Selected Twitter sites from Japan


MulboyneThe Mulboyne Twitter will keep you up-to-date on some of the more interesting things going on in Japan. Entertaining as well as educational I highly recommend it if you are interesting in keeping up on some of the topics Japanese and expatriates are talking about in Japan.

The Japan Times

The Japan TimesThe Japan Times is a popular English language newspaper published in Japan. It has a long history dating from 1897 when it was founded by Motosada Zumoto. Although independent of government control, the paper's editors experience mounting pressure from the Japanese government to submit to its policies. (wikipedia)

Japan Today

Japan TodayThe Japan News is the English-language sister publication of Japan's largest daily newspaper, The Yomiuri Shimbun. The Yomiuri Shimbun is a conservative Japanese newspaper. Founded in 1874 the Yomiuri Shimbun is credited with having the largest newspaper circulation the world as of 2019 with a morning circulation of 7.7 million as of June 2020. (wikipedia)

Metropolis Magazine

Metropolis MagazineThis twitter account is run by the free magazine Metropolis which is a 32-to-48 page free monthly city guide, news and classified ads glossy magazine published by Japan Partnership Inc. It targets the English-speaking community in Tokyo. It was first published in 1994. Originally owned and operated by Mark and Mary Devin, it is now owned by Japan Partnership Holdings and has become a quarterly magazine. (wikipedia)

Japan Eats

Japan EatsThis twitter site specializes in Japanese food. Begun in March 2009 it has 111,000 followers.
Take a look at its Media page which is filled with a lot of photos of delicious Japanese cuisine!

Time Out Tokyo

Time Out TokyoTime Out Tokyo is a by-product of which features similar twitter accounts and information for various large cities around the world.
It provides some interesting information concerning a checklist of what you need for re-entering Japan from overseas along with other latest news and information.

Tokyo Weekender

Tokyo WeekenderTokyo Weekender is published monthly and is distributed in embassies, luxury hotels, shops, stations and airports.
The Weekender is a lifestyle magazine featuring upcoming events, opinion, Japanese news, interviews, society, travel, product reviews, restaurant and bar reviews, community news and announcements and a section featuring reprints of vintage articles. (wikipedia)