As you’re frantically job hunting for that “perfect” teaching position, take some of these environments into consideration.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on April 21, 2015
When searching for a jobs, remember to think about your strengths before choosing an age group to work with.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on April 3, 2015
Yakiniku is easy, oishii, and is a great party meal where your guests can enjoy cooking at the table.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on March 21, 2015
The more you understand your student, the better you can educate them; and pronunciation is no exception.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on February 24, 2015
A delightful trip to the small small harbor city of Otaru.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on February 18, 2015
When you’re living as a foreigner in Japan, you try to assimilate to the culture as much as possible, especially…
By Kelsey Leuzinger on February 7, 2015
When I first heard of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) being offered outside of Japan, I was ecstatic. Finally,…
By Kelsey Leuzinger on January 29, 2015
What to Expect at Your First Coffee Shop English Lesson in Japan
By Kelsey Leuzinger on January 6, 2015
Visiting the Emperor’s residence on his birthday is a fun Japanese cultural and historical experience.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on December 21, 2014
It’s a Hello Kitty world and we just live in it.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on December 13, 2014
Tokyo Skytree is a fun experience any time of year. Make it a goal to take in this incredible sightseeing opportunity during your stay in Japan.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on December 9, 2014
A lot has changed in the last 70 years between Japan and America. What does the next 70 years hold for the two countries?