Hibiya Festival has firmly established itself as one of Tokyo’s cultural stars since its 2018 debut. The medley of engaging performances on offer attract millions of participants and viewers to this spectacular showcase every year!
Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) Tokyo in Toranomon Hills Business Tower provides those who work there with a variety of benefits. From well-stocked communal kitchens to its own radio station, the co-working space has it all.
The Board Director Program was established to ensure that directors execute their roles with fiduciary responsibility to ensure the long-term sustainability of any given organization.
The very first Expat Expo public exhibition for Tokyo’s international residents was held last November. The event attracted more than 1,000 guests and nearly 30 companies from a variety of industries.
Argentum Wealth Management's directors spoke about ways to deal with your finances effectively—in any crisis. The team provides effective reviews in order to help you make informed decisions about your economic future.
In the United States, May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to combat the stigma of mental illness and raise awareness about mental health issues. GoConnect would like to provide some useful information about acknowledging stress in the workplace.
The In Japan TV video channel dedicated to all things Japan is partnering with Tokyo Metropolitan Government to bring you weekly updates in English.
As a place where time is transcended and hearts are linked, Ryomon provides family and friends with an elegant, yet modern space to pay respects to the dearly departed.
The New National Theatre, Tokyo (NNTT) is committed to showcasing their thrilling repertoire despite the state of emergency. Find out how to watch one of their highly anticipated ballet performances online.
This online event will help you learn some of the best practices for sustainable businesses and connect with other like-minded business owners
The Mori Art Museum is back to safely welcome visitors with a brand new exhibition titled Another Energy: Power to Continue Challenging - 16 Women Artists from around the World.
We would like to suggest some exciting activities that can help you make the most of May. And, in true GoConnect style, there’s an exclusive offer or discount for almost every activity we suggest.
Taiwan's most historic pastry shop has come to Tokyo—here are a few of their delicious items.
Find out how this full-service property management company can help you find an ideal real estate investment.
Art Liberation Zone EATS Nihonbashi is helping share the work of artists at a time when they most need to reach audiences.
First launched in 2018, the Hibiya Festival has quickly established itself as one of the bright spots in Tokyo’s cultural landscape.
Although this seaside Hyogo Prefecture town is under the radar of most travelers coming to Japan, it's the perfect destination for a one- or two-night stopover if you want to take a break from more crowded tourist areas.
We hope our introduction to some of the best English-language-friendly residential service agencies can make finding your new home a little bit easier.
Soul Food House has recently started a new “Buy a Bento, Share a Bento” campaign to reach out to the community, and to help you lend a hand to those in need.
From April 9 to 18, Halekulani Okinawa will be offering guests the chance to experience the charms of Halekulani in Waikiki, through musical and dance performances, delicious cuisine, and much more.
RE/MAX Amistad offers agents the chance to earn a great living in a flexible and supportive environment. Managing director Tsuyoshi Hikichi explains more about what makes the company stand out in Japan.
As we are carefully planning our post-pandemic travels, personal health and safety remain among our top priorities. Okinawa’s subtropical climate makes it an ideal place at any time of year.
Here is a short clip revealing dazzling winter snowscape of Japan’s northernmost prefecture. As you explore the wonders of Hokkaido on the screen with the star of the video, we think you’ll be inspired to make plans to see it for yourself.
Ando(&) is a minimalist pillar made of white marble that is designed to hold the ashes of up to three people or pets. Learn more about this forward-thinking approach to burial.
February has just begun, which means that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. If you’ve run out of creative ideas or if you haven’t even started brainstorming, these gift boxes are the perfect thing.
Established by the International Volunteer Group, a non-profit organization that runs events around Japan, Tokyo Yamathon is based on a simple concept: teams of three or four walk the loop of the Yamanote Line within 12 hours.
GoConnect has a great selection of schools that offer flexible schedules and courses for various levels. And they’re dedicated to helping you reach your Japanese learning goals.
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) has marked a new milestone—the appointment of a new dean, Matthew Wilson, JD. GoConnect recently had the chance to speak with him.
Kevin R. Manalo is a secondee to the Osaka office of Grant Thornton Japan. Here, he shares his experience working from home as an auditor.
On Thursday, November 26, GoConnect was invited to the unveiling of Takashi Murakami’s massive sculpture at Roppongi Hills.
One of our NPOs celebrated a recent milestone: they rebranded. GoConnect had the opportunity to talk with REI Executive Director Jane Best OBE about the concept behind the rebrand and their new goals.
Dave Enright, director and founder of Evergreen Outdoor Center in Hakuba, walks us through some of the most interesting things you can do there this winter and introduces us to the many packages they offer
GoConnect Members were able to enjoy a premium experience at this year's Hibiya Cinema Festival, including insightful Q&A sessions with the screened films' directors.
Honyaku Plus is a Tokyo-based translation and interpreting company. Here they take us through the process of having your baby’s birth certificate translated.
GoConnect was proud to make its debut at the Expat Expo Tokyo 2020— the first exhibition held for the city’s international community—and support a worthy NPO. Here’s our recap.
Come to visit us to pick up an eco-friendly GoConnect tote bag and a variety of attractive items, prizes, and giveaways from our Partners. And of course, don't miss the chance to chat with some of GoConnect's creators!
