For first times users
Register with YOLO JAPAN once you get to Japan
Nice to meet you! We are YOLO JAPAN!
We offer a variety of services for foreigners living in Japan.
Make use of YOLO JAPAN, and enrich your life in Japan!
You can search for work easily
- Support in 6 languages! From registration to the interview, no Japanese is needed.
- No need for a resume
- Schedule your interview easily online
Click here for details about how to register and how to set your interview
that suits you!
You can search by area, Japanese level, and keyword, so you can find the perfect job for you.Look for a job
Make pocket money in your free time
YOLO JAPAN aso has a lot of temporary / one time jobs where you can make some pocket money!
Get compensation by simply participating in a questionnaire, interview, or taste testing.Look for a job
YOLO BASE, the facility for foreigners, is open
Japan's first inbound training facility for foreigners, "YOLO BASE", is open in Osaka
YOLO BASE is "A new place for foreigners to connect with Japan."
In order to help foreigners in Japan spend an enjoyable time, YOLO BASE includes a restaurant, event space, co-working space, and a hotel.
Additionally, you can find art from over 100 different artists throughout the facility, and you can enjoy your time in this extraordinary space.
YOLO BASE hosts a multitude of events, seminars, and cultural exchanges for foreigners,
and is providing a place for discoveries and opportunities to meet both other foreigners and Japanese people.
Welcome to YOLO JAPAN
YOLO JAPAN's goal is to "create a society where both Japanese people and foreigners can coexist."
For various reasons, such as study and work, foreigners are choosing to come and make a life in Japan.
Because of the influx of foreigners,
many Japanese companies can solve their labor shoratge issues while simultaneously making an effort to globalize.
This means that the more prosperous the lives of foreigners living in Japan become, the more prosperous Japan becomes.
We at YOLO JAPAN offer a variety of services for the happiness of both foreigners and Japanese people alike.