Whether you're trying to get rid of clutter or find a good bargain, the second-hand market in Japan is there for you! In this article, we'll introduce ways to buy, sell and donate pre-loved items, from Japanese online marketplaces to more community-based options.
Although Japan's public transport system is famous worldwide for its punctuality and cleanliness, there are still plenty of reasons to drive. Those living in the country will likely need a car for work, shopping, and general daily life. Not to mention, many holiday destinations are far more accessible if you can drive.
When imagining living in Japan, some images that might come to mind are densely populated cities and cramped apartments. This depends on the area and other factors, but Japanese housing does tend to be on the smaller side overall. However, small doesn't have to mean uncomfortable.
There'll probably come a time when you need to send something to, from, or within Japan, so let's take a look at how to send all kinds of packages!