Job websites

There are a lot of organisations specialising in recruiting for jobs in Japan. Here are some of the ones I have used. I have dealt with some of these companies personally — for example, I went to see Access in Sydney before I went to Japan. For most of them, my experience is limited to reading their website. Most will give you at least some useful information about finding work in Japan, or even background infgormation about working in Japan.

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  1. 25
    monica estrera said (25 December 2008 at 5:54 am)

    hi! im monica estrera from philippines presently working as barista in respctive company in bharain for almost 5 years.im willing to work if possible you give me achnce too and this is my dream im very much interested to work in japan as professional caregiver..please give me an opportunity to work in japan and bhave a jobs for me.thank you and best regards for any queries my email add nikandrade@yahoo.com.

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    Kamruzzaman Jwewel said (31 January 2009 at 11:11 pm)

    Hi Sir,

    I am Mr. Jewel a citizen of Bangladesh besides of India 35 yrs old. I have more 12 years work experiences on Garments manufacturing . I am very interested to work in your country . If you kind to me for supported about this matter i will be greatful to you forever.

    Kind rgds,

    Mr. Jewel
    royalhence.design@gmail.com

  3. 27
    Ukanacho Kingsley c. said (30 June 2009 at 9:06 pm)

    Please sir,
    Can you put me intouch with organization/firms with enployment.
    Thanks.

  4. 28
    aoki said (5 November 2009 at 3:24 am)

    im japaneese 33 years ,need any job
    yr help iis highly apprciated
    aoki

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    Kyaw Linn Aung said (11 January 2010 at 5:47 pm)

    I want to apply anything job in Japan.I worked as a General Manager in garment factory in Myanmar(100% Japanese Investment Factory) for more than 8 years.I can speak Japanese
    very well.In that factory my reponsibility are production management, quality control, quantity control, programming on export & import plans, warehouse management, and
    stock management etc, Now i resigned from that job i came to Singapore.I want to try new job in Singapore or Japan.

  6. 30
    rasulov said (7 March 2010 at 7:21 am)

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    arun said (24 May 2010 at 11:21 am)

    now i am working in the reputed hospital for 4 years as a AHW(axillary health worker) in nepal.i have a well experience about it. i want to work in japan so what am i do to found the suitable job for me? can i get the visa to work in japan?

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    A. Parameswaraan said (17 July 2010 at 2:28 pm)

    Hi there,

    I am a Sri Lankan, I have 20 years experience in garment manufacturing, merchandising, marketing and Quality Experience for ladies,kids wear.
    I am interest to work in Japan.

    0094 773837191

  9. 33
    Bipin said (20 October 2010 at 8:52 pm)

    Hi,
    I am 26 aged boy from Nepal. Recently i am working in Trekking company in Nepal. I had passed N5 exam of Japanese Proficency Test from the Japanese
    embassy of Nepal. On my work at trekking i had trekked to some places with
    Japanese people.
    Honesetly i am intrested to work in Japan at any kind of Man Power that i can do.
    DOUMO-ARIGATOU-GOZAIMASU
    gbipin39@yahoo.com
    00977-9808491323

  10. 34
    Roy Varghese said (11 November 2010 at 9:33 pm)

    Dear Sir,
    Iam Roy from Bangalore, having work exp of 15 plus in apparel buying houses as QA, Have travelled to 9 countries for insps, kindly contact me if there is a vacancy. My id is royvarghese1234@rediffmail.com. Regards, Roy

  11. 35
    Kyle said (20 December 2010 at 9:17 am)

    Hi I’m from the uk I am going traviling mid next year and need advice on how to get a working visa for japan. I did not finish school due to I’ll health I’m now 21 and just been made redundant and think it is time to find where my life is going now. I was working as an apprentice civil engineer (mains electric/road worker) I’m now willing to try anything in work as I like to learn new thing’s I think of myself as a hard worker and take great pride in everything I do and easy to get on with. Anyone with advice is helpful email at kylebennett232554@yahoo.com

  12. 36
    Israel vurden said (16 January 2011 at 11:11 pm)

    Hi, My name is Israel and i work in the Hospitality industry and have been searching for ways to work and live in Japan….. Do you have any advice for me which would be greatly appreciated….

    Thanks!!

    Israel vurden

  13. 37
    israel Vurden said (16 January 2011 at 11:12 pm)

    Israel Vurden email : vurdeni@webmail.co.za

  14. 38
    L. R. said (31 January 2011 at 9:37 pm)

    Hi My name is Leilani and I work in car sale as Secretary and have been searching for a job in Japan to work and live. If you have any vacancies in the car sales field for me.please e-mail

  15. 39
    H M Kashif said (7 April 2011 at 11:14 pm)

    my experience is MS Word MS Excel MS Powepoint Photoshop Coral Draw Master internet etc…

  16. 40
    vidya said (1 May 2011 at 7:45 pm)

    hi,am vidya from india (mumbai)i have completed my diploma in Textile Chemistry and puruing degree in fashion technology ,this is my last year ,i want to work as merchandiser my mobile 9022357871

  17. 41
    Md. Sohel Yousuf said (13 July 2011 at 2:37 pm)

    Hi, I am Sohel.I am a Textile Diploma Engineer. Recently I know that Japan Government have decided to requited 1000 Garments workers from Bangladesh.
    So I want to offer myself as a candidest list of Bangladesh Garments workers. Now I work In a Korean Garments company in chittagong, Bangladesh.
    Now what should I do?

  18. 42
    LINKS CONSULTANT said (4 August 2011 at 10:45 pm)

    Re:JOB VACANCIES

    Dear sir,

    Links Consultants based in West African, We are West African based Travel Consultant and leading Recruitment and visa consulting Agency with associates in Southern Africa and European Countries.

    At the requests of our Principals in USA and Canada.we have several vacancies for for overseas jobs available now for unskilled labor.

    1.DOCK WORKERS

    2. CLEANER’S

    3.COMPANY SECURITY

    4.FISH PACKERS

    Vacancies are available for these categories of listed worker’s immediately in USA and Canada,

    Our service/handling charge is moderate and negotiable for getting the visa and all other necessary traveling document’s for the candidate’s including accommodation.

    In case your company is interested in any of the vacancies mentioned above, please do not hesitate to contact us.

    We look forward to be of service to you.

    Truly Yours,
    Mr.Johnson Francis
    llinksconsultant@gmail.com

  19. 43
    khawaja said (28 October 2011 at 6:49 pm)

    im mr khawaja im fr0m kashmir (pak) 5 years ago im im working as a opration menegar in treval compney.we have contract 17 5 star hotels in malaysia.i want work in japan.

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    Uttam mangrati said (15 June 2012 at 2:41 pm)

    respected sir or madam please help me

    MangratiUttam@yahoo.com

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