Types of Part time Work Available for Students

5 April 2019 / Comments: 0

If you are a foreign student coming to Japan, you are allowed to work 28 hours a week for regular school days and 40 hours a week for long school holidays such as Spring or Summer break as mandated by

How to keep on track on studying Japanese

31 March 2019 / Comments: 0

If you made it this far, Congratulations! You are now settled in Japan with a part time job and studying everyday for the next 1-2 years of your life. Imagine this will be your routine from now on. Remember not

Things you should NOT buy in 100 yen shop

26 March 2019 / Comments: 0

One of the popular destination for both tourists and locals is the “100 Yen shop”. You can buy almost everything in these shops and it’s almost impossible to leave the shop empty handed. Shops like Daiso, Seria and Lawson 100

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Start Learning Japanese in Japan this October

26 March 2018 / Comments: 0
Apply * until April 13 and get your school‘s application fees for free and … get a free hanko     * For programs of 12 months or more starting in October. Subject to vacancy.   Contact us: info@motivistjapan.com     © 2018 Motivist Japan All Right Reserved
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Coming to Japan to learn Japanese

29 January 2018 / Comments: 0

Hi, my name is Jopete, a Computer Science (IT) professional from the Philippines, currently in Japan on a Student Visa and enrolled in Makuhari Japanese Language School to learn one of the most famous learned languages worldwide – Japanese.
Why Japan 

Japanese Food “Oden” – Fall and Winter Favorites

1 December 2017 / Comments: 0

This week’s weather was quite warm for November, but when it is a little bit colder, everyone starts thinking about eating something hot, like “oden”, or going to Japanese onsen, or simply putting on something warm and getting under a