Japan is still a relatively closed, homogeneous society with a very low percentage of foreigners (only 1.7% foreigners, of which 3/4 are Chinese and Koreans). Social behavior in Japan is significantly different from Western and neighboring Asian countries. The Japanese have a strong awareness of being different, which is often difficult for foreigners to understand, especially on the deeper cultural level, which determines thought and action. This is usually only noticed if you spend a longer time with Japanese people.
Locations in Japan
Activities in Japan
You can find details about Working Holidays in Tokyo here. We also arrange Working Holiday jobs on farms, in traditional Japanese hotels (ryokans), in ski resorts, and on Sado Island (hotels, farms, fishing).
Internships & Volunteering
You can find details about Language Lessons here.