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My life in Japan

I love going out to famous locations.

  • Wisitkard Hathaiwinee
  • Wisitkard Hathaiwinee
    Thailand
  • On my days off, I often go and visit various famous places in Japan.
    Recently, I went to see Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest building in Japan. Someday, I'd also like to go to Hokkaido and Kyoto.

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Wisitkard Hathaiwinee

I kill two birds with one stone as an English teacher for part time work on my days off.

  • Gangone Pietro
  • Gangone Pietro
    Italy
  • On my days off, I work part time teaching English to Japanese students.

    While I'm an English teacher, I also often learn some Japanese from my students.

Gangone Pietro

I love just relaxing in my room on my days off.

  • JIN QIONG AI
  • 金?愛 (JIN QIONG AI)
    China
  • I spend a lot of my days off at home.

    I spend my time doing laundry, cleaning and other household activities. Then I rent DVDs and enjoy watching movies.

JIN QIONG AI

My weekdays are busy with school and work.

    • Nguyen Tien Tam
    • Nguyen Tien Tam
      Vietnam
My schedule is pretty tight on weekdays.
For that reason, on my days off, I mainly spend my time relaxing at home. In the afternoons I leisurely do my homework and study. Sometimes I play soccer with friends from work and speak in Japanese with Japanese friends

Nguyen Tien Tam

I got lots of friends from various countries, in addition to Japanese language acquisition.

  • WU CHIN-I
  • 呉勁? (WU CHIN-I)
    Taiwan
  • I learned about Akamonkai from my friend. School facilities are well equipped, and since diverse range of students are studying at Akamonkai, I can get to know students from various countries.
    I want to learn not only Japanese language, but also Japanese culture and business.
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