I have a good news for myself. Actually I passed JLPT N1. JLPT is Japanese-Language Proficiency test. The test has 5 levels. N1~ N5. N1 is the hardest level. In Japan, jobs hunting and universities' entrance, you need at least N2. Usually you can pass N2 just only study japanese for 1 years, but you need to work hard.
I finished one month's training in Sakura hotel Nippori and from September I am in Sakura hotel Ikebukuro for a while!!
Please let me introduce myself once again. I worked as a sale representative in electrical sector for 5 years and I left my job the reason I wanted to stay in a English speaking country in Europe. I chose Dublin, Ireland because many Japanese choose the UK so I thought it was better for me to live an unfamiliar country for me.I lived there between July 2017 and June 2018.
Ireland is really really beautiful country!! They have magnificent nature, friendly people, good beer (Not to mention GUINNESS !!), accessible transportation for other European countries and many good milk products from Irish cows and sheep!!? I absolutely recommend visiting Ireland in your life!!
After I came home, I applied for Sakura hotel as I'm interested in service sector, especially for guests from overseas. As you know, many foreign tourists come to Sakura hotels & hostel, as well as Sakura cafe so I'm very happy about meeting new people from all over the world.
Please check my picture I took in Ireland(Cliffs of moher) . I 'm very happy to talk about foreign countries and of course your country!! Please contact me when you're in Sakura hotel Ikebukuro?.