It’s Official! Come celebrate with us on January 21st

We’re excited to have officially launched Coto Work, and we want to celebrate with you! Join us as we celebrate on  the evening of January 21, 2017 at SuperDeluxe in Roppongi. We’ll have special guests and entertainment, along with food, drinks, and a fun photobooth to save the memories. You’ll need a ticket to enter…

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Decision Making in Japan

We have all heard Japanese business culture is different. Everyone who has ever worked in Japan or done business with Japanese people can attest to that, citing reasons ranging from cultural rules to management styles. Each company is different, but one thing that is always consistent for both Japanese people and foreigners when discussing business…

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Interview – Arnaud

This week’s interview was with Arnaud, a French national who works for a foreign company here in Tokyo. He has plenty of international experience, so we spoke a bit about the differences in doing business, and some of the other challenges he faces at work.

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Rex’s Journey at Suke6 Diner

During a short-term visit to Japan, Rex fell in love with Japan’s hospitality and service culture. He came back as an exchange student, got a part-time job, and immersed himself in the local service industry. Learn more about Rex’s journey at a cafe in Tokyo’s Asakusa neighborhood.

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Interview – Nathaelle

We spoke with Nathaelle – a French national living in Tokyo with her family. She came to Tokyo when her husband was relocated for work, and ended up landing a position in her former company where she could continue her career.

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Hospitality in Japan Seminar

A seminar designed for people entering the service industry in Japan. We cover hospitality essentials and offer practical training for part-time job seekers in Tokyo.

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Employee Retention: Benefits and Perks

When doing some quick research about work in Japan, the first things you’ll come across are stories about long working hours and the story of the salaryman. Yes, Japanese employees are notorious for being overworked. But, if you dig a little deeper you’ll be able to find out a little more about what Japanese companies…

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Bobby’s Journey at WEGO

New to Tokyo, Bobby thought the only job she would be able to do long-term was teaching languages. Using her previous career experience in fashion and PR, she landed a role at a local fashion shop where she could contribute valuable market knowledge. Learn more about Bobby’s time at WEGO.

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Taylor’s Journey at Travelstand

Taylor is an American working at a Japanese company, bringing valuable experience and a different perspective in product marketing. The company’s CEO recognized the importance in bringing on overseas talent. Learn more about how Taylor landed a full-time role at Travelstand.

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Jane’s Journey at Showcase TV

Expanding globally is hard without proper insight to your company’s target markets. Showcase TV knew they needed a foreign perspective, and Coto Work helped them find the perfect candidate. Learn more about Jane’s contribution to the Showcase TV team.

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