The truth about the JET Program & what it's all about.I am not trying to put JET in a negative light. The JET Program is great for people who want to experience Japan and are nervous to move or get their foot in the door with working in Japan. I learned a lot of life skills before changing jobs and finding my way through this crazy life! I do recommend them. My situation was just...different. #teachinginjapan #lifeinjapan #traveltojapan #JETprogram #myfirsttime #lifeabroad #Japantips :::::♥ ♥::::: LINKS :::::♥ ♥::::: AOMORI APARTMENT VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RecwwxAUrYI DAY 1 of TRAVELING AOMORI (I had pneumonia the whole time XD) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv_nyfi3ydg&t=33s My Old HIROSAKI Blog http://followme2aomori.blogspot.com/ :::::♥ ♥::::: LOVELYZKELLY.COM :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.lovelyzkelly.com/ ::::♥ ♥::::: DONATE :::::♥ ♥::::: Help me pay for trips around Japan and new camera equipment for better content! Paypal: [email protected] :::::♥ ♥::::: SUBTITLES :::::♥ ♥::::: Please help me translate my videos! Subtitles here: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=-AL9yyuWwnI :::::♥ ♥::::: MUSIC :::::♥ ♥::::: Music by Epidemic Sound! http://www.epidemicsound.com :::::♥ ♥::::: SOCIAL MEDIA :::::♥ ♥::::: INSTAGRAM :::::♥ ♥::::: lovelyzkelly TWITTER :::::♥ ♥::::: https://twitter.com/lovelyzkelly FACEBOOK :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.facebook.com/lovelyzkellyofficial ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. Your virtual ticket to Japan ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. Hi! My name is Kelly and I am an English teacher living in Japan! I studied Japanese and education at Michigan State University with a minor in TESOL so I am living the dream! I`m also a singer/songwriter and love to travel and eat lots of yummy food around the world! I post videos about lifestyle, health, and travel. l please don't be afraid to comment on what I can improve on as well as on any travel tips you have or cool places to visit! 皆さん、初めまして。 私の名前はケリーです。 私は東京に住んでいて英語を教えています。 ミシガン州立大学で日本語と教育を専攻していました。 TESOLも勉強したので自分の夢をかなえることが出来ました。 私は日本の生活や旅行についてのビデオを作ります。 歌うことも大好きなのでそれもチャンネルでお見せしますね。 私はYouTubeを始めたばかりなので 何かアドバイスあったらコメントして下さい。 私の生活をシェア出来ることすごくワクワクしてます。 ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. ☆ ----- Contact me for business inquiries or sponsorships! ----- ☆ [email protected] ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.
Views: 58677 LoveLyzKelly
Three months ago I was still going to lectures, cramming essays, and making sure I could graduate; three months later I am standing on the other side of the classroom and formally an English teacher in Japanese elementary + junior high schools and.... WHAAAAAAA? BUT the JET programme (Japan Exchange and Teaching) life is more than just teaching! It's also about taking off your shoes at school, eating the same food as your students, cleaning the school after lunch, and adapting to the Japanese lifestyle in your downtime. You'll have 99 problems settling down in Japan, but the joy of seeing your students smile at you ain't one. PS. For aspiring JETs who are of Asian descent, please check out my video on how it feels to be an Asian foreigner in Japan! Hope it helps you understand what people expect of you and what kind of difficulties you will be going through when you settle in Japan. :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3NYZkUoFnU Don't forget to subscribe for more Japanese shenanigans! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecaradventures Instagram: TheCaradventures
Views: 25662 Caradventures
My year in the JET Programme in Towada, Aomori, Japan Shot in various junior high schools
Views: 8721 aliasyoko
You know I get a 6-digit income here in Japan every month, right? ...... in yen that is. HAHA well. Let's talk about money this week. While the salary for teaching abroad isn't low, it also doesn't mean that I get to save a lot here because there are always, ALWAYS things that happen unexpectedly and cost a fortune. In this video you'll find out how much I really make, spend, and save. I have really come to realize how hard making and saving money is...... adulting is scary. Ft. a detailed list of expenses for daily life in Japan e.g. base salary, insurances, utilities, drinking parties, travels, driving tests, Japanese textbooks etc. To next pay check: why aren't you here already? --- Subscribe to see more Japanese shenanigans! Website: www.caradventuresxo.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecaradventures Instagram: TheCaradventures Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5860273
Views: 35641 Caradventures
Imagine your life in Japan with the JET Programme. Gain valuable overseas work experience, learn about Japanese culture, and meet people from around the world, while contributing to language education and international understanding. The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme offers a minimum, one-year opportunity to experience Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) or Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) through an official Government of Japan program. ALTs work alongside Japanese teachers of English in the public school system, while CIRs are employed in local government offices. Application and further info: http://jetprogramme.ca/
One month until I leave for Japan! The adventure is starting to feel real with placement and pre-departure orientation. ~~~~~~~~ I'm a recent grad from Arizona State University heading to Tokyo to work as an assistant English teacher for the Japanese Exchange & Teaching Program. I'm a gigantic dork with particular interests in sociology, space, Star Trek, and homo sapiens sapiens. If it pleases you, you're welcome to join me in my personal experience of Japan, life, and the Universe!
