I find it a bit difficult to believe that you are a college student getting ready to gradute.So do I have a choice on which kind of school and which area i teach in?And what about the Salaries?Are they good enough to settle in Tokyo?If not,where is a good place to settle?
If that is your main motivation for wanting to come here, you should start to read even more and deeper in this and other forums. And more carefully, than you have read through this your own thread. You might find, that the reason, why you are fed up with the US, whatever it might be, does also, or in a very similar way, exist in Japan. If you run away, do it with your eyes open, or you might get a bloody nose running blindly into a tree...I'm fed up with the US.
You guys have given me excellent advice.And I know what you mean,but I also want my children to get a education in Japan.I want my children to get the best education possible.I also want an asian girlfriend/wife.And those are only a few reasons why I want to go to Japan.I love their culture,I love the people,and I just love everything about Japan.I think Japan is where I belong and thats where I wish to reside.Thanks guys for your advice.
,but I also want my children to get a education in Japan.I want my children to get the best education possible...
I'm not touching thiso ne with a ten foot stick, I dont care what your motivation is but being curious and interested is one thing deciding "now" that you want an Asian wife is something totally different.I also want an asian girlfriend/wife
And those are only a few reasons why I want to go to Japan.I love their culture,I love the people,and I just love everything about Japan.I think Japan is where I belong and thats where I wish to reside.
Nail on the head.......Word of the Day:
Two weeks in Tokyo is nothing compared to people who have been here for years. Two weeks in your own city for a foreign visitor is not enough to give them an idea of what life if like in your country, isn't it? Think about that. "Nothing" can stop you? Good, that means you will get the proper preparations, or you will be stopped, even if that means you come here and work for a short time only to realize you weren't fully prepared to last longer. Vacations are a nice way to sightsee, but they are a horrible way to learn what living and working somewhere is all about. I hope you can see that. If not, look below.I visited Tokyo last year and I really liked it.I mean,when I was there for 2 weeks,I thought i was home for the first time ever.I mean,Ive never had more fun in my life.I love Japan and nothing will stop me from my dream..Japan has everything I need and I want.
The Yamanote Line is not a city. It is a loop of the JR train system. Either you have terrible writing skills (not a good point for a budding teacher of English), or you have terrible notions of geography, despite spending 2 weeks here (even more scary).So wheres a good city to settle at?The Yamamote Line in Tokyo?
Deciding to settle in a foreign country forever and ever because you want to use the language you've studied for a few years is one of the scariest things I've read here in a long time. Even more ridiculous than going to marry and Asian. Neither of which require actually residing in the country, by the way.Well I like a busy city,thats why i wanted for Tokyo,but it's too expensive.I don't think i'll ever lose my intrest in Japan as I already read/write and speak it pretty well and I wouldnt waste years of my life learning a language that I'll never use.
Get a job, let them assign the office then try to settle down within commuting distance so you don't need to get up at 6:00 every morning and back after midnight. I'm assuming the reality of life hasn't quite hit you yet.So wheres a good city to settle at?The Yamamote Line in Tokyo?