Living in 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.
For this first-ever event, current SJIP interns and program alumni are all invited to gather for a relaxed evening of food, drinks, and socialization.
Moving to a new country comes with some sacrifice. However, you also open yourself for a whole new world of opportunity to meet new people and experience new adventures.
One of the most difficult things about finding housing in Japan is the lack of availability for foreign residents, but there are a growing number of real estate agencies that are able to help!
Especially with internships in business consultancy and similar areas, knowing some Japanese business etiquette will certainly help you be more culturally aware.
So you’ve got a job offer with a Japanese company, and now you need to get your visa to come to Japan and begin the next chapter in your journey. But what does the process involve?