The government of Canada actually has a super helpful, well-designed website that gives information to Canadians that are interested in going abroad. As the winter semester is gradually approaching its end, this website is going to be really useful for students looking to go abroad.\nWhile perusing the website, we found that getting a "working holiday" visa to Japan was really easy — and it lets you stay in the land of the rising sun for up to a year.\nALSO READ: 6 Tax-Free Outlet Malls Close To Montreal\nTL;DR You can get a "working-holiday" visa for Japan in a week, and it lets you stay in Japan for up to a year.\nThe website offers helpful information for many countries around the world, informing would-be travellers on fun facts about the country and what visa travellers need in order to go abroad.\nView this post on Instagram ＊ 今日も１日、お疲れ様でした☀️ ＊ これにて打ち止めのフライング桜🌸 ＊ そろそろ時計の針を戻します⏰ ＊ でも、写真選ぶのが面倒臭い💦 果たして次のpostはいつでしょう😇 ＊ おやすみなさい〜まだ寝ないけど💤💤💤 ＊ 撮影地＝東京都・台東区（2018年撮影） ＊ #loves_garden #ip_blossoms #symply_flowers #9vaga_flowersart9 #bd_flowers #flower_beauties #ponyfony_flowers #bestshotz_flowers #ig_discover_petal #ig_ard_flowers #ptk_flowers #eye_spy_flora #loves_united_flora #superb_flowers #igscflowers #top_favourite_shots #top_favourite_flowers #inspiring_shot #wp_flower #jl_flowers #rainbow_petals_ #flowerstalking #bns_flowers #total_flowers #quintaflower #igscflowers #9vaga9 #9vaga_3flowers9 #9vaga_worldbeauty9 #total_flowers #tv_flowers #phx_flowers A post shared by Tadahisa Hagiwara😎😎 (@t.hagi_1013) on Feb 21, 2019 at 5:44am PST\nTo go to Japan on a working-holiday visa, you need to\nbe between 18-30 years of age,\nbe a Canadian citizen,\nlive in Canada when you apply and\nhave a valid Canadian passport.\nYou don't even need a pre-arranged job or internship offer when you apply. The visa lets you stay in the country for up to a year, which leaves you plenty of time to find a gig to sustain you.\nFinding a job in Japan may be less difficult than you think. The ageing population of Japan has left a void in the labour market, and the government is seeking skilled and unskilled workers.\nBut the Japanese embassy makes clear that "the applicants’ primary purpose of stay should be to “holiday” in Japan. Therefore, applicants who intend primarily to work cannot apply for this visa."\nYou can join the Japan Exchange and Teaching program, which "offers university graduates full-time job opportunities as assistant language teachers or as coordinators of international relations."\n@ui_hii618loveembedded via\nGetting a visa should be pretty easy. The embassy of Japan in Canada states on their website that visas only take around one week to process.\nThis is the perfect way to travel this summer, while still making money.\nRead more about the Working Holiday Visa here! Read more about living and working in Japan here!