Here's this month's selection of recently started blogs that have been submitted to the Japan Blog List

JapanEtc is a new blog started this month by Jasmin about the cool stuff in Japan.

Russian Senorita is written by a belly dancer teaching English in Southern Japan. She's documenting her life abroad.

Learn Japanese Adventure A blog on learning Japanese.

One Japanese Tetsuya Hatano's Blog
"One Japanese, one opinion. Nothing more, nothing less" is his tagline.

Goods Of Japan Jun started his blog this month because he wants to introduce Japanese cultures, customs, sights and goods for foreigners interested in Japan.

The Daily Paris from Paris Nakajima- Farran
A Japanese/Canadian writing about football, life and experiences. In Japanese and English.

Getting to Japan A Wanna be exchange student's blog.

Hello from Japan only 4 posts so far from Sakai-san.

Soulful Japan Describes itself as "focused on Japan as it has useful information about living and working in Japan, learning Japanese and etc. It also includes information about other Asian countries as well." But includes a featured post of Argentina and a section on the Caribbean! A professional looking blog, it seems to feature travel related posts from all over the world.

These blogs that have been running for a while and have been added to the list this month.

Hiragana Mama A bilingual mom trying to teach her kids Japanese while living in the United States.

Sigma 1 Intelligent political commentary on Japan from Corey in NZ.

Etceterata "Once a blog about art, but now more open to any social topic. Updated mostly when I feel like it." is how Owen describes his blog.

Gwynnie's Adventure Japan A welsh girl teaching English in Hamamatsu. She's been in Japan over a year and got a good collection of links to EFL teaching resources.

Whoa... I'm in Japan interesting stuff from Amanda in Tokyo, also teaching English.

Tales from East A variety of topics on Japanese subjects.

Tokyo Penguin from Matt in Seoul. He's a freelance journalist blogging about Tokyo and traveling in Japan and other countries.

Anime Maniacs from Julian in Melbourne. Over 8,000 followers on Facebook.

It's not just Mud Jamie quit his job to volunteer in Tohoku. Stories of the work he's doing.

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