So I do actually work while in Japan! This is my school, Mutsumi, one of the smallest schools with a student population of about 120.
I have survived my first week of introduction lessons and getting the lay of the land. Looking forward to the next few weeks working with some sweet kids before I leave here and head to my second school of the year in October.
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Read more about Diana’s adventures and life in Yachiyo City:
Life in Yachiyo City, Japan
I get my own shoe locker! Here in Japan we wear “inside shoes” at school and so will change shoes after arriving.