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  • Sending Money within Japan
    admin
    Online shopping and online transactions have become very common in Japan. The norm for most online stores is pay first before the item gets delivered, or you can opt for Cash on Delivery if the store offers it. Because Japanese are so honest, online japanese shoppers are open to paying for the item first before it gets delivered.

    Here are some of the common ways of sending money within Japan.

    Bank Transfer or Furikomi - Cost: Service charges ranging from 0 yen to 500 yen. - Yucho Gingko (Postal account): offers free atm bank transfer to another yucho gingko account. - Shinsei Bank gives you free bank transfer allowance per month. - Advantage: Safe and easy. - Disadvantage: Some atm does not offer Enlis...
    07/04/2011, 10:32 AM
  • Cheapest way to Ship Items within Japan
    admin
    You can save money depending on the size, weight, and content of the items you want to ship.
    Please read the following to know the best options in shipping items.

    Book Rate
    - Use for: books, magazines, cds, dvds, videos up to 3kg. Maximum H+W+D limit: 1.7 m
    - How to send: Bring your package to the post office, tell them you want to send by yumail and show to the staff the contents of the package.
    - Possible to send as chakubarai (receiver pays shipping fee when receiving items). Cost is additional 20 yen.
    - More information:http://www.post.japanpost.jp/service...ail/index.html(Japanese)

    The flat rates for anywhere in Japan are:
    up to 150 grams: 180 yen
    up to 250 grams: 210 yen
    up to 500 grams: 290 yen
    up to 1 kg: 340 yen
    up to 2 kg: 450 yen
    up to 3 kg: 590 yen

    Letter Pack 350/500 - Use for: anything that will ...
    06/29/2011, 10:33 AM
  • What to do when you forgot your password.
    admin
    Please visit the following page and enter your email address.
    You must enter the email address you used to register in Silangan Pilipino

    http://www.silanganpilipino.com/login.php?do=lostpw

    If you need further assistance, please contact us through here.
    04/28/2011, 11:56 AM
  • Pagrenta ng apartment o bahay sa Japan
    admin
    Sa pagpili ng tirahan, karaniwang nilalapitan ng karamihan ang ahente ng real estate upang makakuha ng impormasyon sa lugar na maaring tirahan. Sa pagsagawa ng isang kontrata, may mga pamamaraan na dapat sundin, gaya ng pagkakaroon ng isang guarantor o di kaya'y pagbayad ng nararapat na fee bukod sa renta ng bahay. Mahalaga na suriing mabuti ang kontrata.

    Detalye ukol sa mga bahay at apartment na pinaparentahan: 1) Uri ng pabahay o housing: rental house, apartment, mansion (condominium), lodging, at iba pa. 2) Ayos ng kuwarto: ang kombinasyon ng dami ng kuwarto at alphabet, tulad ng L (Living room), D(Di...
    04/15/2011, 03:04 PM
  • Mga salitang ginagamit sa pagamutan
    orangedays
    Hapon - Romaji - Tagalog はら - Hara - Tiyan あしくび - Ashikubi - Ankle o bukung-bukong うで - Ude - Braso せなか - Senaka - Likod ほね - Hone - Buto おしり - Oshiri - Puwit o puwitan ふくらはぎ - Fukurahagi - Binti むね - Mune - Dibdib みみ - Mimi - Tainga ひじ - Hiji - Siko め - Me - Mata かお - Kao - Mukha ゆび - Yubi - Daliri あし - Ashi - Paa ぜんわん - Zenwan - Bisig ひたい - Hitai - Noo かみ - Kami - Buhok て - Te - Kamay あたま - Atama - Ulo しんぞう - Shinzo - Puso こし - Koshi - Balakang ちょう - Cho - Bituka あご - Ago - Panga かんせつ - Kansetsu - Kasukasuan ひざ - Hiza - Tuhod くちびる - Kuchibiru - Labi はい - ai - Baga くるぶし - Kurubushi - Ankle (bukung-bukong) くち - Kuchi - Bibig きんにく - Kinniku - Kalamnan o laman くびすじ - Kubisuji - Batok くび - Kubi - Leeg はな - Hana - Ilong かた - Kata - Balikat ひふ - Hifu - Balat い - I - Tiyan ふともも - Futomomo - Hita o pigi のど - Nodo - Lalamunan どう - Do - Baywang てくび - Tekubi - Pusuhan ぼんやりする - Bonyari suru - Matulig けいれん - Keiren - Kombulsiyon ふかいかん - Fukaikan - Balisa o hirap めまい - Memai - Pagkahilo にぶいいたみ - Nibui itai - Hindi matinding pananakit うつ - Utsu - Depression ひろう - Hiro - Pagkahapo しっしん - Shisshin - Himatayin さむけがする - Samuke ga suru - Giniginaw かおいろがわるい - Kaoiro ga warui - Namumutla an...
    04/15/2011, 02:49 PM
  • 5 Quick Beauty Fixes
    AAA
    5 Quick Beauty Fixes
    (Using Products You Already Own)

