I am a Japanese School teacher is an editorial located at www.outpostnine.com that humorously portrays the cultural, educational, and media life of Japan in a way that is sometimes rude, crude, and politically incorrect. If you can open-mindedly accept the fact that the editorials aren't always seriously trying to offend you, you may be able to enjoy the variously interesting stories written by Azrael, a foreigner to Japan who moves to Kyoto to become an assistant language teacher.
Some of the most surprising things he writes about are the experiences he has working at two junior high schools and interacting with the staff and students. He admits his initial shock at how openly sexual and perverse some of his students seem to be at their age, such as the game 'kancho', which involves intruding a receiver’s anus as a prank, or how knowledgeable his students are about sexual intercourse. As the country and people continue to surprise him, Azrael produces more jokes based on tight working schedules, creative skits, stories of travel, and other experiences based on the people he meets and befriends during his possibly four year long stay. He never includes any real names in his editorials in respect for their privacy, and instead he gives them funny nicknames such as 'Ms. Americanized', 'Ultimate Sweetness', or 'Breasts Girl'.
Although some of the content is questionable, you may find yourself enjoying the slightly exaggerated documented experience of living in modern Japan. The occasional comparisons of culture differences between Japan and America gives readers a different view of the pacific island country, and you may come out of it with a changed perception, a good laugh, or a face reddened in stubborn objection.