You just got your new orders and now it’s time to pack your belongings and PCS. Even though you may be leaving Japan, you might want to learn the phrases below to help you better communicate with the Japanese moving company. Here’s hoping for a smooth move.
The 19th edition of the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command's Surface Warrior Spotlight shines brightly on the land of the rising sun and Osamu Ogawa, a Japanese local national serving as a marine terminal superintendent with the 599th Transportation Brigade's 836th Transportation Battalion in Yokohama, Japan.
Summer in Japan gets scorching and steamy. Mid-summer Temperatures often reach 95 F or higher depending on the region. Along with beer, watermelon and soomen (cold udon noodle), kakigoori (shaved ice) is a popular cold food that cools us down during summer.
If you are new to Japan, you might not be aware that culinary wonderlands are spread under the majestic façades of department stores.
Simply go to the entrance of most any local department store and take the escalator or elevator down to discover an incredible foodie heaven.
Locale, a 10-minutes walk from Sagamihara Housing Area, is popular among locals thanks to the highly-reputable chef Toshiharu Nakamura, who has used his training to create a unique take on Italian food.
It’s necessary to give yourself some alone time to unwind and go over the day and what better way than with a tasty meal. This is especially important in Tokyo, the best place for solo dining in the world.
A tasty and traditional dish of Japan awaits just a quick 10-minute bus ride from Hardy Barracks. If you find yourself in the area, or possibly staying overnight, Udon SAKAIDE is the perfect place to experience a great-tasting version of the Japanese udon noodles.