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When you think of Tokyo, modern skyscrapers, large billboards, compact rooms, and lots of people come to mind. Contrary to popular perception, Tokyo offers the best greenery and scenery at its outskirts, with astonishing temples and parks looking over Mount Fuji.
Tokyo’s fast-paced culture is highlighted by its unique shopping experience, cozy dinning, and the many interesting theme parks it has at its disposal. From the diverse range of festivals it offers to the performing arts, you name it and Tokyo has it.
This great metropolis also offers a varied array of sports and has hosted some of the biggest events in the world, including the 1964 Olympics and the 2002 soccer World Cup. Read more
Nagoya is the fourth largest city in Japan and hosts some of the world’s largest businesses! What an excellent place to start your TESOL career!
Nagoya gradually became an industrial hub and, today, it accounts for approximately 70% of Japan’s trade surplus. Major corporations in the automobile and aerospace industries have their headquarter office established in Nagoya. Toyota, Mitsubishi, Boeing, and Fuji to name just a few.
Nagoya is well-known for its museums, offering a variety of traditional exhibitions, such as the Nagoya Castle, and Aichi Arts Center. In addition, it is a city that hosts many industry related exhibitions such as the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology and the Nagoya City Tram & Subway Museum. Japanese authorities took pivotal steps to restore The Honmaru Palace, which was destroyed in World War II. This Palace will showcase wonderful samples of Shoin-zukuri architecture from the feudal era by 2016. Read more
Kyoto is one of the more sought out cities to teach English in and it is definitely one of the most beautiful and serene. Walk through beautiful gardens and Buddhist temples in Japan’s most traditional city!
You can learn so much from teaching English in Japan beyond the history. Learn the language to help you get around, make new friends, and most importantly to enhance your teaching abilities so that you can have a more profound relationship with your students and apply your understanding of the language to your lessons. Japan has so much to offer with some of the most breathtaking destinations and a culture unlike anything you’ve ever experienced Read more
Uji is a city bounded by immense traditions. Most visitors are attracted to this divine city because of the sacred Buddhist temples. Temples are admired everywhere the eye turns and all along the Uji river. It’s an amazing place for people in search of Japanese culture and tradition.
If you are teaching English in another city in Japan, the best time to visit Uji is at the end of the year. This is when the mild weather enhances the experience of a place best known for meditation.
Teaching English in Japan is a formidable experience. A high speed train can take you away from some of the most modern cities in the world to the peaceful gardens of a thousand year old temple. Start your TESOL course and begin an exciting new career! Read more
Japan, the vision of ancient temples and futuristic sites, the name of mist-shrouded mountains and trains at speed of as much as 500 miles an hour. If you are seeking traditional culture, then Japan is where you should land upon completion of your TEFL certificate. One can gorge in temples all day, present yourself at the shrines, and attend tea ceremonies packed with Japan’s rich artistic culture and heritage.
If modern culture and technology is your way, then Japan is for you. Japanese cities are a complete wonderland for tech buffs. Japan is the cornerstone of futurism!
Sightseeing is another treat to the eyes for people visiting Japan. One can find natural wonders at length here.
Food is the source of delight for Japanese, whether it is freshly cooked sushi or perfectly battered tempura. If you are a foodie, then Japan is a feast to experience.