Views: 313 anifanatical
Hark, recent grads, sabbatical takers, and career changers! Watch this slideshow and decide if you should apply to the JET Program.
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When did you first become interested in Japan?🇯🇵️🎎🎏 This year's JET participants answer this question!🙋♂️🙋♀️ Follow their JETSTORY as they share why they joined the JET Programme! JET Programme Information and Application: http://jetprogramme.ca/apply/
Do you worry you're not prepared enough to live and work in Japan?🤔 Training is an important part of any new job and the JET Programme provides valuable support before you leave for Japan!👩🏫👨🏫 In this instalment of #JETStory, our newest JETs talk about the most useful part of their pre-departure training!👨🎓👩🎓 The 2019 JET Programme application is currently open at http://jetprogramme.ca. Deadline to apply: November 16, 2018.
Meet seven of this year’s cohort and discover why they chose to apply for the JET Programme! 🍜🏯🌸🎐🥋 Follow them over the next few weeks as they share their experiences of preparing for the JET Programme! Apply at http://jetprogramme.ca/apply/
So you've filled in your application and you're ready to go to Japan, now what to pack? Here are all of my tips and tricks on what to bring on your exchange year Read the blog post – http://yonaschuh.com/exchange-japan-what-pack/ ––––– Find me on: Blog – http://yonaschuh.com/ Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/yonaschuh/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/yonaschuh The views in this video are mine. intro music: Ishikari Lore Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ You actually read the description! You get brownie points.
Views: 72 Yona Schuh
Now that's it's been over a month since I've come to Japan, I just wants to share with you guys what's been going on behind the scenes of the happy memories in the videos lol
Views: 503 Sachi’s World
Hi everyone! Today I decided to make a video (mostly) in Japanese talking about my experiences with Japanese high school clubs. I'd briefly talked about it before, but in this video I go into a bit more detail! :) Thanks for watching and don't forget to rate, comment & subscribe! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Me on My Exchange! Instagram: https://instagram.com/dom_oben97/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/domtechn/
Views: 2981 Dom Alex ジャパン
So I made a giant list of things that I wanted to talk about that are good, bad, and in-between with the JET Programme, schools, and life in Japan. I ended up having to make these into separate videos because it was getting too long. This one is about the good and the bad for for the JET Programme. Basically here is how I made my list: THE JET PROGRAMME BAD: - Critical information you won't know until you arrive. (Such as information about your apartment, school, city, etc.) - Subsidized rent could be more fair. - Tokyo Orientation - You can't use medical leave for a bad cold, only for a positive test for the flu. If you have a cold and need days off you'll have to use "Nenkyu: paid days off usually used for vacation or holidays" - No overlap between successor and predecessor. GOOD: - They do ALL the paperwork for you!! - You get to work in Japan and experience Japanese culture! - Tokyo Orientation. - Girls can get menstrual leave paid days off. - Tons of holidays. - you don't need to know Japanese. IN-BETWEEN: - You don't know where you'll be placed. - The pay. - You need a degree. - Tokyo Orientation. - The people you work with. If you have any questions or comments feel free to leave a message! I'll get back to you as soon as I can!
