You've always been fascinated by Japan for many reasons. And now you want to work there. While some companies accept English-only speakers to work with them (foreign startups or international corporates essentially), most will not consider anyone whose level is below JLPT N2 for a position. Now it's time to get ready for your internship in Japan.
Japanese ranks alongside Mandarin Chinese and Arabic as one of the most difficult languages to learn from a European point of view. Yes, harder languages require harder work. But it shouldn't stop you - neither should you learn a language only because it is said to be easy. Passion first. So let's explore the different particularly difficult aspects of the Japanese language.