Teach in Japan

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in Japan

CITY: Hamamatsu City
SALARY: starting salary of¥250,000 (with the possibility of an increase after the initial training period)

Our generous benefits package includes the following:

• Visa sponsorship
• A monthly starting salary of¥250,000 (with the possibility of an increase after the initial training period)
• A performance related bonus at the end of the contract
• All Japanese national holidays off
• 10 days of chosen leave (after the first 6 months) and 7 days for winter vacation
• Housing assistance
• Full training and follow-up support
• A friendly and caring working environment
• Commutation fee (up to 15,000 JPY) & all business related travel expenses paid
• Extensive and proven curriculum with all teaching materials provided

All applicants are required to possess the following:

• A completed and accredited Bachelor’s degree
• A solid understanding and native command of the English language
• Two years teaching experience and a passion to help others communicate
• Drive and commitment to providing the highest levels of customer service
• A detailed orientated approach to projects
• The ability to work both in a team and independently
• IT literacy
The following are strongly preferred and applicants with them will be given preference:

• Knowledge of and experience working in the business world
• TEFL certification
• Experience of teaching EAP and/or ESP
• A sensitivity to Japanese culture especially regarding business matters

submit your application to Mr. David Heath at [email protected]

All applications must include:

• A cover letter telling us about yourself, your teaching philosophy, and why you believe that you are a strong candidate for this position
• An up-to-date resume
• A copy of your university degree and full transcript
• A copy of any TEFL certificates that you hold
• The name, position held and contact details of a referee

Teach English in Japan (General Information)

Japan is one of the most popular countries to teach English for many good reasons. It is the safest country in the world. Women should take precautions and try not to be alone at night, but for the most part, it is unlikely you will ever encounter serious trouble.

The food is fantastic. Japan is renowned for fresh seasonal ingredients from exotic vegetables to just-caught fish. No where in the world compares to the quality of food you can find in Japan. …  Read More

Teach English in Japan (Cost of Living)

For standard of living and potential to save money, Japan is still one of the best countries in the world to teach English. Until recently (2006), there was a government set minimum salary for teachers in Japan of 250,000 yen per month($2500). This rule is no longer strictly followed and some schools try to pay less for novice teachers. …  Read More

Teach English in  Japan (Visa Requirements)

In order to receive a work visa, you will first have to get hired. Your employer will help you fill out all the necessary paperwork and you will have to apply at a Japanese embassy. A bachelors University degree is required in order to receive a work visa. It doesn’t matter what subject you majored in. There are stories of teachers using fake degrees certificates bought online or in countries like Thailand, however I have never met anyone who has admitted to doing this. …  Read More

Interviews with English Teachers in Japan

Interview with Neil Mullens, teaching English in Japan

Interview with John Bardos, Teach English in Japan