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  • Hey guys, how's it going? My name is Micaela, and first of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR! Happy 2016!

    嘿,夥計們,怎麼樣'了嗎?我叫Micaela,首先,新年快樂!2016年快樂!

  • This year is going to be great.

    今年將是偉大的一年。

  • So today I kinda wanted to make an updated 2016 list of ways that you can get to Japan

    所以今天我有點想做一個2016年最新的去日本的方式清單。

  • if that is something that is on your mind for this year, or maybe even the next year,

    如果這是你今年,甚至明年的想法。

  • and you want to start planning, or you want to just know what your options are, or what

    你想開始規劃,或者你想知道你的選擇是什麼,或者你想知道什麼。

  • my personal opinion about these options are?

    我個人對這些方案的看法是?

  • Then this is the right video for you!

    那麼這個視頻就適合你!

  • Congratulations, good clicking judgement!

    恭喜你,好的點擊判斷!

  • Since we're gearing up to the 2020 Olympics here in Japan, Japan has been really focused

    在日本,由於我們正在為2020年奧運會做準備,日本一直很重視。

  • on becoming more international, more accepting towards foreigners, more friendly towards

    變得更加國際化,更加接受外國人,更加友好地對待外國人。

  • foreigners, and I think it makes it a lot easier for first timers to visit the country.

    外國人,而且我認為這讓第一次來這個國家的人容易很多。

  • NOW IS YOUR CHANCE

    現在是你的機會

  • Nowadays, there are tons of options for foreigners looking to visit Japan, whether it be for

    現在,對於想去日本旅遊的外國人來說,有很多選擇,不管是去日本旅遊,還是去其他國家旅遊,都有很多選擇。

  • a short term or long term period.

    一個短期或長期的時期;

  • And really, what it comes down to, is the kind of experience that you are looking for.

    而其實,歸根結底,就是你要找什麼樣的體驗。

  • First of all, if you are under the age of 18, or still a highschool student, you really

    首先,如果你未滿18歲,或者還是高中生,你真的是

  • only have a few choices:

    只有幾個選擇。

  • If you are a highschool student, the most challenging but also rewarding experience

    如果你是一名高中生,最具挑戰性但也是最有價值的經歷是什麼?

  • would be that of an exchange student in a Japanese highschool.

    會是日本高中的交換生。

  • If you are currently enrolled in highschool in your own country, you may qualify for a

    如果您目前在自己國家的高中就讀,您可能有資格獲得以下資格

  • pre-college student visa.

    大學預科生簽證;

  • This is actually one of the hardest things that I've ever done in my life, being a highschool

    這其實是我這輩子做過的最難的一件事,作為一個高中生的

  • student in Japan.

    日本的學生。

  • Although I had the preconception that I was going to come to Japan, come to a Japanese

    雖然我有先入為主的想法,要來日本,來一個日本的

  • highschool, and go back to Canada having made lots of Japanese friends, it turns out that

    高中時,結識了很多日本朋友,回到加拿大,原來

  • when you can't speak Japanese, you can't really express yourself, and people don't get to

    不會說日語的時候,就不能真正地表達自己的想法,人們也不會去了解。

  • know you, and that can be really frustrating at first.

    認識你,這可能是真的 挫折在第一。

  • It takes a while to get used to reading Kanji, it takes a while for you to relate to the

    閱讀漢字需要一段時間的適應,需要一段時間的體會。

  • highschool experience here.

    高中的經驗在這裡。

  • The other big thing to consider is that Japanese highschool students spend a lot of their time

    另一個需要考慮的大問題是,日本的高中生花了大量時間

  • either at afterschool club activities, or studying in cram schools, because getting

    或者是在課後社團活動中,或者是在補習班學習,因為得到的是

  • into college is the biggest hurdle of a highschool student's life.

    進入大學是高中生'人生最大的障礙。

  • So, they're very busy, and they don't really have a lot of time to ~hang out~, they don't

    所以,他們很忙,他們沒有太多的時間來掛出,他們不'。

  • really ~hang out~ like we do in Canada, so.

    真的~掛出~像我們在加拿大做,所以。

  • I think it's a very challenging experience, but it's also the most rewarding because you

    我認為這是一個非常具有挑戰性的經驗,但它也是最有價值的,因為你是一個非常有挑戰性的經驗。

  • put yourself in these positions where you're experiencing a new culture and you're kind

    把自己放在這些位置,在那裡你'體驗一個新的文化,你'是一種。

  • of forcing yourself to both accept and grow at the same time.

    的強迫自己同時接受和成長。

  • And I think that when you're young, that's something that's a lot easier to do, like,

    而我認為,當你'年輕的時候,那'的東西,'是一個更容易做到的,喜歡。

  • I'm really really glad that I was a highschool student, but if anyone were to ask me to do

    我'真的很高興,我是一個高中生,但如果有人問我做

  • it all over again, right NOW, I'd be like, "nah!!".

    it all over again, right now, I'd'd be like, "nah!!".

