Webinar: Contemporary European Migrants in Japan

This online seminar focuses on different aspects of contemporary European migration to Japan. Despite being still a largely overlooked pattern of the so-called new-comer migration to Japan, the number of Europeans living in Japan has increased more than three times since early 1990s and involves various migration patterns and flows (Debnar 2016). This event represents […]


Ksenia Golovina  (Associate Professor, Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University) Initially trained in Japanese Studies, Ksenia Golovina received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Tokyo in 2012. The fieldwork-based findings were published as a monograph under the title “Russian Women in Japan: Migration, Marriage, and Life Crafting” (Akashi Shoten, in Japanese) in 2017. Ksenia […]