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We will share some blog posts on how to get a job in Japan and also on how to become a good teacher.

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Working Holiday Japan Guide: Things you need to know

Working Holiday In Tokyo, Japan! With 2020 just around the corner more foreigners than ever before are coming to Japan. Many have chosen to come as tourists, language students and others on working holiday visas. A lot of people want to work and travel in Tokyo, Japan and wonder what life is like in Japan…
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The Ultimate Guide to Part-Time Jobs in Tokyo

Our definitive guide to part-time jobs in Tokyo will help you increase your options for part-time jobs and potentially help prevent you from jumping at the first opportunity that arises. Despite what many people think, many part-time jobs in Tokyo are actually aimed at foreigners and...
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Part Time Jobs in Yokohama

So you want to see your options for Part Time Jobs in Yokohama - or as some would put it - the better Tokyo. Less people, more affordable, what’s not to like? Not only does it have a lively city atmosphere...
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One Coin English Blog: 10 Benefits of Teaching English with Us

Here are my personal thoughts after working 21 months at One Coin English. I hope it will serve as a reference to make the most out of your time working at this great company that I call my home. There is something about Tokyo that attracts people from many backgrounds and nationalities. In the eve…
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Part Time Jobs in Shinjuku

Part-Time Jobs in Shinjuku There is no doubt that Shinjuku is the heart of the Japanese capital and home of the world’s busiest train station. This neon packed district has many tourist attractions and cultural landmarks. From its futuristic Robot Restaurant, Cocoon Tower and Toho cinemas with its big Godzilla statue to its more traditional…
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5 Things you Must do in Tokyo while Teaching English Part-Time

We understand you, living and teaching English part-time in Tokyo is something magical. You meet new people, experience a different culture and develop a strong career. Although teaching English is amazing, it is not all that there is to do in Tokyo. The Japanese capital has over 35 million people, making it the biggest city…
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