Before moving to Japan, the first thing that will come to your mind is to find a living place. You need to search internet websites and social media platforms like Facebook or Instagram for a house or an apartment or you can contact a real estate agency. As it may seem difficult to find houses on your own, so, the best option will be to get help from real estate agencies.
When you move out of a rental property, you will need to restore the apartment to its original condition. There are various precautions to follow in this restoration process, so learn the proper way to do it so you can avoid problems.
Living in an expensive country like Japan might have its own challenges and struggles. Renting a house and then buying appliances for it may need a high amount of budget.
Boost your business with the most popular messaging application in Japan, LINE, to communicate easily and closely with Japanese users. Create your own official LINE account, an advertising account, or a Developer account, and use LINE to boost your business.
If you have ever worked with Japanese people, you have probably seen people look (maybe overly) neat and tidy, wearing suits with neatly cropped hair. So how should you look when working with Japanese people to make sure you work with them smoothly? In this article,...
Japanese business cards play an important role in Japanese businesses.
If you will start working in Japan or with Japanese companies, and want to make a good impression, this article is for you!
The Japanese have unique business Etiquettes. If it is your first time working in Japan or working with Japanese companies and would like to learn, this article is for you!
Generally, profitability is the main concern when setting up a business, as it is crucial for the existence and success of a business as well as the business growth. However, it is also necessary to extend your thought to the society and environment when starting your...
With the worsening impact of global warming, sustainable activities have become more important than ever. In addition, there is an increasing awareness of the need to tackle other global issues, such as poverty, inequality, and access to education. Aimed at solving...
Web Developer in Tokyo (on-site, not a remote work). Full-time employee (正社員). Salary: 3,200,000 ~ 6,500,000 yen/year. JLPT N2, Have over 1 year of working experience in web development service, Java.
System engineer / programmer in Osaka, Japan (on-site, not a remote work). Job type: Full-time employees / contract employees
Salary: 3,640,000 ~7,800,000 JPY/year
Requirements: Those who have 2 years or more development experience as a WEB engineer is preferred