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    Hey,
    My fiance and I are currently teaching English in Northern Japan. In October our visa will be up and we will need a couple to take over from us. It would need to be a couple able to get the working holiday visa. Traditionally this position has been Canadians and has been going for about 20 years with a new couple coming every year to take over from the previous ones. It is not a position with a company so as I said before you would need to be eligible for the working holiday visa. It is a private teaching position with lots of opportunity to be able to travel. The takeover would be near the end of October. If you are a couple that is interested in this opportunity please send me a message for more information.

    If you know anyone else interested in the position please pass along the info to them. You can send a message on here or send an email to jeffanderla@gmail.com

    This is a bunch of info on the working holiday visa: http://www.calgary.ca.emb-japan.go.j...s/workingh.htm

    Thanks!
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    It's actually pretty sweet.

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    I'm gonna bump this up now that Coachella is over and people are coming back on.

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    I kinda like where this is going. Seriously though the position is real

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    Quote Originally Posted by JClemy View Post
    Traditionally this position has been Canadians
    I am picturing thousands of Japanese learning english and ending every sentence with 'eh?'.
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    All the other foreigners in town are American so we get our fair share of Canadian Jokes. They are fun!

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    There is nothing more I want in life than to teach English in Japan Too bad I have school.. and I'm not in a couple. Good luck with your search, sensei!!

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    you forgot the, eh?.

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    Hey just putting this up there now that people are back on looking at the threads.

    edit: Eh
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    Hey I will give my sister this information she recently turned in her application to teach English in Japan. Hmmm and her boyfriend is interested too. Thanks!
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    any positions open for italian spanish or arabic? english =boring.
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    I can speak the language of Love.

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    but if you were in japan palm springs would become a lot less gay. but GayNorthernJapan sounds like a cool new SN... decisions decisions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JClemy View Post
    Me and my fiance are currently teaching English in Northern Japan.
    MY FIANCE AND I.

    And you call yourself an english teacher...

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    Thanks Feather.

    Also thank you Quicksand. I knew I made the mistake but I've been hoping no one would notice.

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    My sis will be shooting you an email soon.
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