As we continue to innovate and deliver a more rewarding experience for our community, we decided that it is time the platform had a dedicated presence with its own unique brand identity.
SEGO Initiative organizes outdoor cleaning activities to raise awareness and appreciation for the environment. Fortunately, Covid-19 and its social distancing have not stopped them from organizing regular beach cleaning activities.
The Hult Prize TIU Organization Team invites many successful Tokyo-based entrepreneurs to conduct workshops or offer mentorship—the sessions will be broadcast live.
Go-Go Virtual Charity Run is the latest event hosted by Knights in White Lycra (KIWL). Your participation will go towards supporting YouMeWe, an NPO that aims to provide children at orphanages with the assistance they need to enter society by the age of 18.
As of October 1, trips to and from Tokyo are now covered by the Go To Travel program, which subsidizes up to 35% of travel costs. Here are some insights on how to best use the program, some of the best hotel deals, and much more.
The Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) is an annual seven-month comprehensive business training program. It includes a series of business-related workshops and culminates in writing a complete business plan for a real client.
The Hibiya Cinema Festival is back again this year, and Connect Members are eligible to receive a special VIP seat package to selected screenings.
Connect is one of the official media partners of Expat Expo Tokyo—the first-ever business-oriented public exhibition targeting the English-speaking community, being held at Tokyo World Gate on November 6–7.
Tokyo-based Custom Media has been named overall winner of the Best Corporate Social Responsibility category at the 2020 Best Business Awards, for its Connect initiative.
It’s an envelope-shaped cover that you can put your mask in whenever you need to take it off. Bun-Shin can customize the design to your company’s request.
To celebrate this milestone, we decided to make a special video that features inspirational quotes from our Partners and organizations we work with.
Learn more about a sculpture that's been installed in front of Tokyo Midtown Hibiya to bring hope and inspiration to those who pass by.
The Japan Business and Entrepreneurship Council (JBEC) creates opportunities for entrepreneurship and innovation for high school students. We’ve got the details about their latest event.
Sony Bank aims to offer its customers better and simpler banking using advanced technology—ahead of many traditional banks in Japan.
We had a quick interview with Morton’s Brand Manager Robert Tichit about their steak's unique cooking techniques, social distancing measures and newly opened bar.
Kyojin shop owner Alan Fisher saw a drop in sales at his physical location due to the lockdown and moved quickly to turn things around, from launching an online business to reopening once the time was right.
RE/MAX Amistad and IREA is a talented real estate team. In Japan TV features them in its latest video, offering a glimpse into the dynamic and energetic agency.
Metropolis is one of the top English magazines in Japan, and is known for its features on pop culture and advice about life in Tokyo. To continue publishing, its team is asking for help.
Wholesum founder Don Roxburgh talked about his products, his views on how interconnected food is with our lives, and key challenges the pandemic has brought with it.
Bass Handcrafted Sanitizers is committed to keeping hand sanitizers affordable and contributing to supplies by producing their own and donating.
YouMeWe provides children at orphanages with the support they need to enter society by the age of 18. They have recently started a donation campaign on Global Giving.
RIVERET crafts bamboo into eco-friendly tableware. Learn more about how their pieces come to life, from choosing the right type of material to the shaping and production process.
This video from In Japan TV features tips that can support your well-being and help you keep your composure when you are feeling down or stressed.
Connect introduces you to some of the best ways to enjoy Shimane Prefecture: a land of UNESCO-honored art, cuisine, and tradition.
Fukushima Prefecture is home to well-preserved historical sites and stunning natural vistas that will set your heart pounding.
Find out how digital signage equipped with a sanitizer dispenser can transform the way businesses communicate.
The MBA Tour bridges the gap between candidates and business schools by providing dedicated forums that bring them together.
AMT Group’s Chief Enthusiast Andrew Silberman shares his insights on how to make your online meetings better.
Although Covid-19 has made overseas travel an impossibility right now, there has never been a better time to travel domestically in Japan. If you plan to visit Kyoto, consider a stay at Machiya Momiji.
In Japan TV collaborated with Dale Carnegie Training Japan President Dr. Greg Story for a video featuring several ways to safely resume normal work routines.
Read this exclusive on how tourism businesses must act if they want to cater for a long-neglected market: LGBTQ+ travelers.
We hope that "Gratitude in Lockdown" will once again remind you that we are all in this together, so let's come together and stay Connected!
Lockdown leads to creativity for our Partner as they set up online virtual sake tastings that connect local sake breweries and sake lovers.
We’ve put together this short video that shows you what’s new on Connect, all based on YOUR input!
Our popular Food & Beverage Partner ASWOT is back in business with a new pop-up shop to serve their loyal customers, in person!
Discover on Connect how our Partner, Club 360 keeps the numbers in their fitness clubs lower than official recommendations—even during peak hours
Connect sat down to chat with Tokyo Sinfonia about their difficulties during lockdown, and preparation for the comeback concert in June.
Covid-19 has put a major damper on the tourism industry, but opportunities still remain. Here's a look at where the tourism industry stands, and what Japan’s hotels and travel agencies can do to prepare for a new, post-pandemic world.