Japanese ESL Companies
Japanese companies tend to be more professional, and you typically end up teaching more adults than you do with the Chinese companies that mainly focus on teaching English to children online. Japanese are highly professional and expect the same from the teachers they hire as well.
The list below is sorted by the highest to lowest rated. Click on the image of the school to read the full review, find out where to apply, and read the requirements. You can use the filters and search function as well to help narrow down your choice.
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Review: Cafe Talk teaches more than just English. Most of their students are Japanese. If you want to look for students who are Japanese adults then Cafetalk is a good platform to try out. A good... Read More
Review: Cena Academy as of now, they only hire native English teachers from the US. You need to have a PC and the lessons are taught over Skype. They prefer that you have a Bachelor or Master’s... Read More
Review: English Everywhere only hire teachers with a TEFL/TOEFL certificate and experience. All of the lessons are over Skype and payments are made through PayPal. You will be teaching Japanese... Read More
Review: E-Communication students are mainly Japanese business people. You will be teaching adults during the week and on the weekends. You should have a background in teaching business English and... Read More
Review: Mainichi Eikaiwa hires native online English teachers from the UK, Canada, the USA, South Africa, or Australia. You need to have experience of at least 6 months teaching English. All teachers... Read More
Review: EigoBiz company basically, you will start out at 1000 JPY per 50 minutes lesson for the first 5 lessons. The average lesson rate is 1750 JPY but you can set your own rate with some of the... Read More
Review: English Hunt is looking for native English teachers to teach English to Japanese students online. You need to have an ESL certification or a teaching degree in any subject. The pay rate is... Read More
Review: Eigopower is hiring native teachers along with Japanese teachers who are fluent enough in English.The qualifications as a partner... Read More
Review: Lyngo hires both native levels English speakers and native level Japanese speakers are invited to apply. For this company, there is no teaching experience required since they provide... Read More
Review: Eigox only hires native teachers from USA, UK, Canada, Australia or New Zealand. The pay is low at just a little over $5 for each 25-minute lesson. The lessons are taught through materials... Read More