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更新日:2021年7月19日

 How to Work in Japan

Working in Japan requires that you have a residential status that allows working and that your job description is within the allowed jobs for your status.

Statuses of Residence Without Restriction on Job or Industry

Those who hold permanent resident, spouse or child of Japanese national, spouse or child of permanent resident, or fixed domicile resident statuses have no limitations on the type of work they can engage in in Japan. People with the above residential statuses are also free to change jobs.

Statuses of Residence With Which Foreign Nationals May Work Limited to Certain Types of Occupations, Industries or Job Content

Statuses such as professor, artist, religious activities, journalist, investor/business manager, legal/accounting services, medical services, researcher, instructor, engineer, specialist in humanities/ international services, intra-company transferee, entertainer, skilled laborer and designated activities that allows activities approved by Minister of Justice including working holiday agreements and foreign workers on training programs fall into this category.

Statuses of Residence With Which Foreign Nationals are Not Permitted to Work Without Permission

Those with the status of college student, pre-college student, dependent, cultural activities, temporary visitor or trainee are required to receive permission to engage in extra-status-ofresidence activities from the immigration bureau in advance before working.

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Part-time jobs

Resident status "study abroad":

Activity other than designated visa status needs to be approved. A resident can work up to 28 hours / week as a rule. Work in adult-entertainment industry is not permitted.

Resident status "schooling":

Activity other than designated visa status needs to be approved. A resident can work up to 4 hours / day as a rule. Work in adult-entertainment industry is not permitted.

Resident status "dependent":

If an activity other than designated visa status is approved, a resident can work up to 28 hours / week as a rule.

 

For detailed enquiries, please contact Hello Work Hamamatsu.
Tel. 053-457-5158

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