The Japan Blog List

27 Jul

Do you love to read about the adventures of foreigners living in Japan? Or Japanese in Japan/America? Maybe you just love all things Japan or enjoy discovering new blogs in general. Then you should definitely visit They are constantly updating their list of Japan-related blogs (they currently have over 350!). I wish I had the time to visit each blog. Do you have a favorite Japan-related blog? If you are the author of a Japan-related blog, you should add yours to the list!

5 Responses to “The Japan Blog List”

  1. Asianmommy July 28, 2011 at 2:05 PM #

    Wow–that’s so cool. Thanks for sharing.

  2. aame July 28, 2011 at 7:47 PM #

    Hey Thanks for sharing this link…I had visited this site earlier but couldn’t know how to register my blog there 😦 Can u help me know 🙂

    • Hiragana Mama July 29, 2011 at 7:21 AM #

      You have to send them an email. I got the following from their site:

      How Do I Add My Blog to the List?

      Want to become a part of The Japan Blog List?

      STEP ONE: Copy and paste the sample form below…

      ====== Copy Here ==============

      Blog Name: The Japan Blog List
      Blog URL:
      CHOOSE ONE CATEGORY: Foreigner in Japan, Japanese living in Japan, Japan-Related, Japanese outside Japan…

      ====== Copy Here ==============

      STEP TWO: …then send an email to …and it will be added within 24-48 hours! It’s that easy!

  3. Nicolas October 8, 2011 at 9:35 AM #

    Thanks for sharing. There is another directory, which sorts the blogs by category.

    This can be an additional resource. Registration works through an easy registration form.

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