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Where to find an online job? (homebased)

Hi everyone! I am looking for an online job (preferably part time) that is home based since I'm a full time mom and I really can't commit to any full time jobs right now. I used to be a technical support representative and an English teacher with TEFL Certificate. So if you guys know anything please send me a reply! (comment). Thank You!! :)

jcnhr

on May 10

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A couple of days at Okinawa

Hello, everyone. I have been dreaming of going to Okinawa some day. I want to stay at a hotel for one or two nights, see and swim in a beautiful transparent sea with sand long beach. But unfortunately my dream never came true. I am told that Okinawa is super expensive and people usually book hotels, airline tickets and so on several months beforehand. I am not a rich person that's why I would like to travel econom level. Could anyone please give me some advice on going to Okinawa including some information about transport, hotels, beaches, food, souvenirs?

SutekinaNihon

on May 9

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Moving to Japan in a few weeks, what to expect?

Hey everyone! I’m moving to Nagoya in a few weeks like to take up a job teaching English as a foreign language. Re-locating on my own, I know little Japanese and no one in Japan.. yet! I was wondering what can I expect like culture shock wise? How did you adjust? What challenges will be the most testing?

Rebekah

on May 9

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Osaka on Golden Week

Is it advisable to go on a vacation in Osaka and Kyoto on the Golden Week? If yes, any tips? On where to eat, sleep and where to go around the area. Thanks!

KAS

on Mar 28

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Certificate of Eligibility

Hi there. So! The embassy of Japan has told me that if I want to have a long term visa I need (mandatory) a job and a certificate of eligibility and there's no way around this. The amount for working holidays is nearly 10 000 € and it's a lot. Any suggestions on how I can get a good job and a good presentation to have a job in Japan. I wanted to be a teacher.

MGM01

on Mar 16

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Monthly family cost in Yamagata shi, Japan

Greetings, How much is required monthly (per person) to live without any worries? Including Japanese language courses. Are foreign students (elementary through university) well accepted in Yamagata schools? Many thanks!

Abe2663

on Jan 10

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English teaching jobs leads

Hey guys. So my wife is from Malaysia and she just got here a year ago. We've been trying to find a job for her but we can't seem to get any employer interested. Are there any leads we can follow on for a job as an English teacher? Happy 2018!

tanakadesu

on Jan 9

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How much does it cost to have a child in Tokyo, Japan, with national health insurance?

I've looked online but the costs seem to vary.

Michael4977

on Dec 30

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Selling clothes?

I've got a bunch of clothes that my kids have grown out of that I am looking at selling - lots still with tags (because kids seem to grow like weeds, am I right?) Anyhow, I was looking for recommendations for where to sell them. I know that Off House takes clothes, I believe, but are there any online selling groups based in Japan that are useful for that sort of thing? I know back home in Australia there are plenty of online Buy/Swap/Sell groups and I was wondering if anyone knows of anything else like that here. Thanks in advance for your help!

genkidesu

on Dec 29

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Which shopping point is best to collect?

Japan has a vast collection of point systems which they offer to shoppers. Of course these point systems have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. For you, what is the best shopping point to collect and why?

Weellee

on Dec 19

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Hokkaido by plane or by train?

Hi. How can I travel to Hokkaido? plane or train?

Ooray2775

on Oct 11

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Sending money to the UK

What's the best way to send money to the UK, preferably to a Lloyd's Bank account? And by best, one with good rates and less hassle. It could be online banking or cash remittance. Thanks!

ricecooker

on Jul 21