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    In general I use InterNations to find international business partners. But I even found a friend from my home country to play tennis with.

InterNations – The Place for Japanese Living in El Salvador

Want to connect with the expat community of Japanese in El Salvador? Looking for Japanese compatriots to help you with your questions on expat life? Or are you looking for other Japanese expats to go on an excursion to the country's largest lake, the Lago de Ilopango with?

InterNations El Salvador offers everything you might need as an expat, no matter whether you already live in El Salvador or are still in Japan planning your upcoming foreign assignment. InterNations is the leading platform among expatriates and global minds in all countries around the world. Needless to say, our community of Japanese expats in El Salvador is going very strong, with members having roots all across Japan - from Sapporo, over the Kansai Region to Tokyo.

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      Tips and Advice on El Salvador from Your Fellow Japanese Expats

      Obviously, expat life in El Salvador goes well beyond shipping your belongings and taking care of red tape. Socializing with fellow Japanese is an important facet of living abroad and can be a huge stepping stone in getting to know the Salvadoran mentality and way of life. Japanese in El Salvador are a part of our community, calling cities such as Santa Tecla, Santa Rosa de Lima, San Salvador, and many others home. You can use InterNations to look for fellow Japanese in San Salvador, for example.

      Wondering where to shop for Japanese delicatessen, want to discuss your national team's latest match, or simply talk to someone in your native language? Become a member of the Salvadoran InterNations Community!

      • Our network is the best place to meet expats from Japan.
      • On the El Salvador Expat Forums, you can get competent answers to all your expat-related questions: how to find a babysitter fluent in your mother tongue, where to get sushi and sashimi in San Salvador, etc.
      • The InterNations Places database for El Salvador has information on the nearest Japanese embassy and many other institutions.

      From the country's largest lake, the Lago de Ilopango to the interior highlands, like the Sierra Madre, you can meet supportive and friendly Japanese expats in El Salvador on InterNations.

      Meet and Mingle with Fellow Japanese in El Salvador

      Additionally, InterNations hosts regular expat events and activities in El Salvador. Our get-togethers are sure to cater to your taste as well: as a member, you can partake in cozy gatherings to enjoy some Salvadoran pupusa, join one of our huge expat celebrations with hundreds of participants in San Salvador’s best locations, and much more. Want to discover El Salvador? Go on a weekend trip with your fellow expats to see San Salvador's wide avenues and boulevards and other beautiful landmarks.

      Our meet-ups and activities offer many wonderful opportunities to mingle with expatriates hailing from Japan and dozens of other countries in a casual setting. Just sign up for your InterNations membership and you’ll soon hear a cordial Konbanwa from our Japanese living in El Salvador!