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Delafro is in Machida -- not too far from Tokyo.CaptainAmazing wrote:Delafro- I dont know any japanese people in my area, Nor do I really know anyone except for Gaijin at the moment who is currently living in Japan.
And getting worse by the day. I'd avoid Roppongi if I was you, or anyone else. It's a shithole. I know a lot of people like to stay at Hotel Sakura. It's in Jinbocho I believe, which isn't far from Akihabara, and is realtively cheap. They've also got English speaking staff (and an English website). Just google it.so far it seems like there is alot of places to stay in Roppongi (although from browsing on the web it seems that alot of people say this area is quite scumy.....)
Well, I started off teaching English, with no computer degree, and eventually got an IT job. I worked my way up that ladder, and am in such a good job now, I'm willing to leave Japan to keep it. When you want to "get in" teaching English is by far the easiest. Do that for a year or so, make some contacts, get your name out there, and get a real job -- I think you'll find that's what most local hires here did. LMK when your dates are a bit more solidified.Any advice you can give a young guy who cant speak or read Japanese (Im learning right now)? Where is a cheap area to live? how hard is it to find a job if your a Gaijin? So far Ive been told my best bet is teaching english somewhere.....although I do have a degree in computer networking/web design/hardware & operating systems.
Rade wrote:Finally received a reply by posting in a thread at that Gaijin forum:
Well, Tenya can be if you're at all into tempura. There's an Italian Tomato on one of the back streets, though. P.S. The smiley have Down's Syndrome or something?Gaijin Punch wrote:I don't eat meat, and none of those places sound vegetarian.Which is it? Pepper Lunch, Tenya, or Kyushu Jangara?
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