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Job

In order to work in Japan, you need have a residential status which allows work.

  • Status of residence with no restriction on work

Permanent resident, Spouse or child of Japanese Nationals, Spouse or child of permanent resident, Long-term resident

  • Residence status which permits work

Highly skilled professional, educator, business manager, Engineer /Specialist in humanities / International Services, etc.

  • Status of residence which does not permit work

Temporary visitor, Student, Dependent, Cultural Activities, Trainee, Designated activities

*When a person with a residential status of “Student”, “Dependent”, etc. who are not allowed to work want to have a part-time job or when a person with a residential status of “Engineer/Specialist in humanities/International Services”, “Business, Management”, etc. want to work exceeding the range of work permitted, that person needs to apply for permission to engage in any activity other than that permitted.

Hello Work

Hello Work provides job information, vocational counselling and employment placement.

Hello Work Ikebukuro Sunshine Office Career Advice Service
3F, Sunshine 60 Building, 3-1-1, Higashi-Ikebukuro
Tel: 03-5911-8609

Tokyo Employment Service Center for Foreigners

Tokyo Employment Service Center for Foreigners is a national institution (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare) which supports foreign job seekers with residential status of students, engineers and specialist.

21F, Odakyu Daiichi Seimei Building, 2-7-1, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5339-8625
Fax: 03-5339-8654

Monday through Friday, 10時00分am to 6時00分pm except national holidays and year-end/New Year holidays.

更新日:2016年10月28日