Views: 23869 Jessica Roh
Patti Arroyo sits with former members of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, also known as JET, Scott Clark and Jennifer McFerran as they share their experience in the program and the impact it had on their lives. Original Airdate: October 7, 2018
Views: 60 SMG
A video made during my time as a volunteer Regional Advisor in Ehime, Japan. The video was shown during new-JET orientation in order to give people a feel for what and average day in Japan may look like and how to interact with students and teachers. We also tried to encourage people who watched this video to not be afraid to become active in their community. The video was well-recieved.
Views: 113576 Midwest in the FarEast
About Me: Not your typical JET * Entered the JET Program at 31 years of age * Married JET (wife is Japanese, met in CA) * A native of South Carolina and lived in California for 9 years. * Had been to Japan before JET as a service member in the US Navy. * Had some Japanese ability before JET. * Had professional experience before JET. (US Navy, Business Development with a Japanese food company, and Freight Forwarding). * Slowly worked my way to a licensed K-12 teacher after JET.
Views: 25 Daniel J. Stone
Like my new facebook page for more info! facebook.com/fahadinjapan Follow me on twitter and instagram! @fahadtkhan Email me questions! [email protected] I will be making a series of videos going through the whole process of getting into the JET Program. These are what I believe to be qualifications for the strongest candidate. Look out for videos about the application itself, the interview, what to expect, etc. Let me know if you'd like to see me talk about something specific! Thanks for watching and please like and subscribe if you enjoyed it :)
Views: 19372 Fahad in Japan
Music by https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired/blue-boi Here’s the company I went with for my exchange! http://www.youreducation.co.nz
Views: 518 Lisa Tran
Hello guys! This is a video about my exchange year in Japan and the things i experienced there. I hope you like it and if you have any questions don´t hesitate to ask ;) Video Explanation: The Video starts with the preparation camp in Tokyo and after that i went to school on the next day, soon after that we had the school festival. At that time i also joined dance club. After that i went to Tokyo for the first time with my host family and late also with friends. A few month later we had marathon day, but the exchange students weren´t allowed to run (lucky :D ). At that time i still couldn´t really speak Japanese, even when i already started to understand a little bit. Then it was already the next year and i went to a new year’s party of my Japanese class, where i got the chance to wear a kimono and even try to make Japanese tea. Again few month later, we had a camp in Tokyo again, but not many exchange students came, because it was mostly for sightseeing. At that time the cherry blossom had begun and i went Hanami with some of the other exchange students. Than you can see a small introduction to my school, together with the new German exchange student at my school, also i introduce you to my club (gymnastics), maybe it´s confusing, but i quit dance club and joined the cooking and gymnastic club^^ Already nearly at the end of my year in japan i went to Disney Land with two of my friends, it was really a lot of fun and quite impressive :D After that you can see a typical Japanese school sport festival. And at the end i took you to eat lunch with some of my friends, also one exchange student (China). Used Music: ありがとう - いきものがかり
Views: 53873 Saitajin no Bouken
This is my quant, little Japanese style apartment in Hitachi, Ibaraki prefecture in Japan! I'll be staying here for a month to study at ICU (Ibaraki Christian University) through Fanshawe College! Whoo! 😁 This is awesome! Instagram: technical.issues I don't use too many forms of media for this stuff, sorry! 😁⛩🌸🍙
Views: 679 Twiggly Toni
Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 8020 Where's Stu
Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 5291 Where's Stu
There weren't scary interviewers or that infamous mock lesson question in my interview, BUT there were certainly a few unexpected questions, a Japanese language test, and a few drops of sweat. Got three main parts in this video: 1) What questions I was asked (including the Japanese test Qs) 2) What questions to ask interviewers 3) General tips GOOD LUCK GUYS!!!! :) Subscribe to see more Japanese shenanigans! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecaradventures Instagram: TheCaradventures Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5860273 *My personal website will be up very soon! Stay tuned x
