Tokyo is envied throughout the western world for its powerhouse economy and industrious, intelligent work-force. It’s a town where order and reason prevail, and everything, and everyone, moves in clockwork harmony. Trains run on time, the crime rate is low, the streets are clean, and the citizens are generally helpful, considerate, and polite. Is it really like this? The answer (more…)
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Osaka has rarely been mentioned as a TEFL teacher’s destination, but Japan’s third largest city has a lot to offer the intrepid traveller. The town is the commercial centre of the Kansai region and has gained a reputation for having fun loving, down-to-earth citizens who take pride in their hospitable nature. It has several historical and cultural attractions and can match any (more…)
Jobs teaching English in Japan can be looked for in a variety of schools from kindergartens (very popular) to universities (difficult to enter unless you have been living in Japan for years).
Most private language schools in Japan are looking for native English speakers with (more…)