A high school student in Japan who said she would love to travel to the US and visit the famous Japanese city of Tokyo if she had the opportunity said she is ‘happy’ with her situation.
“I’ve had a lot of pressure in the past year, but I’m happy now,” 18-year-old Kanaaki Uchida told The Japan Times in an interview published on Friday.
“In the future, I’d love going back.” “
It’s a very nice city, it has everything, it’s beautiful and beautiful people are friendly, they’re kind and helpful,” she said.
“In the future, I’d love going back.”
The teen said she had been told that a job offer from a high school could be in the works, but that she had no plans to apply.
“A high school job is still very far away,” she added.
“But I don’t know what to do.”
The school offered the young woman a job as a ‘tour guide’ and a ‘school guide’, and said she could earn up to $50,000 a year, according to The Japan News.
The Japanese fashion magazine J-fashion said that the teen had been offered a position at a company called ‘Tokyo Fashion Company’, but declined to give details.
“She was not given a job title, nor was she offered an interview,” the magazine reported.
“Instead, she was asked to make a short video about her experience as a fashion guide, and was also asked to be a ‘fashion assistant’.” The teen also told the news outlet that she was offered a salary of about $20,000 per month for the next year.
“So I’ll be making between $25,000 and $30,000 in the next three years,” she told The Japanese newspaper.
“At the moment, I don´t have any savings in the bank, so I can’t really afford to take out a mortgage,” the teen added. “
The school, which was established in 2015, has since closed.”
At the moment, I don´t have any savings in the bank, so I can’t really afford to take out a mortgage,” the teen added.
The school, which was established in 2015, has since closed.