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Teach at Nagoya International Junior and Senior High School in Japan

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About Nagoya International Junior and Senior High School

Nagoya International Junior and Senior HIgh School is accredited by the Japanese Ministry of Educaiton and Science.  Most students are Japanese, though fifteen percent are from twenty different countries.  A small cadre of students is enrolled in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (English).  

Nagoya International Junior and Senior High School contact information

Address: 1-16 Hirojihonmachi, Showa-ku, Nagoya, 23, 466-0841, Japan
Phone: +81 52-853-5151

Japan at a glance

Country information

Capital: Tokyo

Language: Japanese

Population: 127,799,000 (10th)

Currency: Yen (¥) / En (円 or 圓) (JPY)

Government: Unitary parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy

Major Religion(s): Buddhism, Shinto

Climate: Temperate

Country quick facts

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More than 70% of Japan consists of mountains, including more than 200 volcanoes.
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Mt. Fuji, the tallest mountain in Japan, is an active volcano.
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A nice musk melon, similar to a cantaloupe, may sell for over $300US.
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There are four different writing systems in Japan, romaji, katakana, hiragana, and kanji.
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Japan’s literacy rate is almost 100%.
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There are around 1,500 earthquakes every year in Japan.
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The first novel, The Tale of Genji, was written in 1007 by a Japanese noble woman, Murasaki Shikibu.
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