How to Move to Japan to Get Started Teaching English AND Spend Less Money in the Long Run Than The People Who Went There w/ a Job Lined Up

The general consensus on teaching English in Japan is that it costs a lot of money to live there. And I also believed that for a long time and that thinking prevented me from going there. 

In fact I taught English in China, Korea and Taiwan before I Iived in Japan even though Japan was the first place I was interested in.

It's partly a myth.

It's not that expensive. Although it can be if you live in Tokyo and always go out to eat or drink.

Many people think it's best to line up a job first and in Japan that is to start with one of the big companies that hire from abroad. That's fine if you want to do it, but in this post I am going to tell you how to do it a different way.

Do your research Buy a ticket to Japan Arrange a sharehouse Get a bike Get a phone (Line Mobile) Get a job and a visa Get a home Get free furniture Save on cheap shopping 1. Do your research and choose your place wisely

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