“Go To Travel Campaign”, Japan’s latest initiative to save its economy from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, has been pushed to start from July 22, about half a month earlier than planned.In April 2020, Japan suffered its most significant drop in foreign tourism. In that particular month, Japan welcomed only 2,900 international travelers, down 99.9% from the same time in 2019.
If you enjoy helping people in need, want to obtain a working VISA, want to guarantee a stable income and a future in Japan, Certified Care Workers might be an ideal job for you, and we are looking for competent people who live in Japan and willing to work as a caregiver!
In order to help foreigners living in Japan, applications for smartphones and websites providing information such as natural disasters and weather warnings in Japan are published by Cabinet office.
On July 3rd, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has announced to provide up to 6 million yen of “Rent support allowance” to companies and individuals whose sales has dropped due to the extension of the emergency declaration in May and the impact of coronavirus pandemic.
The Tokyo metropolitan government has set up a phone consultation center to provide information on the coronavirus and related issues in 14 languages. People can ask questions on subjects such as their health, businesses, children’s education, and immigration status.
What is “Designated Activities (Job hunting)” visa? It is a visa for international student who graduated from a university, etc. wishes to continue “job hunting” after the student visa expired.