Ever dream about working in Japan? Well, now is your time to shine, because Japan just launched a new simpler visa track for foreign workers. Japan is looking for highly skilled foreign workers for advanced academic research, advanced specialized/technical activities and advanced business and management activities. Moreover, it'll be easier to acquire the permanent residency. Find out more in the link below about this new visa track! Also See:Japan to end COVID-19 border controls on tourists from 8 MayHalal Japanese food & wholehearted hospitality for Muslims in Miyajima, Miyajima Yamaichi
As Japan is fully reopening its borders for foreign tourists from 11 October, I want to share with you what you need to know and prepare before coming to Japan. (more…)
Japan's first website for foreigners living in Japan about hometown tax payment, "Furusato Japan", is now open.Provided by Luxurique, one of the best features of this web service is that it is available in English and foreign residents who pay taxes in Japan can also use it without any worries. (more…)
MATSUYAMA KOZAI, a business processing and selling steel, welcoming Indonesian technical trainees since 1997.We spoke to President Kougou, fondly called "Dad" by the trainees, about his struggles when starting the business and his bond with the trainees. (more…)
Salam and hello!Japan may have few Muslims, but there are companies ready to accommodate the working Muslims. (more…)
I'm Kajikawa, an administrative scrivener and the representative director of the Kansai Association of Business Promotion for Muslim. From April 2019, a new residence status: Specified Skilled Worker, has been introduced.Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, many foreign nationals and companies are looking to apply for "Specified Skilled Worker". It have been increasing opportunities to hire foreign workers in sectors that were previously difficult to do so. Highly related to the hiring of foreign nationals—What is the "Specified Skilled Worker"?This article will give you a better idea of what it entails, so...