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Inside the Japan Meteorological Agency


A look at side the Japan Meteorological Agency. This tour con sited of a lecture on the way information is translated at the agency along with the way they develop model guidance at the main office in Tokyo.
Special thanks to Gerry Bagtasa at weathermanila.com to setting up this event.
A good deal of information was learned but just to see all the Meteorological gadgets and toys they had to create the weather forecast in Japan and to be the RSMC for all of the Western Pacific was good enough.
There is a reason why we often say JMA is the official forecast. This video shows you how much personal and equipment they are using to create weather forecast.
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DON’T MOVE TO NORWAY! 11 REASONS Why You Should NEVER Move to and Live in Norway


You should never ever move to Norway. I have at least 11 reasons why you should think twice before you decide to live in Norway.
⏱⏱⏱ TIME CODES:
00:00 Welcome to Deserted Norway on Sunday every Sunday in Norway is like this
01:22 1️⃣ Learning Norwegian Language
02:35 2️⃣ Climate in Norway
04:50 3️⃣ Weather in Norway changes all the time
05:31 4️⃣ Outdoor Activities in Norway
06:35 5️⃣ You will have to WORK HARD
07:50 6️⃣ Norwegian food \u0026 Norwegian Ingredients
08:45 7️⃣ Norway is NOT a PARTY CULTURE
10:23 8️⃣ Smoking \u0026 Drinking in Norway
11:38 9️⃣ Missing your friends \u0026 family
12:20 🔟 Never complain in Norway (to the strangers on the bus)
13:17 1️⃣1️⃣ You will never become 100% Norwegian

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📍 1 Learning new language Norwegian is a rare language.
If you think about it, the population of Norway is 5 million 747 thousand people. And those people speak 3 official language of Norway:
Nynorsk
Bolmål
And Sami
So if you are not willing to study Norwegian and start learning it well in advance you better don’t move to Norway.
📍 2 Adjusting to the new climate
I’m getting this question a lot how can you handle winter in Norway?
My usual answer is I can handle it with no issues and with a great pleasure!
📍 3 You are weather dependant
Like you can’t work or you can’t create when the sun doesn’t shine.
That’s different. And you’ll have to change your attitude I’m afraid. As the weather in Norway might change 10 times a day especially autumn and spring time. And it’s gona be much shorter days winter time.
📍4 You don’t like outdoor activities.
In Norway people spend their time outdoors all year around.
Summer is ideal for hiking, winter is perfect for skiing and snowboarding.
The house is just a hub to pack your lunch and discuss your future outdoor adventures.
📍5 You will have to work hard. Much harder than you worked in your country of origin.
If in your own country you are native, in any new country you will be a guest for a long time. And you will need to invest into society first to be accepted there and win your own place there
📍 6 You will miss your local food and ingredients
In Norway you will have to learn how to cook from local ingredients. Norwegian ingredients are not bad at all! Check local supermarkets in Norway and find exactly what you like
📍 7 You will not party as you used to in Norway
I repeat it’s not a party culture!
Party in Norway is happening different way every Saturday or Sunday if you go hiking you’ll meet a lot of people doing the same.
That’s where Norwegian party and social life happening outdoors!
Also we are having dinners with friends here. But that dinner will be with much less alcohol compare to some other European countries and most probably by 10pm everyone will go back home.
📍8 You are smoking
It’s bad anywhere in the world but in Norway it’s also insanely expensive.
Let’s have a look at maths:
1 pack of Marlboro red is NOK = US Dollars
If you smoke even a half pack a day, 1 year of smoking in Norway will cost you about €2 555
📍9 You will miss your family and friends
That’s 100% and you cannot do much about it. But remember, this is your choice to change the country so you are the only to be responsible for your decision.
Advice here: regular visits both sides combined with modern technology face time, teams.
I know it’s not the same but it’s a part of the process and you have to be prepared for it.
📍10 If you like complaining to strangers especially on the bus, if you like judging people and always know best how they should behave and what they should wear, if you can’t deal with your curiosity and keep asking everyone around why they don’t have kids yet or when they are planning to get married and it seems it too late anyway you better don’t come to Norway.
📍 11 You will never be Norwegian. Let me put it this way: you will never adjust yourself 100%. You’ll always have an accent if you are moving the countries at the age of 20 and above 99% you’ll have an accent.
It’s not your nationality what makes you special, it’s your own actions.
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Best Time To Travel To Japan \u0026 Dates To Avoid | 日本の四季 internationallyME


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Here is a video about the weather and climate in Japan, when to travel there and some dates to avoid. Also, some suggestions about what you can do while you are travelling Japan!
It was my first time doing a stop motion video and after hundreds of photos later I finally finished making and editing it 🙂 Took a long time but I really do hope you guys enjoy it!
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Tokyo Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


Tokyo – the capital of Japan and the epitome of the word “megacity.” Our travel guide to Tokyo will help you plan an unforgettable stay in the city.
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In this vast metropolis, ancient traditions blend with futuristic buildings, and your Tokyo sightseeing will showcase each and all. Visit the temples, splash out in the shopping districts and dine in style.
A vacation in Tokyo means joining the 35 million people that live here, many of which you’ll meet as you tour its many neighborhoods.
Explore Asakusa, a temple district nestled in leafy trees with skyscrapers towering in the background. There you’ll visit Nakamisi Dori, a street loaded with food vendors and religious charms. Get to know the Harajuku district, home to cuttingedge fashion, a thriving, youthcentered culture, and the famous Yoyogi Park. The park stands out in stern contrast to the rest of the neighborhood; this sprawling, 134acre green space is where locals slow down after a frenzied week of work and play.

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0:00 Tokyo
1:52 Asakusa
2:00 Sensoji
2:28 Nakamise Dori
2:43 Ueno park
2:48 Tokyo National Museum
2:59 Harajuku
3:20 Yoyogi Park
3:47 Meiji Shrine
4:28 Shibuya
4:45 Ginza
5:08 Yurakucho Station
5:23 Marunouchi
5:39 Akihabara Electric Town
6:10 Shinjuku
6:34 Shinjuku Gyoen National Gardens
7:26 Tsukiji Fish Markets
7:37 Tokyo Tower
8:12 Yokohama
8:40 Narita
8:58 Naritasan Temple

Tokyo Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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