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As the world's third economic powerhouse, Japan is a key business and trade actor in Asia. It thus attracts expatriates in large numbers, including students and investors.

If you wish to discover ancient cultures and traditions along with beautiful breathtaking landscapes, the "Land of the Rising Sun" may be the ideal place for you. Indeed, Japan provides job opportunities for expatriates at all levels.

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Osaka is known to be Japan's economic center. Its economy is mainly based on industry, electronics and trade.

Kyoto's economy is essentially based on the electronics industry. Other sectors with employment potential are high technology and tourism, etc.

You can drive in Japan with your international driver's licence, except if your home country has an exchange agreement with Japan.

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Zarbaraki

2 months ago

I came to Japan after graduating with a social science degree and an anxious sense of "what do I do with my life?". Somehow I'm still here and haven't yet figured it out. This blog ranges from my experiences on the JET program, where I was placed in Ibaraki prefecture in 2013, to where I currently am: a salarywoman in Tokyo. This blog is a collection of my embarrassing misadventures and is in the tone of "the voice in your head" in the key of "a whiny sarcastic British person".

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9 months ago

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11 months ago

I enjoy exploring the 99% of Japan that most guidebooks and websites don't talk about. Why don't they? Maybe because they are too mysterious, too scary or simply too remote. The truth is that those places are so enchanting that it is difficult to come back. I am sharing those special places with you.

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