Web site for the people looking for a job as English teachers

Interested in Teaching English in Japan?

Teaching Jobs in Japan (TJJ) home page helps you to find out all anout English teaching jobs in Japan.

Is it a fascination with the culture of this unique country in Asia?
Is it about earning a nice salary in a respected position?
Or, is it what the fortune teller told you to do?

There are many different reasons why people decide to teach English in Japan.
If you have not really thought about it, someone will ask you sooner or later.
But in here, let’s talk about what this job can do for you.

Teaching English can help you grow as a person.
It can give you the opportunity to understand the importance and challenges of communication.
It can make you a more considerate and patient person.
Supporting and encouraging students with different personalities, abilities and background on a regular basis is a great way to broaden your horizons.

Teaching English can give you physical, psychological and financial freedom to explore Japan, and a new outlook on life.

Teaching English can give you a valuable chance to connect to amazing people who may help you fulfill your dreams.

English teaching jobs have many advantages, giving you a range of skills that will stay with you for a life time. Seriously, we believe that is the beauty of this job.

On this website, we would like to help you find out all about English teaching jobs at English conversation schools (Eikaiwa) in Japan. There are over 65,000 English teachers working in Japan, and English conversation or “Eikaiwa” is estimated to be a multi-trillion dollar industry.
Understanding the industry well is the key to success for both newcomers and those considering changing workplaces.

We would like all English teachers to enjoy teaching with secure contract packages in a friendly environment. Please browse the pages below for useful information.


There are few things you need to know about EIKAIWA.


EIKAIWA is one of the most popular English teaching insitutes in Japan. Many people start their teaching career from more


Visa for teaching English in EIKAIWA (English conversation schools)


Japan's immigration laws require you to have a bachelor’s degree (in any subject) to be eligible for a work visa. If you have a degree, and your native language is more


Choosing the right EIKAIWA for you.

choosing the right EIKAIWA

So you have decided to move to Japan to teach English !! It is definitely nice to have a job arranged before you arrive. There are a few giant chain schools such as ECC or AEON that have recruiting offices overseas. But many of you will more