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January 2, 2019
Having difficulty getting information about Japan? Here is a solution!

Our team of Helping Dragon(HD) really wants to make Japan an easier place to visit and live for people from overseas. So we have created a page where you could schedule a video call with us. The video call could be any inquiry regarding Japan. We will have this service free of charge, as it […]

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October 18, 2019
10 things you should know before coming to Japan

As the 2020 Tokyo Olympics draw closer, many people are probably planning a fun trip to Tokyo. However, Japan may be more difficult to travel than you might first think. Even Japanese people like us have trouble getting around the crowded, complicated, and vast city of Tokyo! According to research carried out by the Japan […]

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October 25, 2019
The Best tip when traveling Japan: make full use of the "konbini" convenience stores

There are more than 55,000 convenience stores in Japan. Japanese convenience store companies like 7-Eleven, FamilyMart, and Lawson, have worked hard to develop their products and services, earning a reputation for one of the highest quality convenience store products and widest range of services available in the world.  They have also recently been developing more […]

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November 1, 2019
4 free tools to help you get around Tokyo more easily

Hello again! In this article we’ll be introducing you to free tools that help you get around Tokyo. If you know which apps will help you to use free Wi-Fi spots effectively, or show you where you can charge your phone or tablet, then those will make traveling this city much easier. Everything is free! […]

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November 8, 2019
Interview contents starting from 2020!!

Everybody has their stories. What would it be and why are they doing what they do today. We will be bringing you to the hot destination spots in Japan in collaboration with various specialists from Japan to give you more unique options when you are here.

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November 15, 2019
Useful knowledge: Avoiding the crowds on public transport

Tokyo’s trains are famous all over the world for how full they are. During rush hour, it’s not uncommon to see station attendants pushing the passengers spilling out of the carriage back through the doors and for commuters to be packed together like sardines. Now, what if you had to lug a huge bag on […]

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November 22, 2019
Introduction to the Founder of Helping Dragon: PJ

We care about Everybody’s why On helpingdragon.com we will be sharing with you everybody’s why.  Not only of the people we interview but our team members as well. We hope that this will encourage you to come and find out how we think and how we live our lives ^ ^ First one up will […]

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November 29, 2019
Four types of stores you should know how to use in Japan

There are lots of useful little stores in Japan, but did you know that Japanese people use them all for different purposes? How do we Japanese use the multitude of stores in our country? Today, we’ll be looking at the uses for the drugstores, 100 yen stores, and 300 yen stores, that are so essential […]

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December 6, 2019
Tips on how to protect yourself against disasters in Japan

Japan has experienced many disasters, including earthquakes, typhoons, and heavy rains in recent years, so the chances of international visitors encountering one of these events are relatively high. If you had never experienced these kinds of disasters in your home country and then happened to be affected by one when you come to Japan, it’s […]

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December 13, 2019
Traveling Tokyo with babies and small children

When you’re traveling with babies and small children you naturally end up carrying a lot more stuff and moving around becomes a worry. What’s more, Tokyo is always crowded and few people are willing to give up their bus or train seat for you. It’s not the best place for kids... I have two children […]

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