Wake up in the Land of the Rising Sun and immerse yourself in the futuristic cities, tranquil countryside, and vibrant culture that puts Japan at the top of everyone’s dream holiday list. Walk the bubbly alleys of Tokyo’s Harajuku district or take a step back and explore the historic temples of Kyoto. The balance between modern metropolis and traditional charm is what makes Japan one of the most liveable countries. Renowned for ushering in a new world of technology while rewriting the lunch menu across the globe, this animated nation has evolved into a meticulously precise, quirky, and colourful country.
Japan is a long archipelago and the climate varies depending on the region. Hokkaido is the northernmost island of Japan with long winters and plenty of snowfall, making it somewhat of a snow sports paradise. At the southern end of Japan, Okinawa prefecture savours its long summers with temperatures hovering around 32 degrees. Japan is perhaps most famous, however, for it’s cherry blossom season in spring when the nation is painted with pink petals.
Why Teach with TTI?
- Easy application process completed in three to six weeks.
- Assistance with your application process, Visa, TEFL or TESOL certificate.
- Advice information and resources to support your journey.
- In-country support from our bi-lingual team.
- Partner schools are vetted and well-managed.
- Lower cost of living, great experiences and opportunities to explore.
What You Need
Our schools prefer that you only speak English in class, so you don’t need to learn Japanese before you depart. While some schools may like it if you have previous teaching experience, it is not mandatory. Most of the teaching jobs require a bachelor’s degree in any subject, but there are limited schools who do accept native speakers without a degree. TTI can help you through an easy application process to obtain the Visa, TEFL or TESOL certificate. Once the paperwork is complete, we will help to place you in a school in one of your preferred cities.
Choose Your City, Choose Your Adventure
Nicknamed ‘the nation’s kitchen’, Osaka is famous for cooking up a storm that attracts both local and international tastebuds. You can just about dine your way through this charming city.
Tokyo is a cultural theme park, boasting an endless supply of shopping, entertainment, dining, and culture. Tokyo has something for everyone, so you can make this city your own.
Tucked away in the Northernmost island of Hokkaido, Sapporo has become somewhat of a winter wonderland with it’s annual Snow Festival and close access to the ski fields.
Less than an hour from Kyoto and Osaka, Nara is a treasure trove of history and culture. Explore Japan’s oldest temples, or rub shoulders with some friendly deer at Nara Park.
Step back in time and dive into the history of Japan’s best preserved city. Walk through the legendary Fushimi Inari Shrine and absorb the history of Japan’s Geisha Capital.
Beaches aren’t the first thing to spring to mind when you think of Japan, but that’s about to change when you visit Fukuoka. Let your hair down in this historic harbour town.
How to apply to teach English in Japan
Our Five Step Process
Submit an online application
Phone and video interviews
Sign contract with a school
Apply for a work Visa
Book and fly to Japan