NING – Work in Nagoya Japan – from Thailand

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Meet Ning, a Thai resident in Nagoya, Japan, working in Toyota car spare parts production. Passionate about Japanese culture, Ning enjoys traveling, capturing stunning photos and videos, and exploring local attractions. Learning Japanese independently, Ning embraces new experiences and dreams of inspiring others to explore Japan.

Interview – Work in Japan

WHERE ARE YOU FROM?

Thailand

WHAT DO YOU DO IN JAPAN?

I am a Thai person living in Japan and working in the production of Toyota car spare parts. Based in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, apart from work, I like to travel to various cities in Japan and study the culture, language, and lifestyle of Japanese people. I also took some beautiful pictures. I got an amazing video on creating interesting video content on my social media.

WHY ARE YOU INTERESTED IN JAPAN?

I am interested in Japan Because Japan is a country with an interesting culture, a good atmosphere, clean, people are lovely, kind, friendly, and a country with discipline. There are many beautiful tourist attractions such as Mount Fuji, lakes, etc. Japanese food is delicious, including ramen, sushi, and beef rice bowls. Or even Japanese desserts are very delicious.

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO STAY IN THIS CITY?

The city I live in is Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. “Nagoya” is a large city located in central Japan. With a population of approximately 2 million, it is the third-largest city in Japan. Nagoya is also an important transportation hub in the country. Because I came here I got to know modern technology. From visiting various museums around Nagoya, such as the Science Museum. automobile museum railway museum airplane museum Large aquarium and Nagoya Port There is also a shopping area where you can walk throughout the day.

WHERE IS YOUR LOCAL RECOMMENDATION IN THIS CITY?
  1. Nagoya Castle is a white castle. and green roof The building has 7 floors and can be observed from a distance. Each floor has beauty from the palace, museums, gardens, and amazing nature spots.
  2. Nagoya City Science Museum, located in Shirakawa Park. Nagoya city center There is the world’s largest planetarium.
  3. Oasis 21, which stands tall and prominent in the middle of Nagoya city. Hit the top of the building and there will be a water spaceship. Three-dimensional park and Spaceship-Aqua The glass roof is 14 meters above the ground.
  4. Chubu Electric Power MIRAI TOWER is a viewpoint of Nagoya city. It has Japan’s first multi-wave television and radio broadcasting tower. It is also the world’s first earthquake-resistant building.
  5. Osu Shopping Street is a shopping district with clothes, shoes, bags, perfume, food, and many other interesting things.
  6. The Sakae area is an area with branded products. Named for shopping, there are restaurants and liquor stores that close late at night. And some shops are open all night.
WHAT DO YOU ENJOY THE MOST WHILE STAYING ABROAD?

I like traveling to different places. Especially places with a history of Japan. Whether it’s a castle Japanese shrines, museums, or even just drinking with friends. Makes me happy with living in Japan.

WHAT IS THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE BEING IN JAPAN?

My challenge is to take the cable car up to the top of the mountain to go snow skiing Challenge the cold weather And the heights I’m afraid of But when I did, I felt really proud of myself.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN JAPAN AND YOUR COUNTRY?

The difference is that Japan is beautiful in every season, namely in spring. There will be cherry blossom viewing festivals, in the rainy season there will be hydrangeas, and in the summer there will be fireworks viewing festivals. autumn leaves There will be red and yellow maple leaves, and in winter there will be fluffy white snow. This is different from my country where the weather is mostly hot in summer. There are no cherry blossoms or hydrangeas. leaves changing color or snow to see.

DID YOU EXPERIENCE ANY CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE AND FUTURE PROSPECTS?

I have changed when I first came to Japan. My travels have always been about photography alone. But as time passed, I also tried taking travel videos. It makes me cherish every travel memory more.

WHAT IS YOUR DREAM?

My dream is that I want to create new travel memories. With new friends, new places, and experiencing the people and culture of Japan. and is an inspiration for traveling for many people.

MESSAGE TO OUR FRIENDS WHO WILL GO TO JAPAN.

I want everyone coming to Japan to plan their own amazing trip. to different cities Tourist attractions, and restaurants, with family, friends, or girlfriends without worry because every city in Japan is beautiful. And it is a place to create good memories. Definitely given to you.

HOW DO YOU LEARN JAPANESE?

I study Japanese by myself. from reading books Watch videos on YouTube Practice talking with Japanese friends. and learn together with Japanese people while traveling.



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