Views: 32003 Caradventures
*From NOW until the 2019 application is due, I am offering my time to read over SOPs, answer any questions you have about The JET Program and living in Japan. Email me at [email protected] if you are interested. Please note, I charge a $25 fee* GET THE GUIDE: 7 Easy Steps To Planning a Trip To Japan on an Insanely Tight Budget: https://wp.me/p5D7QK-ZN Hey! This video is for people that have interviews coming up for the JET program (Japan Exchange and Teaching Program). As you guys know by now, I was in Fukuoka, Japan for two years soooo.....I can say with confidence that I know a bit about how you should present yourself on the interview! I keep it short and sweet! Let me know if you have any specific questions about the interview!! Good luck!!! *********************************************************************** My blog is awesome...just sayin': Thekawaiitraveler.com Want To Get Into The JET Program? My Experience Teaching English: https://youtu.be/Bm_3u5QXALM JET Program Interview Tips: https://youtu.be/BVbuMQnHAZs What to wear As An ALT: https://youtu.be/ZOV_Hzyifg8 An Alternate On The JET Program: https://youtu.be/k8gwRHOhObk Your First Month In Japan: https://youtu.be/bw9HnLTQUCc One Week of Japanese School Lunch: https://youtu.be/qETsQKS0sUA Cleaning in Japan: https://youtu.be/XDJgsktqrFQ Having A Bad Day As An ALT: https://youtu.be/I0CbT9Y3uBM My experience living in japan! 6 Months in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-2o 1 Year in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-5F 1 Year and 6 months in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-63 2 Years in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-cm Make sure you check out TheKawaiiTraveler.com JET Programme Japan Exchange and Teaching Program
Views: 3513 The Kawaii Traveler
I recently participated in a one-week travel and exchange sponsored by Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Travel Bureau. I had lived and worked in Miyagi prefecture in the northeast of Japan (Tohoku) for 2 years from 2005-2007 while on the JET Program (Japan Exchange and Teaching Program). Twenty alumni from this program were selected to return to their communities in the prefectures most affected by the earthquakes and tsunamis that took place in March this year. I have to say the people of Miyagi prefecture never fail to amaze me. The people there have been working hard to get their lives back to normal and in many ways are making their towns and communities even stronger. The kindest and most hospitable people you will meet. The thing that sticks with me most from this trip is the Japanese strong sense of pride and optimism about the future. It truly is a great place and one I highly recommend you consider visiting if ever the chance. Beyond visiting this great area of Japan, I reccommend donating to an organization such as the Japanese Red Cross Society to show your continued support for the Tohoku region. They have set up a special website devoted to the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts here: http://www.jrc.or.jp/eq-japan2011/index.html A couple of places you might want to check out: http://www.city.osaki.miyagi.jp/english/index.html (Informative Osaki City homepage with detailed English information for Iwadeyama and the surrounding towns.) http://www.naruko.gr.jp/ (Naruko Hot Spring Tourism Association website. This is the neighboring town to Iwadeyama. Seen a bit throughout the video. All in Japanese, but provides a lot of pictures of hotels, hot springs, sightseeing, and restaurants as well as contact information. Contact info. for tourism association at the bottom. For good English info. about Naruko Hot Spring visit the Osaki City website mentioned above.) A big thanks to JJ O'Donoghue - producer & editor of the video. The music, "Eternal Hope", is compliments of Kevin MacLeod at http://incompetech.com through creative common licensing. Check out Japan Blog Matsuri this month here: http://amoderngirl.wordpress.com/2011/09/03/september-2011-japan-blog-matsuri-call-for-submissions/ for other good stories and posts like this one on the folloiwng theme, Reasons to Visit Japan.
