Sunday, 17 March 2019


Happy St Patrick's Day to all our Irish Teachers, Students and people who might care about St Paddy's day (i.e. people who like a drink). Have fun!

And if you're looking for an Irish teacher in Japan to share some English language lessons over a Guinness or a coffee,  here's one currently looking for students....


Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Featured Teacher Page

Hello teachers living and teaching in Japan

OrangoTeacher, the teacher student introduction site has set up a new featured teacher page. It allows some of our teachers to present a bit more information about themselves and answer a few questions about their life in Japan. 

Our first featured teacher was Joe from England, an English teacher living in Tokyo. OrangoTeacher plans to feature a language teacher living and teaching in Japan every week. 

Our featured teacher page can be found here.

We'll be running a new featured teacher section every week so if you fancy being a featured teacher and getting yourself some more exposure, get in touch with us.  

Anyway, enjoy teaching in Japan and stay safe!

Thursday, 31 January 2019

British Teachers in Japan - Watch the 6 Nations!

 Rugby Six Nations

Scots, English, Irish, Welsh, French and Italian Language Teachers!

To get you warmed up for the Rugby World Cup in Japan this year, why not enjoy your weekend watching the 6 nations and one of the many sports bars in Japan.

Check out the fixtures here


And places to watch the game in Tokyo here .

Saturday, 26 January 2019

Happy Burns Night to our Scottish Teachers in Japan!

Aye Laddie it's Burns Night! So where to go for your Haggis, Neeps and Tatties in Japan?


Indeed, it's the biggest day in the Scottish holiday calendar and it falls on a Friday, so put your kilt on and head of for some drams and the closest thing you'll find to Scottish food in Japan. 

BrewDog Bar in Roppongi,  Tokyo have what they call a Scottish Haggis Tower. Seems close enough. Here's their menu...

Scottish teachers or English,Scots or Gaelic, sign up with OrangoTeacher to allow you to teach private lessons to students in Japan. Gies you a few mair bob tae help ye git the nicht! 

And if you're looking for a Scots teacher to help you translate your Burns poetry,  you can find them on OrangoJapan.

Happy Burns Night!

Thursday, 13 December 2018

Teaching Languages in Japan

Teaching in Japan Duders!

Teachers and ex-pats living in Japan? Are you interested in finding private students to teach English or your native language to? If so, go to and upload your teaching details. 

Students will then get in touch with you. No charge for teachers. Happy teaching!