No one’s heard of this misty mountain retreat just west of Sendai — and that’s what makes it so special.
By GaijinPot Partners on April 11, 2018
Tokyo Star Bank is giving foreign entrepreneurs a rare opportunity to connect with local investors and win a grand prize of ¥1,000,000 in a brand new contest.
By GaijinPot Partners on April 10, 2018
Schools in Japan have many customs but the first energetic greeting of students in morning can set the tone for your students — and you!
By GaijinPot Partners on March 22, 2018
Welcome to our ultimate guide for foreign residents on setting up a mobile phone in Japan in partnership with Sakura Mobile.
By GaijinPot Partners on March 20, 2018
All you need is an unlocked phone, your passport and WiFi to make a contract through JP Smart SIM — a mobile service designed by and for foreign residents.
By GaijinPot Partners on March 8, 2018
Things will go wrong in an English class, but if you plan ahead for possible hiccups you will rarely be caught by surprise!
By GaijinPot Partners on March 7, 2018
Ever dreamed of making a living in subtitle and voice over translations for Japanese manga, movies, TV shows and other visual media? This translation course, ideal for foreign students, makes that a possibility.
By GaijinPot Partners on February 24, 2018
While an ALT is a perfectly adequate assistant in the classroom, the SALT takes it one step further.
By GaijinPot Partners on February 22, 2018
This social apartment turned social hotel lends guests smartphones, runs events with local creatives and has an Instagram feed to live for.
By GaijinPot Partners on February 17, 2018
As an ALT you must be adaptable. You are a guest within a school and you’re there to help.
By GaijinPot Partners on February 7, 2018
Six things that set this pioneer of foreigner-friendly accommodation apart from the rest.
By GaijinPot Partners on February 3, 2018
There’s plenty of things to do in Yokohama: a city by the beach with a western mind, a Japanese heart and an international soul. Here’s 25 ideas to get you started.
By GaijinPot Partners on February 1, 2018
Teaching any type of English class in Japan can have its challenges, but special needs students offer unique, one-on-one situations to help you grow as a teacher — and a person.