Go! Go! Nihon blog

Author: Jordyn Wolff

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The digital nomad visa in Japan is a six-month “specified activities” visa where foreign nationals can work remotely from anywhere in the country without the need to be hired by a company in Japan. The...
Life in Japan
Being LGBTQ in Japan comes with unique challenges and experiences. Stan Fukase, a prominent figure in the queer community, shares his personal journey and insights about navigating life in Japan as a gay person. This...
Life in Japan
While the cherry blossoms are a spectacular sight to see in spring, summer also has a surprise up its sleeve with Japan’s rainy season. Early June to mid-July is the perfect time to see an...
News
As of spring 2023, the Japanese government has introduced two new visa programs for foreign nationals, the Future Creation Individual (J-Find) and Highly Skilled Professional (J-Skip) visas. Both J-Find and J-Skip visas are work-related visas...
Life in Japan
Living in Tokyo and studying abroad can be one of the most exciting times of your life, but learning a new language, navigating a large city, and being away from home can sometimes feel isolating....
Japanese Culture
Kabuki is one of the great performing arts, with a long, rich history and origin that dates back over 400 years. Throughout history, kabuki in Japan has gone through a lot of transitions and reforms....
Japanese Culture
Having the opportunity to work full-time in Japan is truly a dream come true for some. It offers a glimpse into a dynamic and intricate work culture. From punctuality and team collaboration to professionalism and...
Life in Japan
A lot of magic happens during the spring in Japan, think cherry blossoms in full bloom and a fresh start to the school year in April – that is the kind of backdrop we’re talking...
How to
If you’ve dreamed of living and studying in Japan for a year in 2024 but are unsure of where to begin, worry not! We have put together all the essential information needed to guide you...
Learn Japanese
Embark on a new and unique language adventure by learning Japanese slang with Go! Go! Nihon! In the past, we’ve teamed up with renowned language institutions to bring you the best online Japanese courses from...
How to
If you are a part of the United States (U.S.) military, you might know all about the benefits the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers. These include educational benefits to veterans, active duty service members,...
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Who we are

Go! Go! Nihon Live and Study in Japan!

In 2009, after meeting and studying at a Japanese language school together, Davide and John start working on a project that will make the process of living and studying in Japan much easier. The idea for Go! Go! Nihon is born. The service and website is launched with Italian, Swedish, and English language support. There is an immediate positive reception to the service and the first long-term students start the October session that year.