  • Another option would be to come to Japan on a tourist visa. Some Japanese language schools

    另一種選擇是持旅遊簽證來日本。有些日語學校

  • offer short term classes for people who are visiting Japan on a tourist visa, and if you're

    為持旅遊簽證來日本旅遊的人提供短期課程,如果你是'。

  • on a tourist visa, some schools offer 12 week courses, and some schools also offer four-week

    旅遊簽證,有些學校提供12周的課程,有些學校也提供4周的課程。

  • courses. As long as you can afford a place to stay while you're here, and the school

    的課程。只要你在這裡的時候,你能負擔得起住的地方,而學校的

  • fees of course, this is a good way to to kind of experience what it's like to live in Japan

    當然,這是一個很好的方式來體驗日本生活的感覺。

  • without the actual commitment of living in Japan forever.

    沒有實際的承諾,永遠在日本生活。

  • Especially if you're a highschool student, and you don't really want to do the whole

    特別是如果你'是一個高中生,而你不真的想做的整個

  • exchange student thing, you could try to come over maybe on summer vacation and take a 4-week

    交換生的事情,你可以嘗試過來 也許在暑假,並採取了4周的

  • language school course while you know, just getting a feel for the daily life here, and

    語言學校的課程,而你知道,只是得到一個感覺 這裡的日常生活,和。

  • then, when you graduate, if Japan is where you really want to be, you can kind of work

    然後,當你畢業後,如果你真的想去日本,你可以在日本工作。

  • towards coming back.

    向回來。

  • The most expensive but also most convenient and least stressful way of seeing as much

    最貴但也是最方便、最省事的方式,看得最多。

  • of Japan as possible in a short period of time would be to join an all-inclusive tour

    儘量在短時間內遊遍日本,就是參加全包旅遊。

  • such as Contiki or Intrepid. I think Intrepid actually has a lot of Japanese tours, ranging

    如Contiki或Intrepid。我覺得Intrepid其實有很多日本旅行團,範圍包括

  • from 4 days to two weeks.

    從4天到2周。

  • Although the prices are quite high they do include everything; accommodation, and food,

    雖然價格相當高,但他們確實包含了一切;住宿,和食物。

  • and attractions!

    和景點!

  • A lot of people are like, "ew, the tourist experience, gross!" but I think that if you

    很多人都會說,"ew,旅遊體驗,噁心!"但我認為,如果你。

  • wanna just get a really comfortable, safe introduction to Japan without having to think

    想在日本得到一個真正舒適,安全的介紹,而不需要考慮。

  • about too much or plan too much yourself, this is actually a great way to see all of

    關於太多或自己計劃太多,這其實是一個很好的方式,看到所有的。

  • the really important beautiful sights, eat a lot of the most important delicious food,

    真正重要的美麗的景點,吃很多最重要的美味佳餚。

  • and you know, get the experience! Because you're with someone who knows the country.

    和你知道,得到的經驗!因為你'的人誰知道國家。因為你'與誰知道國家的人。

  • If you REALLY don't want the tourist experience, finally, you could always just come on a tourist

    如果你真的不想要旅遊體驗,最後,你總是可以只是來旅遊的。

  • visa, pay for accommodation, and plan your own travels and do everything yourself.

    簽證、支付住宿費用,自己規劃旅行,一切親力親為。

  • but, you know, that's totally up to you.

    但是,你知道,這完全取決於你。

  • A Working Holiday Visa is another great option for those of you who have completed high school and are under 30 years old.

    對於那些高中畢業,年齡在30歲以下的人來說,打工度假簽證是另一個不錯的選擇。

  • However, it's always kind of hard to talk about this because Americans do NOT have access to Working Holiday Visas.

    然而,它'總是那種很難談論這個問題,因為美國人沒有獲得工作假期簽證。

  • And it kinda sucks for them.

    而這對他們來說也是挺糟糕的。

  • But a lot of Canadians, Australians and Europeans visit Japan on Working Holiday Visas.

    但很多加拿大人、澳大利亞人和歐洲人都是持打工度假簽證來日本的。

  • And each country has it's own rules, so I can only talk about it kind of "generally".

    而且每個國家都有自己的規定,所以我只能說說它那種"一般"。

  • Working Holiday allows you to visit Japan for a longer time than tourist visa does, plus you also get permission to work.

    打工度假比旅遊簽證可以在日本停留更長時間,而且還可以獲得工作許可。

  • so you can kind of support yourself and pay your way along as you're travelling or living in Japan.

    所以你可以種支持自己,並支付你的方式,因為你'旅行或生活在日本。

  • People who come visit on Working Holiday usually end up on short-term contracts teaching English, or

    在打工度假期間來訪的人,通常都是以短期合同的形式來教授英語,或者是在工作之餘的時間裡,來這裡做客。

  • they work at farms, farmwork is actually a lot of fun!

    他們在農場工作,農活其實是很有趣的!

  • I recommend that.

    我建議。

  • Finally, if you're looking for more long-term options, you've decided that

    最後,如果你'正在尋找更多的長期選擇,你'已經決定了。

  • You've decided that "absolutely!" you want to spend as much time in Japan as possible.

    你'已經決定,"絕對!"你想盡可能多地在日本度過。

  • You have three options:

    你有三個選擇。

  • Come as a post-secondary student

    以大專生的身份前來

  • You can come as an employee of a company,

    你可以以公司員工的身份來。

  • Or you can get married.

    或者你可以結婚。

Hey guys, how's it going? My name is Micaela, and first of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR! Happy 2016!

嘿,夥計們,怎麼樣'了嗎?我叫Micaela,首先,新年快樂!2016年快樂!

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