Living Guide in Tokyo / RISE Corp.

To make yourself comfortable to live in Tokyo and Yokohama.

Living in Tokyo

On-street parking in Tokyo – How to use and the regulations | Living in Tokyo

How to use paid street parking spaces in Tokyo, and what to know for legal parking there.
Living in Tokyo

How to use an hourly parking lot | Living in Tokyo information

Hourly parking lots available in the Tokyo area - types of facilities and the services to use.
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Quake-proof capability of housing in Japan

All about earthquake-resistant measures required for houses and apartments in Japan, from quake-proof/quake-absorbing structures to earthquake preparedness.
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Japanese systems of measurement | Living in Tokyo

Japan uses the metric system and some other traditional units of measurement in everyday life.
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Is a hanko no longer needed? – All about Hanko stamps and Inkan seals

Inkan and Hanko are equivalent to signatures in Japan. Here are all about those items that are still required amid the digital transformation.
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Tsuyu, the rainy season in Japan | Living in Japan

The rainy season in Tokyo is around from early June to 20 of July. Here you find about the season and how to cope with high humidity.
Living in Tokyo

Preparing for disasters – Typhoons and Heavy Rain | Living in Tokyo

The season that typhoons occur and approach Japan can be between June and October (through a rainy season to the end of the autumn.) For disaster prevention on storms, here are some tips for preparation and evacuation.
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Wild crows (Karasu) inhabiting the city | Living in Tokyo Information

In the breeding season between late March and early July, Japanese crows are so nervous around humans, sometimes have aggressive behaviours such as attacking people and digging garbage.
Living in Tokyo

Riding electrically power-assisted bicycles (e-bikes) in central Tokyo

Things to know about riding an electrically power-assisted bicycle (e-bikes) in Tokyo, the traffic rules, and how to make use of it.
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Opening a Bank Account

For foreign nationals to open bank accounts in Japan, they are required to be residents in accordance with foreign exchange and foreign trade law.