Originally from Niagara Falls, Canada, Hilary Keyes has lived in Tokyo for the past 14 years. A passionate renaissance woman, Hilary also works as a silver accessory designer and dabbles in painting and bonsai maintenance. You can invariably find her wandering about Harajuku, Shimokitazawa, and Koenji shopping and checking out the local color.
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An awesome tradition in Japan is "hatsuhinode," or viewing the first sunrise of the New Year.
When changing teaching jobs in Japan, it’s vital to be as informed as possible about your options and what you can expect of your new career path in the eikaiwa industry.