Tsukiji Fish Market Tuna Auction: Worth it to wake up at 3:45am? | Texan in Tokyo

Yesterday I went to the infamous Tsukiji Fish Market Tuna Auction. For those of you who have read basically any guide book about Tokyo, you know that the Tsukiji Fish Market Tuna Auction appears in…

When your beloved half does not speak your language well... #languagebarrier #seriousthingsgetsilly

When your beloved half does not speak your language well.

About the author Grace Buchele Mineta is an author, blogger, freelance writer and YouTuber from Texas, who now resides in Tokyo with her Japanese husband. We first came across Grace (Texan in Tokyo), the author of “My Japanese Husband STILL Thinks I’m Crazy”, and her husband Ryosuke through our love for all things Japanese. In this particular case our first encounter with Texan in Tokyo was their YouTube channel. We stumbled upon the channel after hearing other J-vloggers (Japanese ...

The book is a collection of comic strip shorts about her and her husband's life on a day to day basis and text snippets about Japanese culture and life.

How to Survive the “Last Train” in Japan | Texan in Tokyo

How to Survive the “Last Train” in Japan

Confessions of a Texan in Tokyo (Texan & Tokyo)

Confessions of a Texan in Tokyo (Texan & Tokyo)

Confessions of a Texan in Tokyo (Texan & Tokyo Book by Grace Buchele Mineta

Texan in Tokyo blog.

Personal musings, comics, and how-to guides from a Texan girl married to a Japanese businessman, living in Tokyo.

Moominvalley: Saitama’s redeeming factor (A Moomin Themed Park – あけばの子供の森公園) | Texan in Tokyo

Moominvalley: Saitama’s redeeming factor (A Moomin Themed Park – あけばの子供の森公園) | Texan in Tokyo

How to use a Japanese Coin Laundry (place) | Texan in Tokyo

How to use a Japanese Coin Laundry (place) | Texan in Tokyo

7 Things you Should know before you Study Abroad in Japan

Are you thinking about studying abroad in Japan? You will have a fantastic time in Japan.

How to survive the last train in Tokyo

Last month, I wrote about the five horrible things that foreigners need to stop doing on trains in Japan. It involved things like talking on the phone, accidentally sitting in the priority seating …

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