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Got questions? Need advice? Overwhelmed with your itinerary? Want to share your travel tips and experiences in Japan? Then this is the place for you! /r/JapanTravel is for any and all looking to visit Japan as a tourist — including those who have already been.
ARE YOU A JET? DO YOU TEACH ENGLISH? ARE YOU LEARNING JAPANESE? DO YOU EVEN LIFT!? I'M NOT SURE IF YOU BELONG HERE. I'M MORE JAPANESE THAN ANY OF YOU, EVEN IF YOU'RE JAPANESE. MY JAPANESE FRIENDS SAID I'M MORE JAPANESE THAN JAPANESE PEOPLE, AFTER I SAID "ARIGATO" WHEN SOMEONE POURED ME MY DRINK AND I POURED THEIRS. GET ON MY LEVEL!
This subreddit is a place to discuss the various aspects related to teaching in Japan. The main focus on this sub is to provide space for teachers to discuss various aspects of their jobs and industry in greater depth than other forums provide. All are welcome to participate, and we hope to be a great resource for teachers new and experienced. However, we ask that users pay close attention to the various rules before posting.
Welcome to /r/singapore the reddit home of the country Singapore. The Republic of Singapore, is a Southeast Asian city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 137 kilometres (85 mi) north of the equator. An island country made up of 63 islands, it is separated from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor to its north and from Indonesia's Riau Islands by the Singapore Strait to its south. Singapore is highly urbanised but almost half of the country is covered by greenery.
r/translator is *the* community for Reddit translation requests. Need something translated? Post here! We will help you translate any language, including Japanese, Chinese, German, Arabic, and many others. If you speak more than one language - especially rare ones - and want to put your multilingual skills to use, come join us!
/r/photography is a place to discuss the tools, technique and culture of photography. This is not a good place to simply share cool photos or promote your work, but rather a place to discuss photography as an art and post things that would be of interest to other photographers.
Let's talk Japanese music. The goal is to be as far-reaching as possible, so that we can all share in our knowledge of the best music that Japan has to offer. Maybe you're a fan of classic rock? Or hip-hop? Contemporary pop? Traditional music? Noise and other experiments? You name it: we're interested.