- 4 AnswersMovies3 years ago
I am planning on moving to Japan late this year (around November at the latest.) I am currently 17, in 11 grade, and getting my GED soon. I turn 18 in August. I am planning to go to college in Japan. Their school year starts in April. My plan is to start April 2017. It is decided, I need to learn Japanese quickly. It is decided, I need to make money while I m here, and when I get there. I need to get there by November of 2016 because that is when they start applications, and entry tests. I will not take a round trip to take a test. So I will have to move before I take the test. In that case I do not think I can enter with a student visa, since I will not yet be a student. So I need to save money. If I work before I move, I could easily pay for the ticket, and fees required with the college. I may be ably to live in a sharehouse with the money I have left, if I agree to find a job after I take residence with my roommates. I do not know exactly how this all might work, so I m looking for opinions on what I should do, what kind of visa I would need, how I might take residence before finding a job in Japan. Or just an alternate idea of how I might get to a college in Japan in April 2017.8 AnswersJapan4 years ago
so you click on a video and like baseball player running home, these ads just skurt onto the page right under you're mouse RIGHT when you are about to click?1 AnswerYouTube4 years ago
If I got a 1 year culinary diploma from AI, In the US, would I be able to get an entry level culinary job in Japan?
Also if I moved before I got a job, how would you recommend I spend my nights while I search for a job? Would I have to make friends, or rent a hostel or hotel every night?3 AnswersJapan4 years ago
Would he sign it in his native language? Say if an English foreigner signed his name, would he do so in romaji, or katakana. What if it was a Korean foreigner. I don't think they know how to read Korean. Would they sign it in their language, and then print it in Japanese?2 AnswersLanguages4 years ago
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