Views: 4469 mwblodgett
This is Part 1 of the Japanese American Journal program which aired on October 8, 2011 on KTSF. The program focuses on the Japanese Government's Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. Part 1 features Ms. Sumi Kato, Advisor for Educational Affairs and Mr. Peter Weber, JET Program Coordinator from the Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco. The discussion focuses on the history and current state of the JET Program. Japanese American Journal is hosted by Ms. Megumi Inouye. For more information about the JET Program visit the following links: http://www.jetprogramme.org/ http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/ http://www.sf.us.emb-japan.go.jp/jet/index.htm
Views: 2556 Jetcoordinatorsf
The vlog continues after a fairly long hiatus. I'm still an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme and as of yet have not been fired. This episode is a summary of my life in Japan during the month of October 2011. I hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 3539 Where's Stu
On October 21st, 2014, Ambassador Sumio Kusaka co-hosted a Welcome Back Reception for JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program participants who returned to the U.S. this year. CLAIR, New York co-hosted this event at the Ambassador’s residence. Welcome Back Reception for recent JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program returnees / JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) プログラム帰国者歓迎レセプション Consulate General of Japan in New York: http://www.ny.us.emb-japan.go.jp/ Official Twitter account for the Consulate General of Japan in New York: @JapanCons_NY https://twitter.com/JapanCons_NY
Views: 309 CGJNYchannel
Hello again! For new viewers, I am an ALT (Assistant Language Teacher of English) on the JET Program. I was assigned to live in subsidized teachers' housing which was arranged for me when I got this job. The rent is 18,000 yen (about $145) per month. Basically all of the furniture was already here (supplied by my BoE & left by predecessors), but I've added my touch to the place~ I live in the inaka (countryside) of Japan ♡ This was a requested video & I really wanted to make it so I could preserve the memory of this place, since I will be moving to Tokyo in 4 months.. I'm so glad I can hear some of my students playing in the background ; u ; *Review of some of the Japanese words I used in the video: Genkan - entrance area where you remove your shoes Aircon - individual, wall-mounted air conditioning/heating unit Futon - traditional Japanese-style bed that is essentially a big flat pillow that you lay on the floor to sleep on Kotatsu - heated table with blanket Tatami - traditional Japanese flooring made of woven straw *In case you're wondering why there is a really low mirror in the shower - Japanese people usually shower by sitting on a small stool in front of the mirror and then using the shower head to wash their body (you can take the it off of the holder on the wall). *Japan doesn't have central heating, air conditioning or even insulation in many of its buildings! That's why kotatsu, hot baths & aircons are popular here. *In the video, I said I didn't really need the aircon in the living room because I have a kotatsu to keep me warm. That's because, since winter is just now ending, I forgot all about how useful it is in summer when used for cool air - i definitely need it !! ♡ ♡ ♡ Other links: ♡ instagram: @haleyhime ♡ twitter: @haleyhlme ♡ tumblr: haleyhime
Views: 130619 Haley Miller
This is Part 2 of the Japanese American Journal program which aired on October 8, 2011 on KTSF. The program focuses on the Japanese Government's Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. Part 2 features Mr. Alan Mockridge and Mr. James Foley, two former JET Program participants who recently went to Japan on the Tohoku Homecoming Program. This program sent JET program alumni back to the cities and towns that they taught in the Tohoku region of Japan. The northern Tohoku region of Japan was the area most heavily affected by the earthquakes and tsunamis of March 11, 2011. Japanese American Journal is hosted by Ms. Megumi Inouye. For more information about the JET Program visit the following links: http://alanmockridge.com/ http://jamesafoley.com/ http://www.jetprogramme.org/ http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/ http://www.sf.us.emb-japan.go.jp/jet/index.htm
Views: 722 Jetcoordinatorsf
Walk a day in my shoes! This is a pretty standard day for me as an ALT in Japan. As always thanks for checking out the video! Please leave a like, comment, and subscribe if you enjoyed the video! If you wish to contact me or suggest a video to me the best way to contact me is on snapchat or line! Snapchat: Dhamage Line: Dhamage5 Thank You For Watching! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "ROASTING COMMENTERS ON MY MOST POPULAR VIDEO!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaWjGsOVaco -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- #japan #tokyo #unrested #japanese #lifeinjapan #japanvlog #vlog #sharlainjapan #studyjapanese #akasan #BlackInTokyo #BlackInJapan #TheBlackExperienceJapan
