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Posted On: 2020-01-07


Japan is a country with a rich history and growing economy. Japan is quickly turning into a hub for foreigners looking for their next adventure for jobs where, interviewing in your native language can be nerve-wracking enough but is very important part of the hiring process for any kind of Job. Interviews give the company and candidates a chance to match their requirements and expectations from another and are considered to play the deciding factor in hiring a candidate. Regardless of the company you are applying to, certain rules and etiquette are required to be followed to form a good impression on the interviewer. We have compiled a list of cues to follow when attending a job interview for a Japanese company in Japan.

• Body language is a very important aspect from the perspective of interviewing because it speaks a lot about your character. Always remember to sit in an upright posture, directly facing the interviewer. And be sure to stand up and greet the interviewer when he/she enters the room. And before leaving the interview venue, make sure to collect your belongings and tuck your chair back in; these are basic courtesies that go a long way in establishing professionalism. Do remember to greet your interviewer with a respectful bow before you exit.

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• Some Japanese phrases come handy during the conversation in the interview. A good way to introduce yourself in Japanese is ______to moushimasu. Douzo yoroshiku onegai shimasu”. This is a way of saying your name and mentioning that it is a pleasure to meet them. Complete it with a smile and you’ve got the perfect formal greeting. • Be sure to read up well on the company’s objective, mission, and business culture, job profile, the role, your strengths and weaknesses, and why you are a perfect fit for the role. The Japanese place a lot of emphasis on knowing what you are about and giving off a clear impression will help you in securing your dream job.

• The last but not the least, never ever try to brag, lie or buster in front of a Japanese Employer regarding anything. Be as true and convincing as you can be, because they easily screen out candidates based upon their behavior. Thanks to all the cultural formalities, interviewing in Japan can be tricky. But if you prepare yourself ahead of time and use this guide, you can impress your interviewers and be on your way to landing your dream job in Japan.

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