Location
  • Japan
Length
52+ weeks
Classroom Audience
Elementary Middle School High School

Program Details

Job Type
Government
Classroom Audience
Elementary Middle School High School
Age Min.
21
Age Max
35

Pricing

Salary / Benefits
$1700-1800 per month
Low working hours
Full teacher training and support
Group of applicants to share the experience with
Starting Price
1200
Price Details
- Fully accredited 120 Hour Advanced TEFL course - online before arrival in Japan
- Japanese language lessons
- Guaranteed job teaching English in a Japanese Public School
- Teacher training and induction in Tokyo
- Monthly salary between £1300-1400 for first time teachers
- Group chat with other applicants
- Work permit/visa assistance 
- Full pre & post departure support 
- Arrival assistance 
What's Included
Some Accommodation Some Activities Airport Transfers Meals Some Meals SIM cards Transportation Visa
Jul 06, 2023
Jul 08, 2023
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About Program

TFT accompanies you every step of the way, from the moment you join until your final day in Japan. Our experienced team will guide you through the entire process and provide unwavering support whenever you require it. Throughout this journey, you'll have the opportunity to connect with a diverse group of graduates from across the globe.

Immerse yourself in the exciting and engaging world of teaching, while fully embracing Japanese culture. We'll place you in a reputable modern-day school, where classes typically consist of 30-40 students. As an assistant teacher, you can expect to spend approximately 20 hours per week in the classroom. We strive to tailor the experience to your specific preferences, whether you seek to enhance your teaching skills, enrich your CV, or fulfill items on your bucket list.

Our positions are mainly across the Kanto region (Ibaraki, Chiba, Tokyo, Saitama, Gunma, Tochigi)

Explore the details of our comprehensive package and find out how to apply.

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Diversity & Inclusion

BIPOC Support

At The Fewer Things, our commitment is steadfast: to foster an environment where every individual feels seen and heard. As we navigate opportunities across Asia, we emphasize the importance of understanding and appreciating the distinct narratives and experiences of the BIPOC community. Whether it's teaching, cultural immersion, or volunteering, we ensure that people of color not only have a seat at the table but are also integral to our mission's success. With The Fewer Things, you're not just joining a program — you're becoming part of a community that values diversity at its core.

LGBTQIA+ Support

At The Fewer Things, we prioritize a culture of inclusivity. Our operations across Asia are rooted in recognizing and respecting the unique identities and experiences of all participants. We believe in offering opportunities without boundaries, ensuring everyone—regardless of race, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or ability—feels valued. For those in the LGBTQIA+ community seeking teaching, cultural immersion, or volunteering roles: know that The Fewer Things stands with you

Neurodivergent Support

At The Fewer Things, we embrace the unique insights and contributions of neurodivergent individuals. While we offer tailored support and an inclusive environment tailored to diverse cognitive experiences, it's important to note that specific country visa and work permit requirements may apply. Regardless, we're dedicated to guiding each participant through the necessary processes, ensuring they have a supportive and enriching journey throughout our programs in Asia.

Accessibility Support

At The Fewer Things, inclusivity and accessibility form the backbone of our operations. Our programs across Asia are designed to accommodate participants with physical disabilities or chronic conditions. While specific country visa requirements may exist, we provide comprehensive guidance to each applicant, ensuring their well-being, seamless integration, and a fulfilling experience throughout their journey with us.

Impact

Sustainability

At The Fewer Things, we operate with a conscious commitment to sustainability at the forefront of our programs across Asia. Understanding the profound weight of our actions, we meticulously design our initiatives to yield a net positive contribution to local communities and environments. Every decision we make, from program creation to execution, aims to balance and exceed any negative impact, championing an ethical and sustainable approach

Ethical Impact

At The Fewer Things, our approach to ethical programming is deeply rooted in mutual respect and reciprocity. We ensure that while our participants gain enriching experiences, host communities in Asia are empowered, their environments protected, and their cultural heritage upheld. This holistic approach safeguards the authenticity of experiences for future travelers, all the while championing the well-being and growth of our host communities.

Program Highlights

  • Urban & regional locations to choose from
  • Great work life balance
  • 3-5 weeks summer break + 2 week winter break
  • Great salary and benefits
  • Japanese language classes

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Kara
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Yes, I recommend this program

ALT Life In Japan

Japan is a wonderful place for people new to the field of education and teaching! Typical working hours are roughly 40 hours per week. The pay could be better, but it is enough to live on. The benefits/ insurance are wonderful! Japan has a large expat community, so it's easy to find like minded friends! The country is extremely safe and welcoming. Public transportation is amazing here, the country is so accessible even if you are in a non-driving position. Be prepared to try new foods, see new sights, and have an adventure of a lifetime!

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