Ganbatte Means Go For It!
Or How to Become an English Teacher in Japan
By Celeste Heiter
Packed with information and advice on getting a job, moving to Japan, succeeding in your new job and environment and enjoying your stay.
Includes sections on:
- The Contemporary Job Market
- Researching from Home
- Landing a Job in Japan
- Getting a Work Visa
- An Extensive List of Resources
- Bibliography and Webliography
- and more
With her lifelong love of Japan, its people, and its culture, Celeste Heiter believes that she may have been Japanese in a previous incarnation. Inspired by a lifelong dream to visit the Great Buddha at Kamakura, she moved to Tokyo in 1988, where she spent two years teaching English conversation. Celeste now makes her home in California’s beautiful Napa Valley, with the most treasured souvenir of her life in Japan: her son Will. She is the author of Vignettes of Japan, Ganbatte Means Go For It, The Sushi Book, and Five Seven Five. She writes about her adventures in Asian food and film on her blog, Chopstick Cinema.
2002, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches; 158 pages; paperback