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Osaka submitted 4 days ago by ttlens. It was only classified ads and was printed on A4 paper and folded in half to make a booklet. Where to find Kansai Scene? I just notice things differently.


Flra distribution has also moved with the times. Submit a new text post. Osaka subscribe unsubscribe 3, readers 8 users here now Possibly Useful Stuff Kansai Markft magazine. Want to add to the discussion? KFM was founded in April by a local Osaka businessman, Hirokazu Hirayama and he still runs the project today with the help of 2 Japanese and 1 non-Japanese employees.

Advertising Distributed throughout Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe and the rest of Japan, Kansai Scene offers a unique and powerful advertising opportunity.

I haven’t specifically looked for one recently but I remember seeing them out at kansqi etc. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Wow, has it been as long as 3 or 4 years? In the end, life goes on. Does anyone know when their last issue was?

This article is one of a series in. It’s been around for decades but now seems to be gone and only online classifieds remain. There used to be a small classified paper called the Kansai Flea Market that was freely available around Kansai. The paper is a modest project founded on a simple concept and created to an even simpler format. Here is the Osaka Prefectural Gov’t Events website.


The KFM design, ostensibly unchanged, retains the zen-like monochrome aesthetic of a very early Markwt word processor – minimal graphics, basic fonts, no photos. Distributed throughout Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe and the rest of Japan, Kansai Scene offers a unique and powerful advertising opportunity. The paper was nice to flip through when out. I tend to agree, but apparently most people didn’t because it couldn’t stay in business It was published monthly until Julybut is now a seasonal publication, released four times a year.

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It’s hard to compete against that with a weekly print publication that charges by the line for classifieds. The print and online versions of Kansai Scene feature articles on local and international travel, local culture, food and drink, history and entertainment. Alternatively, you can take out a subscription and have it delivered direct to your door.

I understand why they really couldn’t compete with all the free options out there Facebook groups etc but it feels odd that they’re gone.

Here you will find ads for rooms, all kinds of lessons, cosmetics, organic food, parties, and a few personals.

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There are no articles or editorials, and there are almost no services more usually associated with the long-term or permanent resident pensions, investment, property, medical services, etc. Each edition comprises about 7 sheets of A4 paper, without any binding but folded to a compact A5 size, making it both pocket and back-pack friendly.


Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Kansai Scene introduces the wealth of historical and cultural gems, travel experiences and sightseeing spots that the Kansai region boasts, including its Unesco World Heritage sites, serene temples, incredible castles and vibrant shopping and entertainment scene. Business services If you are a business owner, check out our tips flew getting the most out of Kansai Scene. I was just looking at the website today.

Job stuff has moved to Facebook or various job boards. Such publications, whether web-based or print-only, free or subscription-based, ads-heavy or ads-lite, all exist to help local foreigners get the most out of their life in Kansai.

This article is one of a series in troducing English-language publications aimed primarily at a readership of foreigners living and working in the Kansai area. In the last three or four years I’d say. Kansxi, while TV sets, bicycles and other second-hand goods used to be the staple of KFM listings, several trends from the past decade seem to have changed this dynamic and the history of KFM reflects them.

The typical KFM user is European or American and in Kansai for a short-term immersive Japan-experience funded by the many English-teaching opportunities. Log in or sign up in seconds. No longer will you find ads for landline telephone contracts or hi-fi equipment.

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