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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 12:31pm On Nov 03, 2018
beatmonster:
which programming skills/niche are in high demand in Japan sir?

Do they easily hire foreigners?

I’m not that or related field. However the friends talk highly of IT sector although long working hours and top notch competition is real.

Hiring foreigners really depends. But if you’re a hardworking upright person with a Japanese university education you should be good b
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 12:35pm On Nov 03, 2018
beatmonster:


tips on marrying a Japanese lady Sir?

Just like any other women. Only difference is don’t try to impress them with your financial richness rather character/ personality/humanity richness
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 12:46pm On Nov 03, 2018
id911:


Alright Sir! We will wait even beyond Monday or anytime you're able to get relevant info that could be of help. I learnt Japanese don't really mix with people of other race and there are very few blacks in the country. Are they receptive to blacks and could you share your experience about the country when you arrived?

Foreigners in Japan make a insignificant less than 2%. Blacks even among foreigners are negligible. Africans among blacks shared. Majority of those Africans are students. The blacks like me residing permanently here is countable.
Majority of japanese people have never interacted with foreigners. The information is from mass media which unfortunately hardly report positives. So creating an innocent overall prejudice. But when you deal with individuals one to one, they are the greatest people you will ever live among.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 7:23am On Nov 04, 2018
komia:


Foreigners in Japan make a insignificant less than 2%. Blacks even among foreigners are negligible. Africans among blacks shared. Majority of those Africans are students. The blacks like me residing permanently here is countable.
Majority of japanese people have never interacted with foreigners. The information is from mass media which unfortunately hardly report positives. So creating an innocent overall prejudice. But when you deal with individuals one to one, they are the greatest people you will ever live among.

You are married to J woman arent you cheesy cheesy angry angry
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 11:59am On Nov 04, 2018
moonraker:


You are married to J woman arent you cheesy cheesy angry angry

Yep. Just celebrated 15th anniversary

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by id911: 12:45pm On Nov 04, 2018
komia:


Foreigners in Japan make a insignificant less than 2%. Blacks even among foreigners are negligible. Africans among blacks shared. Majority of those Africans are students. The blacks like me residing permanently here is countable.
Majority of japanese people have never interacted with foreigners. The information is from mass media which unfortunately hardly report positives. So creating an innocent overall prejudice. But when you deal with individuals one to one, they are the greatest people you will ever live among.

Oh, that's quite encouraging
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 2:28pm On Nov 04, 2018
komia:


Yep. Just celebrated 15th anniversary

congrats... my man...

we should meet up sometime....
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by beatmonster: 4:19pm On Nov 04, 2018
komia:


Yep. Just celebrated 15th anniversary

congrats senior man
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by NaotoKan: 6:59pm On Nov 04, 2018
komia:


Yep. Just celebrated 15th anniversary

When I grow up, I would want to be like you. cheesy

Congratulations. cool

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by NaotoKan: 7:01pm On Nov 04, 2018
davodyguy:

Surprising though.

I know it's 7 hours during my stay in Tokyo, but time zone in Sydney too changes around 1st october every year

My bad. See my post 3 years ago


No worries.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 11:15pm On Nov 04, 2018
Trainee visa General Requirements

The technology, skills, or knowledge that the Applicant intends to obtain in Japan should not be of a type obtained mostly through the repetition of simple work.

The Applicant must be at least 18 years of age.

It should be expected that the Applicant will apply the technology, skills, or knowledge obtained in Japan after returning to her country.

The technology, skills, or knowledge the Applicant intends to obtain in Japan must be difficult or impossible to obtain in the region where he resides.

A recruitment agency facilitates the process by introducing potential applicants to the host training company. I tried checking out on such an agent specifically for Nigerians but honestly I couldn’t. Agents I did approach seems reluctant. I will on the coming days approach one of those trainees for first hand insights.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 11:19pm On Nov 04, 2018
NaotoKan:


No worries.

No daylight saving time in Japan. Hours are fixed throughout the year. +9hrs GMT.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by id911: 1:14am On Nov 05, 2018
komia:
Trainee visa General Requirements

The technology, skills, or knowledge that the Applicant intends to obtain in Japan should not be of a type obtained mostly through the repetition of simple work.

The Applicant must be at least 18 years of age.

It should be expected that the Applicant will apply the technology, skills, or knowledge obtained in Japan after returning to her country.

The technology, skills, or knowledge the Applicant intends to obtain in Japan must be difficult or impossible to obtain in the region where he resides.

A recruitment agency facilitates the process by introducing potential applicants to the host training company. I tried checking out on such an agent specifically for Nigerians but honestly I couldn’t. Agents I did approach seems reluctant. I will on the coming days approach one of those trainees for first hand insights.

Thank you! Whatever info you can gather from the trainees would be first hand info that might give clearer view of how the process works. Keep us posted and thanks once again for taking your time to try to assist
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by lamestika(m): 3:09pm On Nov 13, 2018
have been having problem on how to book a flight to Japan please house help meme out have trouble the google

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 5:56pm On Nov 13, 2018
lamestika:
have been having problem on how to book a flight to Japan please house help meme out have trouble the google
do you have a visa?
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 6:09am On Nov 14, 2018
lamestika:
have been having problem on how to book a flight to Japan please house help meme out have trouble the google

Traveling from where to where.?
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by lamestika(m): 4:02pm On Nov 14, 2018
komia:


Traveling from where to where.?



from lagos to Japan I am about to submit my documents to Japan embassy for conference in the document I want flight booking to be included 8th and 9th of February 2019
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by lamestika(m): 4:05pm On Nov 14, 2018
davodyguy:
do you have a visa?
guy I said book flight should I paid for flight when I don't have visa yet
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 9:51pm On Nov 14, 2018
lamestika:


guy I said book flight should I paid for flight when I don't have visa yet
Guy, you need not be apprehensive, thereby completely missing your way. You asked an open ended question, which is why both of us that attempted to help you had to ask questions again, due to the ambiguity in your question.

