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The latest news from Oh My Japan's development team

Posted by Patrick K on August 4, 2016

As of today, Oh My Japan can now be used to search for a native Japanese tour guide in Japan.

Hundreds of tour guides, including both professionals and volunteers, have registered to help make your trip to Japan extra special.

You can also search for Couchsurfing and AirBNB hosts.

And if you want, you can even register to be a tour guide yourself! Japanese people who visit your hometown will appreciate your hospitality.

Posted by Patrick K on July 7, 2016

On July 7, 2012, Oh My Japan was opened to the public. We chose the date of Tanabata because of its significance as a Japanese holiday about the connections between people (Wikipedia entry on Tanabata).

We grew from one member to more than 30,000 in just 4 years, and OMJ members have exchanged more than a quarter million messages.

Posted by Patrick K on June 19, 2016
Oh My Japan is almost four years old. In that time, we have helped tens of thousands of people make lasting relationships-- friendship, romance, language exchange, and more. Our members have told us many stories about how much help the OMJ website has been to them. Today, we’d like to share some of those stories with all who are thinking about joining Oh My Japan. Member reviews Have you had a great experience on Oh My Japan? Share your story!
Posted by Patrick K on March 26, 2016

We are hard at work on a new design for Oh My Japan, and you can help us by telling us what you think of our current design.

You can share your opinions with us as follows.

  1. Log in to Oh My Japan.
  2. Go to the search page (“Find members”).
  3. Click the link at the top of the page to complete the survey.

It will take approximately 5 minutes to complete the survey.

We appreciate your feedback!

Posted by Patrick K on March 19, 2016
Starting today, the "Remember me" option will automatically be turned on at login for all members. (Because it is automatic, this option can no longer be selected.) This was done to make it more convenient for members who log in from their phones and other personal devices. If you log in to Oh My Japan from a public computer or a device that you share with others, please remember to log out when you are finished using the site.
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