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Japan Work Visa – Do I Need a Degree ?

Actually, you do not need a degree to obtain a Japan Work Visa, as you can also substitute this for professional work experience. But this is where it becomes a little more complex, obtaining...

ATMs in Japan

ATMs in Japan ATMs are something I genuinely took for granted in Australia, that plus our massive network of EFTPOS machines. This allowed us to either withdraw cash from anywhere or pay by debit or...

Bank Account in Japan

For some unknown reason, it is not possible to open a bank account in Japan unless you have lived here for a minimum of six months. Seeing as though my life has exceeded that...

Tokyo Immigration Office

After becoming ever more curious about applying for a Cultural Activities Visa in Japan, I decide to go on a mission to gather information. At home, I pick up some paperwork and head over...

The Complex Train System

Especially for those of you trying to navigate through the complex train system of subways, bullet trains and other modes of transportation during your visit to Japan, fear not. There are some user-friendly ways...

Japanese Toilet – A Simple How to Guide

If the idea of describing how to use a Japanese toilet sounds like a strange topic to discuss, then I would agree. However, it is also something that has the potential to cause a...

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