Listen to this piece of advice. Most of the people responding to you on this thread falls within two classes.

Class 1: Those who've been to Japan before via NIGERIA and returned home
Class 2: Those resident in Japan.

Calm down so you can be helped on how to comport yourself ahead of your visit to Maitama, in Abuja to submit your application.

Ask a very clear question. If you checked the first page, there's an answer there.

I used the free reservation made via SAA to apply for the Visa and after the grant, I traveled with another airline.

Making reservation is free on airline's website just as booking a hotel via Hotels.com or Booking.com

Or you contact a traveling agent. I did mine free.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 7:10am On Nov 15, 2018
Make a reservation online, then submit with your visa application documents. Reserve a few days to your visa application date. Don’t buy before getting your visa.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by lamestika(m): 12:23pm On Nov 15, 2018
davodyguy:

Guy, you need not be apprehensive, thereby completely missing your way. You asked an open ended question, which is why both of us that attempted to help you had to ask questions again, due to the ambiguity in your question.

Listen to this piece of advice. Most of the people responding to you on this thread falls within two classes.

Class 1: Those who've been to Japan before via NIGERIA and returned home
Class 2: Those resident in Japan.

Calm down so you can be helped on how to comport yourself ahead of your visit to Maitama, in Abuja to submit your application.

Ask a very clear question. If you checked the first page, there's an answer there.

I used the free reservation made via SAA to apply for the Visa and after the grant, I traveled with another airline.

Making reservation is free on airline's website just as booking a hotel via Hotels.com or Booking.com

Or you contact a traveling agent. I did mine free.
davodyguy:

Guy, you need not be apprehensive, thereby completely missing your way. You asked an open ended question, which is why both of us that attempted to help you had to ask questions again, due to the ambiguity in your question.

Listen to this piece of advice. Most of the people responding to you on this thread falls within two classes.

Class 1: Those who've been to Japan before via NIGERIA and returned home
Class 2: Those resident in Japan.

Calm down so you can be helped on how to comport yourself ahead of your visit to Maitama, in Abuja to submit your application.

Ask a very clear question. If you checked the first page, there's an answer there.

I used the free reservation made via SAA to apply for the Visa and after the grant, I traveled with another airline.

Making reservation is free on airline's website just as booking a hotel via Hotels.com or Booking.com

Or you contact a traveling agent. I did mine free.

thank you very much for giving me attention What am saying is am having difficulties in making flight reservation I don't see any airline going straight to Japan cheap one if I can see I really appreciate u
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 4:10pm On Nov 15, 2018
lamestika:


thank you very much for giving me attention What am saying is am having difficulties in making flight reservation I don't see any airline going straight to Japan cheap one if I can see I really appreciate u

Try Ethiopian Airways, now
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 10:24am On Nov 16, 2018
lamestika:


thank you very much for giving me attention What am saying is am having difficulties in making flight reservation I don't see any airline going straight to Japan cheap one if I can see I really appreciate u



grin angry

Did i miss something here?

Soooooo you dont have a Visa but you would to book a flight to Japan becauseeeeee?

I fail to see the logic here or maybe I am just dumb. Enlighten me please!
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by cooliyk2(m): 12:01pm On Nov 17, 2018
komia:
Trainee visa General Requirements

The technology, skills, or knowledge that the Applicant intends to obtain in Japan should not be of a type obtained mostly through the repetition of simple work.

The Applicant must be at least 18 years of age.

It should be expected that the Applicant will apply the technology, skills, or knowledge obtained in Japan after returning to her country.

The technology, skills, or knowledge the Applicant intends to obtain in Japan must be difficult or impossible to obtain in the region where he resides.

A recruitment agency facilitates the process by introducing potential applicants to the host training company. I tried checking out on such an agent specifically for Nigerians but honestly I couldn’t. Agents I did approach seems reluctant. I will on the coming days approach one of those trainees for first hand insights.

Thank you very much for this. Please I would love to see further information you can get on this.
Thank you!
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by osadebamen1(m): 9:58pm On Nov 21, 2018
Pls bross how can some one process Japan visa and like how much will be my budget with ticket and visa
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 10:37am On Nov 22, 2018
osadebamen1:
Pls bross how can some one process Japan visa and like how much will be my budget with ticket and visa

Flight only around $1,400. Japanese Visa you pay after visa approval $30 or so.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by obirichy: 9:44am On Nov 26, 2018
I am more interested in working in this plant, it is better I die working there than to move cocaine. Pls any info on how to get work in this Fukushima ?
blackbriar:


Trainee work no easy o.....90k ¥ average salary.
Plus be very very careful with the company before they send you go Fukushima reactor plant.
People do it , save up and start schooling afterwards mostly Vietnamese and Philippines
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 10:13am On Nov 26, 2018
obirichy:
I am more interested in working in this plant, it is better I die working there than to move cocaine. Pls any info on how to get work in this Fukushima ?

The first Igbo determined to make it without Drugs. May God bless your hustle
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by obirichy: 10:56am On Nov 26, 2018
Lol this man. My people de all round but I chose legit
davodyguy:


The first Igbo determined to make it without Drugs. May God bless your hustle
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by osadebamen1(m): 1:38am On Nov 28, 2018
Pĺs share more light on me can i hussle in japan With visit visa and can i change status to student later will they not deport @poe am thinking of migration i heard they need workers
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by whitecenturion: 3:01am On Nov 28, 2018
Could anyone throw more light on the process

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