Live Work and Play in Japan

Get ready to Work and Travel in Japan. Teach English in Japan or be a Digital Nomad. Get inspiration from our Japan Travel Itineraries.

 

Do you love gadgets, Japanese comics or animated film? Are you a culture vulture? Or do you hear Japan and think of skiing and snowboarding? If your answer is yes, it is unlikely you would be satisfied with a ‘been there, done that’ whirlwind trip around Japan. To immerse yourself in the Japanese way of life, a working holiday is a great option.

Living, working and playing in Japan will allow you the time to absorb the language, have authentic experiences (rush-hour train travel in Tokyo, anyone?), see the sites at your leisure, and witness fascinating traditions such as a tea ceremony or a sumo wrestling match.

Japan can be a confusing place for newcomers, but it doesn’t have to be. Read our posts on living, working and playing in Japan.

Work and Ski Japan: How to Get a Job in a Japanese Ski resort

Work and Ski Japan: How to Get a Job in a Japanese Ski resort

On your work and ski Japan trip why not visit the snow monkeys of Nagano’s Jigokudani Monkeys   When you think of Japan you might not immediately think of ski and snowboard resorts. However, Japan is one of the hottest ski and snowboard destinations in the world,...

1 Month Japan Itinerary for First Timers

1 Month Japan Itinerary for First Timers

Plenty of traditional Japanese gates to see on your one month holiday in Japan   Japan is a country rich in history, culture, and unforgettable landscapes. It’s impossible to see everything in just a week or even a month – but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a...

Day Trip to Mount Fuji from Tokyo: What to See and Do

Day Trip to Mount Fuji from Tokyo: What to See and Do

Mount Fuji can be seen in the distance from Tokyo but many take a day trip to Mount Fuji from Tokyo   One of the things I really wanted to see during my holiday in Japan was Mount Fuji. I mean, who wouldn’t with all the awe inspiring photos that are on the Japan...

How to Spend 3 Days in Tokyo

How to Spend 3 Days in Tokyo

Shibuya Crossing - watch the organised madness of this crossing on Day 3 of this 3 Day Visit to Tokyo   Kon'nichiwa! Hello Tokyo. Tokyo is the capital city of Japan and it is the most densely populated city in the world. That’s right, it is home to some 40...

Japan Holiday Accommodation – Hotels, Hostels, Pods and Inns

Japan Holiday Accommodation – Hotels, Hostels, Pods and Inns

Hall way in a typical capsule hotel   Japan is an amazing place to go on holiday, working holiday or expat. It has beautiful scenery, great food, unique architecture and a wealth of cultural tradition. The only question is, where do you stay when you go?...

Tips for Travelling Japan With A Japan Rail (JR) Pass

Tips for Travelling Japan With A Japan Rail (JR) Pass

Shinkansen at a Station - You can travel Japan with a Japan Rail Pass in one of these   Japan is probably one of the safest places to travel in the world. Add to that its gorgeous landscapes, centuries of rich culture and tasty food and it quickly becomes the...

Japan Working Holiday | Live Work and Play in Japan

Japan Working Holiday | Live Work and Play in Japan

Japan is a unique country. There is centuries of ancient history juxtaposed into modern-day life. From palaces to tea ceremonies to exploring natural wonders like Mount Fuji, a visit to Japan offers experiences like no other country can. That’s why obtaining a working...

Teach English in Japan: A guide to finding jobs

Teach English in Japan: A guide to finding jobs

In the 1980s if you had blonde hair and blue eyes you could easily step off the plane and walk into an English teaching position and make huge bucks. Things have changed somewhat since then. In this blog I will provide you with an overview of what it is like to Teach...

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