Japanese Apartment Video

Video Contents

  • Doing laundry in Japan
  • Living next to to a train line
  • The living room
  • Typical furnishings found
  • Out on the balcony
  • My toilet has a built in sink!
  • My bedroom and I love futons!
  • Can I get more closet space please!
  • Look at my awesome vacuum!
  • Oh by the way, I have internet access
  • Sliding Japanese doors and more

Plus each guest gets to answer the burning question of "What's the best and worst thing about your apartment?"

Just click on the arrow to play this video. If you have a dial up or slower Internet connection, click on the pause button after starting the video and let it load all the way so the video plays through without any problems.

One thing to note regarding Jets and Alts who take over after the other teacher has left is that a lot of what you'll find in your apartment will be "inherited" from what the other teacher has either bought, found in the trash, or "inherited" from someone else - as this video attests to. Hand-be-downs definitely help with containing start-up costs. Savvy teachers might want to jump on the internet and look for "sayonara sales" to help in furnishing their apartments on the cheap.


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