How can I live and work in Japan without teaching English?

I am a Canadian citizen and dream of living in Japan but I DO NOT WANT TO BE AN ENGLISH TEACHER like everyone else does. Please help me. How do I get a VISA without an arranged marriage?

Asked By: tokyocraze - 7/7/2006
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You got the wrong idea that everyone ends up teaching English I guess, but I don't say it is not very helpful,, not all ends up teaching English anyways but it might be your first steps until you find the job that you really wants... More
Answered By: Nyl - 7/7/2006
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Some of my friends went their on restaurant working visas. you also get visas for working in pubs, bars, and discos.
Answered By: president - 7/7/2006
By learning Japanese, and learning a useful skill. Even then, it will be hard. The Japanese gov't issues about 10,000 work visas each year, and the majority are given to Chinese/Korean employees of Japanese companies, or work for the Japanese branch of a foreign company... More
Answered By: hokugi - 7/7/2006
I guess there are some job hunting website in English, aren't there? Check them out. Also check following sites.
Answered By: Joriental - 7/7/2006
Provided that you are female, you could work as a hostess in a hostess bar. A hostess is a woman who works at a bar and acts as an adoring date to the clientele; smiles cheerfully, lights his cigarettes, laughs at his jokes, acts interested in him; nothing "naughty" necessarily. Check out this website below. The... More
Answered By: giddhom - 7/7/2006
Hahaha.. maybe u can do something else then? In the IT department... its big there... ☆
Answered By: ☆The-Siren - 7/7/2006
Lots of good answers above... More
Answered By: GuamGuy - 7/8/2006
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