The Japanese have an expression that you cannot say “Kekko” (meaning magnificent) until you have seen Nikko. (Nikko wo minakereba “kekko” to iu na.) This mountainous area of natural beauty is combined with all the brilliant art and...
#InsideJapan #Episode160 On this episode I’m talking with Paul Flint, the owner of Honyaku Plus, a translation company. We go into how people can get their start in translating, whether or not machine translation software The post What Being a Translator is REALLY Like | with Paul Flint appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
Teaching English in Japan requires much more than simply teaching grammar or vocabulary. Here we explain everything you need to know about being an English teacher in Japan. The post The responsibilities of being an English teacher in Japan appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
There might be no turkey and pumpkin pie involved, but Japan does have its own version of Thanksgiving with a focus on the essential workers that keep the country functioning optimally. Here’s how Labor Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in Japan. The post Labor Thanksgiving Day appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
In this article we will explain everything you need to know about women-only train carriages in Japan. The post The history of the woman only train carriages in Japan appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]