The articles in this category explain JET Programme jargon and other Japanese terms.
“Nenkyu (年休 Nenkyū) is paid holiday or vacation. All JETs receive at least 10 days of nenkyu per...Nenkyu
“Inaka (田舎, inaka) is a Japanese term meaning a rural area or the countryside. When said by...Inaka
“The Japanese Teacher of English or JTE is (usually) the primary teacher in the English...Japanese Teacher of English
“Nomihodai (飲み放題, nomihōdai) is an "all-you-can-drink" option at some clubs, restaurants...Nomihodai
“The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (or Program) (JET) is a Japanese government initiative...JET Programme
“The Association for Japan Exchange and Teaching or AJET is national support and social network...Association for Japan Exchange and Teaching
“Although each contracting organisation bases their employment contract on the model JET...Contracting Organisation
Pages in category "Glossary"
The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.