This category contains content specifically tailored for the Japanese community in Jamaica. You can find information on Japanese cultural events, language schools, restaurants, businesses, and community groups. It's an essential resource for anyone looking to connect with the vibrant Japanese community in Jamaica.
Living in Japan and Jamaica can offer two vastly different cultural experiences. From language to food to social norms, both countries have unique and rich cultural heritages that have shaped their respective societies. Here, we'll explore some of the key cultural differences between these two countries.
My japanese friend is here in Jamaica for a three month visit but would to stay and live for possibly a few years,but upon entering there was not ideas of what to do., Immigration give a time to stay up the three months so he has to go back to Japan and return, maybe there are a few ways he could get a visa to stay as long as he wants.we are looking for options,even we know he has to go but do you have any ideas of communicating with the Government to set up a business so he can have something like an exemption so he does have to leave? We are looking at business ideas , marriage and even real estate but the time seems very short to.go around not having to flay and forth.. do you have a way or any ideas of what is possible NOW?
Looking for a taste of Japan? We have the listed the best Japanese restaurants in Kingston, Jamaica. Dive into popular Japanese foods such as sushi and onigiri rice balls. Find original handmade ramen noodles in Kingston that will have your tastebuds raving. Looking from some Sashimi in Jamaica? These Japanese restaurants have you covered. Japan is known for a many things— from cutting-edge technology, manga, beautiful landscapes, a long history reflected in the temples, to shrines and castles—but one thing that stands out is it’s diverse and “umai”—delicious— food. The Japanese diet contains many of the points that make a healthy diet. It relies less on red meat than a typical Western diet, and focuses on more pescatarian and vegetable based food. It contains fermented foods that are benficial for digestive health, through vegetables like pickles such as Nukazuke.