Views: 6275 Darren A. Hamilton
☆.。.:*・°☆ My last Vid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1APeqbyBk0E ☆.。.:*・°☆ I felt this video was needed because I had such a hard time finding gifts for my Japanese host family. Whether you’re going to Japan or not I hope I helped you gained a little ideas of what to get your host family! I didn’t realize it was going to be an issue until I had to go get souvenirs. I hope you guys enjoy, Thank you so much for watching more videos coming soon especially when I get to Japan which is less than two weeks! If you have any questions or comments don’t be afraid to email me or leave it in the comments below ☆.。.:*・°☆ Thank you so much for watching ☆.。.:*・°☆ ☆.。.:*・°☆Email or comment if you have questions! ☆.。.:*・ ☆.。.:*・°☆ Email: [email protected] ☆.。.:*・°☆ ☆.。.:*・°☆Follow my Blog www.bellainjapan.com☆.。.:*・°☆ ☆.。.:*・°☆ (I Don’t Own The Music) ☆.。.:*・°☆
Views: 2645 YumeNoTabi
#girlabroad #lifeinjapan #traveltojapan This is episode 1 of Girl Abroad. Sorry it's not an original title but it's the only thing that sounds right for this series. I want to do more vlogs and conquer my fears of vlogging alone. I am alone most of the time and my friends are not always matching up with my schedule but I love watching people and their lives while they're by themselves because it makes me feel ok to be by myself. I want to get healthier, practice self-love, and travel alone more often in these videos. But I want to introduce you to people that aren't Youtubers. So I hope you'll enjoy this series and if they do well I will keep it up! :::::♥ ♥::::: LOVELYZKELLY.COM :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.lovelyzkelly.com/ ::::♥ ♥::::: PATREON/DONATE :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.patreon.com/lovelyzkelly Help me pay for trips around Japan and new camera equipment for better content! Paypal: [email protected] :::::♥ ♥::::: MUSIC :::::♥ ♥::::: Music by Epidemic Sound! http://www.epidemicsound.com :::::♥ ♥::::: SOCIAL MEDIA :::::♥ ♥::::: INSTAGRAM :::::♥ ♥::::: lovelyzkelly TWITTER :::::♥ ♥::::: https://twitter.com/lovelyzkelly FACEBOOK :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.facebook.com/lovelyzkellyofficial ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. Your virtual ticket to Japan ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. Hi! My name is Kelly and I am an English teacher living in Japan! I studied Japanese and education at Michigan State University with a minor in TESOL so I am living the dream! I`m also a singer/songwriter and love to travel and eat lots of yummy food around the world! I post videos about lifestyle, health, and travel. l please don't be afraid to comment on what I can improve on as well as on any travel tips you have or cool places to visit! 皆さん、初めまして。 私の名前はケリーです。 私は東京に住んでいて英語を教えています。 ミシガン州立大学で日本語と教育を専攻していました。 TESOLも勉強したので自分の夢をかなえることが出来ました。 私は日本の生活や旅行についてのビデオを作ります。 歌うことも大好きなのでそれもチャンネルでお見せしますね。 私はYouTubeを始めたばかりなので 何かアドバイスあったらコメントして下さい。 私の生活をシェア出来ることすごくワクワクしてます。 ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. ☆ ----- Contact me for business inquiries or sponsorships! ----- ☆ [email protected] ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.
Views: 734483 LoveLyzKelly
Where are this year's Baylor University seniors headed after graduation? After winning a national Japanese speech contest last year, Gus Holdrich is headed to Japan to work with the JET exchange program as an interpreter/translator. Learn more about the value of a Baylor education at baylor.edu/value.
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I know there are quite a few people who wonder what the expenses are like living in Japan. So this is my little video explaining how I've found the cost of living in Japan over my (almost) one year in Japan. I'm on the JET Programme so I compared my living expenses to the JET salary. Overall, I feel like it's a pretty comfortable life. There is enough to cover my basic expenses and still save/send money home as well as travel a bit. Let me know what your experience is like if you live in Japan. Much love and happy travels xo Meggie Kay - - - - - Other Videos: My Japanese Apartment Tour: https://youtu.be/J9yJ2hfKX5c Takachiho Gorge: https://youtu.be/4HSceK8S8yo Things to See in Osaka: https://youtu.be/5xMy7gSPFBQ - - - - - Find more adventures on my blog: http://nomadicmeg.com Like me on Facebook: http://facebook.com/NomadicMeg Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/meggiekay Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/heymeggiekay - - - - - Music from the YouTube Audio Library - - - - - Hey! I'm Meggie Kay! I'm a travel and lifestyle vlogger/blogger. I'm just a 20-something Canadian girl who loves to explore the world. But more than that, I'm a serial expat and who loves to share my travels and life in foreign countries. So far I've lived in the USA, Germany, Singapore, and New Zealand and currently living in Japan. Join in on the adventure!
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