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Shared Houses : Teaching English and Share house! come country side and get relax!
Poster : mimichan on 2017-05-24 16:22:14 (303 reads)

LOOKING FOR A VOLUNTEER TO START AT THE BEGINNING OF JUNE!

I will offer you
1.A house to live in(You can have own room)?I will NOT be offering meals.
2. Free FAST wifi
2.Learn SHODO twice a week (Japanese calligraphy) for free. (my mother is a teacher of calligraphy)
3.Learn KARATE twice a week (Gojyu style) for free.(my father is a teacher of Karate)
?My parents live close to my house.
4. Free use of 2 bicycles to get around town, use of my washing machine, and access to my kitchen

This listing is for those who will be able to stay more than 2 months.
I am looking for someone who can come to help me, It will be available from beginning of June. Couples are welcome to apply!

Hi to the world!

I have spent the past 8 years living all over Europe, Australia, and New Zealand and I have returned to my hometown to start an English language school in Mie Prefecture. I would like the people of my rural town to experience speaking with foreigners and the culture of your country. I am looking for a friend who loves talking about culture and would like to share their experiences with Japanese people and who is good with kids. You do not need previous English teaching experience, just a willingness to talk with locals.

I ask my volunteers to help 3 hours per day for 5 days a week. During this time, you will be talking with students, preparing for lessons, and helping with tasks around the house.

The house is located in a small town. However, you can reach a convenience store, a super market and a 100 yen shop just 10 minutes away by foot, or you can use a bike which will take about 5 minutes.

The closest train station is 10 minutes by bike. You will have off 2 days a week, so you can explore many places. Nara and Osaka are about 2 hours away by train and Kyoto is 3 hours.

There are some famous places in Mie. Iga-Ninja, Ise-shrine, Matsusaka meat, Kumanoko road(world heritage), Mikimoto pearl Island, Suzuka circuit(a race track) and etc... even though it's quite country side, you can still go many places.

If you have a working holiday visa or student visa any visa to be able to work in Japan let me know!

Thank you for reading this, and if you are interested please send me a message!


Type of help
Gardening
General Maintenance
Help in the house
Language practice
Art project
Other
Teaching


Working time
?5days in a week, 3hours per day.
--Talk session hours--
?Tue - Sat: 3 hours
?Sun and Mon are free

The purpose of this helpx is about cultural exchange. I used to live in 6 different countries and shared houses with a lot of people. Therefore, I would like to give Japanese people a chance to have similar experiences. Even though people can not speak English well, they will still be able to communicate with you.
If you would like to make Japanese local friends it would be good place for you! You can go out with my students and my neighbors!
Anyway, I have many ideas to do so, so if you are interested send me a message please.


Languages spoken
English, French and Japanese


Accommodation
It is a small house with 4 rooms, 1 kitchen, 1 living room, 1toilette and one bathroom share with maximum 4people.
There is a bike.


What else ...
The nearest train station is 20mins by walk.
To get Osaka 2hours by train.
To get Nagoya 1 and 30mins by train.
To get Tsu ferry station from Nagoya airport (centrea) is 40mins by ferry. ( I can come to pick you up Matsusaka station)

Thank you for reading this, and if you are interested please send me a message!



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