11 Things OFWs in Japan (or anywhere in the world) want you to know

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The Land of the Rising Sun, and the third most developed country in the world after the US and China – it’s none other than Japan!

Ngunit sa likod ng pag-usbong ng ekonomiya ng Japan, nakakubli ang problemang unti-unti nilang kinakaharap – declining birthrate and aging population. Dahil dito, nagkakaroon na rin ng labor shortage kaya’t taon-taon, libo-libong migrant workers ang pumapasok sa kanilang bansa – isa na diyan ang mga Pilipino na tinatayang nasa mahigit kumulang 260,000 na nang taong 2018.

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📷 Photo | Philippine Primer

Migrant Filipino workers come to Japan in hopes of landing a high-paying job. Kahit na ayaw nilang mawalay sa pamilya, kung ito na lamang ang pag-asa, wala nang magagawa kung hindi magpakalayo na lamang.

Habang ang pamilya sa Pinas, unti-unting nararanasan ang ginhawa, here are the secrets OFWs in Japan experience but won’t tell their families:

  1. Kayod kalabaw sila sa trabaho para maibigay ang pasalubong na request ng anak (at ni ate, kuya, pinsan, ng buong angkan).
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2. Kahit na ang OFWs mismo, gutom na pero kayod pa rin sa trabaho.

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📷 Photo | Pinoy-OFW

3. Sampung oras sa trabaho araw-araw, pero swerte na kung makakausap ang pamilya sa Pinas nang kahit isang oras man lang.

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4. And they miss their loved ones EVERY.MINUTE.OF.THE.DAY.

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5. Todo iwas sila sa sakit dahil walang ibang mag-aalaga sa kanila kundi ang sarili.

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📷 Photo | MoneyMax

6. But they risk their lives to finish their jobs successfully.

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📷 Photo | Reader’s Digest

7. Pag-uwi galing trabaho, trabaho pa rin ang bubungad sa tinitirahan dahil sila lang din ang maglalaba at magluluto para sa kanila.

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📷 Photo | BabyMent

8. Labis na nakakalungkot sa tuwing may nami-miss silang selebrasyon ng pamilya sa Pinas.

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9. Lalo na at lumalaki ang mga anak nang hindi sila kapiling.

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📷 Photo | Kwentong OFW

10. Ngunit wala silang choice kundi maki-celebrate na lang via Skype o Messenger.

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11. But after all, dadating rin ang panahon na may naipundar na ang pamilya at for good na sa Pinas si Kabayan!

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📷 Photo | Quartz

Kaya naman nandito rin ang BeamAndGo para kahit papano ay madamayan at matulungan ang OFWs sa Japan man o saang panig ng mundo pagdating sa pagba-budget ng pera at pag-control sa remittances ninyo. That can easily be done through our digital gift certificates and door-to-door packages!

No need for balikbayan boxes na hindi sigurado kung safe at kumpleto pa bang makakarating sa pamilya because your favorite brands from Luzon to Mindanao are now available in BeamAndGo.

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For our beloved OFWs in Japan, don’t forget to sign up now and start sharing to this your OFW friends! But wait… we have some friends in Japan to introduce to you, too!

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Meet our customer turned volunteer and now a certified BeamAndGo sales agent in Japan, Jovy Parreno Calise and Cherry Shiraishi!

Yes, you read it right! Mas madali na ang pag-order ng paborito mong BeamAndGo products and services. Simply contact any of them on the details provided at malugod kang ia-assist ng ating Sales Agents in Japan!

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Kung mapapadaan ka naman sa Tokyo-to Adachi-ku, Tatsunuma, you can stop by DRS Shop to order!

We’re always ready to help you in any way we can! Just send us an email at customerservice@beamandgo.com, our customer service representatives here will gladly assist you. 

Kaya ano pang hinihintay mo, Kabayan in Japan? ‘Wag nang magpahuli and make your first (and succeeding) BeamAndGo purchases today!

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