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 #Episode155 I could have talked with Ruthie for an hour more. What a brilliant woman who has so much insider knowledge on real estate and business in Japan. She is the first western woman The post Save Money on Your Apartment in Japan and Learn Japanese with Purpose | with Ruth Marie Jarman appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
A common job for expats in Japan is teaching English to children. Today we are going to look at five tips that will help you stay afloat whilst you build experience, and keep students motivated and engaged. The post Five tips for teaching children English in Japan appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
Love Japan, but don’t want to be an English teacher? The job market in Japan today is filled with all kinds of non-teaching opportunities. The post Job Alternatives to English Teaching in Japan appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]
If you live in Tokyo, it’s important to be prepared for an earthquake. Fortunately, it’s not too difficult to assemble a kit with all the things you’ll need in an emergency: here’s how! The post 10 Must Have Items For Your Earthquake Emergency Kit appeared first on JobsInJapan.com. [...]