Assistant Language Teacher Video

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A nice an intimate look into a typical apartment.
Morning breakfast of Fruitloops and a traditional Japanese bath.
A honest look into what teaching free-lance typically involves.
A look at Japan’s version of the convenience store 7/11.
A quick lunch of “Cup a Noodle."
Riding your bicycle to work.
Meet the Assistant Language Teacher's students and co-workers.
Back home at 10:30.

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(Brief note: When our gracious host says "there isn’t any hot water," he means to say there isn’t a “hot water tank.” Most Japanese homes and apartments uses an “inline gas pack “ on the outside or inside of the house for endless hot water.)

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And now comments on it

You know, some people would look at this and say "Pfft, that is one harsh life", but it really is a simple, hardly idle lifestyle, and it seems to have it's rewards in the course of your day. I've yet to get a BA, still working on it, but this is definitely something I've wanted to do.

18 dollars for a full tank of gas!

kawaii sugiiiii

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