    From "Beauty" Magazine


    Shampoo as makeup remover:
    It' s not ideal, but this will do until you can make it to your beauty supply to pick up makeup remover. Baby shampoo with water will help remove thick layers of makeup from your face, and it won't irritate your eyes.

    Conditioner as shaving cream: You may have forgotten to put shaving cream on your shopping list, but no worries. You probably have conditioner, which will do the job for now. It's moisturizing ingredients should help the razor glide over ...
    04/13/2011, 09:04 AM
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  • Sending Money within Japan

    Sending Money within Japan

    Online shopping and online transactions have become very common in Japan. The norm for most online stores is pay first before the item gets delivered, or you can opt for Cash on Delivery if the store offers it. Because Japanese are so honest, online japanese shoppers are open to paying for the item first before it gets delivered.

    Here are some of the common ways of sending money within Japan.

    Bank Transfer or Furikomi - Cost: Service charges ranging from 0 yen to 500 yen. - Yucho Gingko (Postal account): offers free atm bank transfer to another yucho gingko account. - Shinsei Bank gives you free bank transfer allowance per month. - Advantage: Safe and easy. - Disadvantage: Some atm does not offer Enlis...
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  • Cheapest way to Ship Items within Japan

    Cheapest way to Ship Items within Japan

    You can save money depending on the size, weight, and content of the items you want to ship.
    Please read the following to know the best options in shipping items.

    Book Rate
    - Use for: books, magazines, cds, dvds, videos up to 3kg. Maximum H+W+D limit: 1.7 m
    - How to send: Bring your package to the post office, tell them you want to send by yumail and show to the staff the contents of the package.
    - Possible to send as chakubarai (receiver pays shipping fee when receiving items). Cost is additional 20 yen.
    - More information:http://www.post.japanpost.jp/service...ail/index.html(Japanese)

    The flat rates for anywhere in Japan are:
    up to 150 grams: 180 yen
    up to 250 grams: 210 yen
    up to 500 grams: 290 yen
    up to 1 kg: 340 yen
    up to 2 kg: 450 yen
    up to 3 kg: 590 yen

    Letter Pack 350/500 - Use for: anything that will ...
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  • What to do when you forgot your password.

    What to do when you forgot your password.

    Please visit the following page and enter your email address.
    You must enter the email address you used to register in Silangan Pilipino

    http://www.silanganpilipino.com/login.php?do=lostpw

    If you need further assistance, please contact us through here.
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  • Pagrenta ng apartment o bahay sa Japan

    Pagrenta ng apartment o bahay sa Japan

    Sa pagpili ng tirahan, karaniwang nilalapitan ng karamihan ang ahente ng real estate upang makakuha ng impormasyon sa lugar na maaring tirahan. Sa pagsagawa ng isang kontrata, may mga pamamaraan na dapat sundin, gaya ng pagkakaroon ng isang guarantor o di kaya'y pagbayad ng nararapat na fee bukod sa renta ng bahay. Mahalaga na suriing mabuti ang kontrata.

