Japan Careers Program is the most comprehensive resource for starting or changing your career in Japan
Our support keeps going, even after you arrive.
We've always got your back.
We'll guide you to reliable resources to find a roof to put over your head.
We host regular social events so you can meet other interns and program alumni!
(Events on hold due to COVID-19)
We'll meet monthly to give you a safe space to talk about your job.
(Only by request for
We're always around to help you with any issues that may arise from adjusting to and living in Japan.
We've handpicked some of the best opportunities for you in Japan from companies with the greatest potential.
EIKEI Group specializes in the international distribution of electronic components, PCBs, and more.
LanCul operates a combination of cultural exchange and English-learning services for creating connections.
TenTen inspires new life into the existing system of vending machines through IoT.
Applicants like you come from 900+ universities from around the world. Ask your senpai about our program, or read in-depth testimonial interviews with some of our success stories.Read More
“It's given me the opportunity to come here [to Japan]... I think it's great how the program really sets you up for a future employment opportunity.”
“My coworkers are very friendly, and our office environment is very co-operative. Everyone works very hard and focuses on what they can learn.”
“The ability to have you connect companies to us and vouch for our character and tell the company what we can offer them...was probably the absolute most valuable thing.”
“The program really helped make my transition as simple as possible. They showed continued interest in my well-being while I was in Japan and checked in with me regularly to provide support.”
Moving to Japan can seem intimidating, but we're committed to making it a breeze for you. Drawing from our own experiences and expertise, we're regularly adding blog posts about about the most common issues.
While the use of hanko has recently declined in the digital age, there are occasionally instances where they may still be necessary for banking, renting an apartment, or even for work.
Especially with internships in business consultancy and similar areas, knowing some Japanese business etiquette will certainly help you be more culturally aware.