Hey guys, it’s Cathy Cat, on Ask Japanese. You asked us a couple of questions about life and living in Japan So i’m gonna answer a couple of your questions today. Number one: Not bad! It really depends on where is your job, like which area do you actually want to work in? Usually you have to first find out where you work in, and how long you want to commute. Many people, for example find Tokyo too expensive to live in so they live for example on the outskirts of Tokyo or out in Saitama and and commute to work. But then it’s up to you, you might have a really nice house, summer or like a little apartment out in Saitama, but you will have to commute an hour and a half and to work. You really have to think in Japan the price of living is very, very expensive. There’s always something you have to lose, and do you want to have a big place? Do you want to have a smaller commute? How much can you actually pay for it? All of this will actually decide where you can then stay. If you don’t mind a longer commute, or if you don’t mind living on the countryside, you’re definitely gonna have a larger house and a bit more luxury if you stay and work on the countryside. Also, if you decide to live on the countryside, there will be less foreigners, which means less chances for you to speak your native language and speak more Japanese, might be a chance for you to learn more Japanese Now, since Japan is surrounded by the sea, depends on if you want to have fresh fish or you don’t like going all the way to the ocean. But what I find really interesting is in Tokyo, there are a couple of spots right in this big buzzing city where you can actually go fishing. For example, there’s one in Asagaya, I went there and follow the leads to give a try to my luck at fishing a little bit. There are couple of others spots like that in Tokyo as well. Worth checking it out! Now, the closest to Tokyo would be Enoshima, and Enoshima is very easy to reach by train and, quite a lot of people that like surfing actually go all the way over to Enoshima. I would actually make you aware of it though. The waves might not be the same as you might expect from your country, so maybe don’t have the biggest expectations for waves, but still, that is a place where I can see quite a lot of surface. Okay, these are a couple of your questions in a led about our recommendations about life living and coming to Japan, I hope this helped you, there will be another chance for you to leave me more questions, in that case you need to be subscribed and have the notification symbol clicked on, so you can actually see when the director or I leave a post asking you to submit your questions. Hope this helps you guys, and I catch you soon for another video on Ask Japanese. Bye!