    Detalye ukol sa mga bahay at apartment na pinaparentahan: 1) Uri ng pabahay o housing: rental house, apartment, mansion (condominium), lodging, at iba pa. 2) Ayos ng kuwarto: ang kombinasyon ng dami ng kuwarto at alphabet, tulad ng L (Living room), D(Di...
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  • Mga salitang ginagamit sa pagamutan

    Mga salitang ginagamit sa pagamutan

    Hapon - Romaji - Tagalog はら - Hara - Tiyan あしくび - Ashikubi - Ankle o bukung-bukong うで - Ude - Braso せなか - Senaka - Likod ほね - Hone - Buto おしり - Oshiri - Puwit o puwitan ふくらはぎ - Fukurahagi - Binti むね - Mune - Dibdib みみ - Mimi - Tainga ひじ - Hiji - Siko め - Me - Mata かお - Kao - Mukha ゆび - Yubi - Daliri あし - Ashi - Paa ぜんわん - Zenwan - Bisig ひたい - Hitai - Noo かみ - Kami - Buhok て - Te - Kamay あたま - Atama - Ulo しんぞう - Shinzo - Puso こし - Koshi - Balakang ちょう - Cho - Bituka あご - Ago - Panga かんせつ - Kansetsu - Kasukasuan ひざ - Hiza - Tuhod くちびる - Kuchibiru - Labi はい - ai - Baga くるぶし - Kurubushi - Ankle (bukung-bukong) くち - Kuchi - Bibig きんにく - Kinniku - Kalamnan o laman くびすじ - Kubisuji - Batok くび - Kubi - Leeg はな - Hana - Ilong かた - Kata - Balikat ひふ - Hifu - Balat い - I - Tiyan ふともも - Futomomo - Hita o pigi のど - Nodo - Lalamunan どう - Do - Baywang てくび - Tekubi - Pusuhan ぼんやりする - Bonyari suru - Matulig けいれん - Keiren - Kombulsiyon ふかいかん - Fukaikan - Balisa o hirap めまい - Memai - Pagkahilo にぶいいたみ - Nibui itai - Hindi matinding pananakit うつ - Utsu - Depression ひろう - Hiro - Pagkahapo しっしん - Shisshin - Himatayin さむけがする - Samuke ga suru - Giniginaw かおいろがわるい - Kaoiro ga warui - Namumutla an...
    See more | Go to post

  • 5 Quick Beauty Fixes

    5 Quick Beauty Fixes

    5 Quick Beauty Fixes
    (Using Products You Already Own)

    From "Beauty" Magazine


    Shampoo as makeup remover:
    It' s not ideal, but this will do until you can make it to your beauty supply to pick up makeup remover. Baby shampoo with water will help remove thick layers of makeup from your face, and it won't irritate your eyes.

    Conditioner as shaving cream: You may have forgotten to put shaving cream on your shopping list, but no worries. You probably have conditioner, which will do the job for now. It's moisturizing ingredients should help the razor glide over ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Spring Pollen Allergy Sickness /"Kafunsho"

    Spring Pollen Allergy Sickness /"Kafunsho"

    Spring is the time of year that we normally think of when it comes to seasonal allergies. As the trees start to bloom and the pollen gets airborne,allergy sufferers begin their annual ritual of sniffling and sneezing.The biggest spring allergy trigger is pollen--tiny grains released into the air by trees, grasses, and weeds for the purpose of fertilizing other plants. When pollen grains get into the nose of someone who's allergic, they send the immune system into overdrive.The immune system, mistakenly seeing the pollen as foreign invaders, releases *antibodies (substances that normally identify and attack bacteria, viruses, and other...
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