Travelling to Japan on a budget, and also want to learn fluent Japanese? In this episode I chat to Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics and Language Education, Nathanael Rudolph. Nat and I worked together teaching English in Kyoto, Japan (he still lives in Japan) and he shares some of his insights into how a language learner can become more proficient and why there will always be roles for English Teachers in Japan. As a resident of Japan he also shares his tips on travelling Japan with a family, on a budget, and most importantly, how to ensure you have a diverse and culturally rich, Japanese experience.
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