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Re: How to Buy and Export a Used Car from Japan -- Kane robbinson
Hi, we can provide you access to Japanese Used Cars Auction.

Re: How to Teach English in Japan in the Summer -- sergio vega
Hello Im looking to teach english in Tokyo this summer and wanted to inquire about available positions

Re: Global English School, Matsusaka, Japan -- Eric
Update: I was also not paid in full and 3 weeks late upon deciding to leave, even after I went to the labour board. This was after they wanted me to close my bank account and "promised" they'd ...

Re: Who cares? -- Mr R
Well sir, that is a very narrow-minded view of Americans. While I do get your point, please consider the vast and incredibly diverse population of the U.S. Of course there are many ignorant people. ...

Re: Global English School, Matsusaka, Japan -- Eric
Seconded and thirded: nothing has changed at GES. The retention rate is well under 50% and you are liable to be fired at any time for any reason at the whim of a boss who doesn't care about you ...

Re: Global English School, Matsusaka, Japan -- Eden
Hi, I wish i saw your review of this school before I applied. I am working at GES now and nothing has changed. Kojima is still all over the place and vague as hell. She's giving me extra ...

I want to go to Japan, What should I need to do -- Rashid Hussain
I`m from Pakistan, I want to go to Japan and want to do a Job. What I need to do first, Can anyone kindly help me? I have done diploma of Associate Engineers (Electronics) and also six months diploma ...

WARNING: Omni International English in Narita, Japan -- Jake
I have taught in many places, but this school is so awful that I must warn other teachers about it. 1. The school doesn't provide a visa, but endlessly tells the teachers to keep waiting, even ...

Working in Japan - Help! -- sharlene
Hi My name is Sharlene and I've wanted to go and work in Japan for a long time now but it's only been recently that I've been able to start trying to make this dream come true. I thought ...

Re: aeon corporation -- Zapain
Before you even think about teaching for AEON, read, read, read and read some more on employee blogs and reviews. If you still think you want to try this, know first and foremost that AEON is a ...

Re: Teaching English in Japan - Best Company? (JET, GEOS, AEON, NOVA, ECC)? -- Voice of experience
JET is the best. If you go with Interac, your training might consist of getting yelled at by a fool named Cedric who has a massive ego and spends a lot of time telling you about what a great teacher ...
Re: Teaching English in Japan - Best Company? (JET, GEOS, AEON, NOVA, ECC)? -- eslguy
If some scrub did that to me, he (and she...equal opportunity, right?) and I would be having a long talk outside.

History of Japanese Pottery -- Christy P
There are four main types of pottery in Japan; earthenware, unglazed stoneware, glazed pottery and porcelain. Pottery emerged over ten thousand years ago during the prehistoric era. The majority of ...

Learning Japanese Online - The Pros And Cons -- Adam J Johnson
If you have been looking into learning Japanese, you may have noticed that a few online courses have started popping up in the last few years. You may have also be wondering whether they're worth ...
Re: Learning Japanese Online - The Pros And Cons -- Tom
"Pros and Cons" implies that people learning Japanese can choose between online learning and classroom learning as if these are somewhat equally effective ways of learning, and we can choose either ...

Learning Japanese - How to Start -- Adam J Johnson
The first thing you need to tackle when starting your journey into learning Japanese is a quick run through pronunciation. But WAIT! Before you tune out and the "boring" lights start blinking, ...

Learning Kanji: A Special Method To Stop Drilling And Actually Learn The Japanese Kanji! -- Santiago Madrigal
How to learn kanji in a truly efficient and effective way is one of the most known problems that any serious Japanese language learner like you must face sooner or later, whether you are in a ...

An Introduction To Japanese Business Culture -- Linguarama
When doing business in a foreign country it is always vital to understand differences in culture. This helps to avoid misunderstandings and allows development of positive and long-lasting business ...

A Closer Look At Japanese Translation—how And Why It Is More Complicated Than It Seems -- Charlene Lacandazo
Because Japan is not an English-speaking country, businesses will have to rely on having their native language translated into another language in order to reach a wider audience. But Japanese ...

How to Tip While Traveling in Japan -- Collaborator
Traveling overseas is an exciting adventure that allows you to experience first hand some of the most amazing and colorful cultures of the world. However, while traveling you may find that some of ...

Rail Travel in Japan -- Dees Stribling
Traveling by rail in Japan isn't difficult once you understand some of the basics of using the system. It isn't even necessary to know Japanese, though a little wouldn't hurt. Japan's ...

Best Packing Tips for Travel to Japan -- Isabel Prontes
Japan is a very popular travel destination. From the bustling urban centers of Tokyo and Osaka to the serene temples of Kyoto and the crisp air of Mount Fuji, traveling to Japan can be a very ...

Must-See Sights When Visiting Japan -- Alyssa Davis
Japan is a beautiful country filled with great people, interesting sights, and plenty of things to see and do. If you're planning a trip to Japan, it's worth the time and effort to make a ...

Traveling to Japan: What's Needed to Get Into and Out of the Country -- Alyssa Davis
If you're planning to travel to Japan in the future, it's never too early to start thinking about what you'll need for your trip. If you're mostly accustomed to traveling within your ...

Interesting and Offbeat Places to Visit in Tokyo -- Michael Henry
Not everyone visiting Japan is interested in the temples and museums. Sometimes to get to understand a culture you need to go beyond the places suggested by your guidebook. If you are looking for ...

Welcome to Tokyo, Why You Should Visit Tokyo Now -- Takuya Sato
Images of Japan range from the ancient temples of Kyoto and Nara, to the mystical mountain shrines of the Kii peninsula, to the ultra modern skyline of Tokyo and its denizens who have a penchant for ...

4 Reasons to Visit Tokyo -- Chris Norriss
Buzzing with excitement, this Japanese city is situated in the center of Asia Pacific travel. Fast-paced and complex, Tokyo is not only a popular tourist destination, but the trendiest place to live ...

Best Places to Visit in Tokyo -- Hendry Budiman
Tokyo is the capital of Japan located in Asia. This is not only a hot tourist place but also seems a best place to live. Here are some important reasons why you should visit Tokyo. Tokyo is a large ...

Tokyo Travel on a Budget -- Alma J.
For many years Tokyo was considered a very expensive travel destination. In those years you needed to be very wealthy to visit Tokyo, because it was one of the most expensive places on earth. Those ...

When is the Best Time to Visit Tokyo? -- Da Jo
What is the best time of the year to arrive in Tokyo? Plan your Tokyo trip based on information about Japanese holidays, peak travel seasons, Japanese festivals and climate. If this is not a business ...

Teach Yourself Japanese - Japanese Grammar Lesson - Verb (Base II) + Nagara - To Do While Verbing -- Brett McCluskey
This article's Japanese grammar construction uses the Japanese word 'nagara' Verb (Base II) + nagara - to do while 'verb'ing. With this grammar construction, both past tense and ...

Four More Mistakes For English Teachers to Avoid in the Communication Classroom in Japan -- Tom Aaron
As I stated in my first article about avoiding mistakes in teaching English communication in Japan, teaching is a learning process, for both students and teachers. In this article, I would like to ...
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