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I was based in Osaka, pero traveling to Tokyo, Nagoya and even Hiroshima for those business trips....

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    I was based in Osaka, pero traveling to Tokyo, Nagoya and even Hiroshima for those business trips.

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    grabeh jud ni mga pinoy ka talented... nice job brod...

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    wow! mga gahi naman diay mo... but for example ganahan ko mu apply og work sa japan, how do i do that?

    @pepponeskie unsay diay field of work nimo? just wondering...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dOrangeNdPink View Post
    wow! mga gahi naman diay mo... but for example ganahan ko mu apply og work sa japan, how do i do that?

    @pepponeskie unsay diay field of work nimo? just wondering...
    naay agency dinha sa pinas example speed agency naa dapit sa capitol ug naa sad sa colon dinha sa babaw sa baligyanan ug motor nga atbang sa gaisano main...kana nga mga agency specializes in sending applicants to japan...pero i don't know if nag exist pa ba na karon...

    pero I tell you, entering Japan is not that easy kay they don't want to adapt the open-city-like policy. You cannot see many foreign workers in Japan.

    my job was a mechanical design engineer for those conveyors used in automotive industries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepponeskie View Post
    naay agency dinha sa pinas example speed agency naa dapit sa capitol ug naa sad sa colon dinha sa babaw sa baligyanan ug motor nga atbang sa gaisano main...kana nga mga agency specializes in sending applicants to japan...pero i don't know if nag exist pa ba na karon...

    pero I tell you, entering Japan is not that easy kay they don't want to adapt the open-city-like policy. You cannot see many foreign workers in Japan.

    my job was a mechanical design engineer for those conveyors used in automotive industries.
    thanks for the info... so dli diay na muwork if online lang ka muapply?

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    ^ i have no idea kung mo work ba na online. I never tried sad, kay di nko ganahan mo work ug balik didto.

    pero see to it nga capable ka sa imong gi applyan, first and foremost learn the Nihonggo very well kay walay gamit imong english didto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepponeskie View Post
    ^ i have no idea kung mo work ba na online. I never tried sad, kay di nko ganahan mo work ug balik didto.

    pero see to it nga capable ka sa imong gi applyan, first and foremost learn the Nihonggo very well kay walay gamit imong english didto.
    thanks! expert jd kaau si master pepponeskie oi XD but naa ko nadugnan naay mga foreign companies na naa sa japan (dli japanese ang management) pde ra daw dli need ang Nihonggo... is it true?

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    i've also worked and stayed in japan for 6 months... grabe na experience but at least i've learned a different culture....and hard work.... i could not imagine staying there longer than the 6 months. Good thing my other half was there with me during the experience. arab countries are way better than japan.. sako lang na opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spike412 View Post
    i've also worked and stayed in japan for 6 months... grabe na experience but at least i've learned a different culture....and hard work.... i could not imagine staying there longer than the 6 months. Good thing my other half was there with me during the experience. arab countries are way better than japan.. sako lang na opinion.
    unsay work nimo ngad2 master spike412?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dOrangeNdPink View Post
    thanks! expert jd kaau si master pepponeskie oi XD but naa ko nadugnan naay mga foreign companies na naa sa japan (dli japanese ang management) pde ra daw dli need ang Nihonggo... is it true?
    assuming nga ang foreign companies tanang empleyado foreigner (which is imposible kaau, pero assume lang ta)...ok na, dili lisud mo trabaho kay english tanang sotrya...

    pero inig gawas nimo sa trabaho ang imong makita hinapon unya di ka magtoon ug nihonggo maunsa man ka inig palit nimo sa imong gusto? inig sakay nimo sa train? kung magpahospital ka, etc....

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