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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.
Things will go wrong in an English class, but if you plan ahead for possible hiccups you will rarely be caught by surprise!
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.
While an ALT is a perfectly adequate assistant in the classroom, the SALT takes it one step further.
This social apartment turned social hotel lends guests smartphones, runs events with local creatives and has an Instagram feed to live for.
As an ALT you must be adaptable. You are a guest within a school and you’re there to help.
Six things that set this pioneer of foreigner-friendly accommodation apart from the rest.
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.
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.
Wherever you are in Japan a Prince hotel awaits. Check out these three properties for your next weekend getaway.
The Cuisine Press has developed a series of unique tours that allow overseas tourists to sample Japan’s food culture while enjoying the beauty and charm of Tohoku’s farming and fishing villages.
Dream of a chalet experience but don’t want to leave the city? The oh-so-cozy Unwind Hotel & Bar brings the Swiss Alps to Sapporo.