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Recruiting Japanese Course
Are you hunting for a new job and want to be ready for the interview?
Our Recruiting Japanese Course will walk you through all necessary procedures, and help you to prepare required documents. A short lesson and mock interview will refine your Japanese phrases frequently used in the job interviews. A little savvy will open up access to your new life in Japan.
Job Interview Short Lesson
The minimum is 3 hours (3h x 1 lesson or 1.5h x 2 lessons) - 10,000yen.
Additional lessons (1.5 hours) - 5,000yen.
Class

Important phrases for job interviews.
Mock interview session with our experienced teachers.
Going through Dos and Don'ts.
Document support service
We will help to improve your rirekisho and shokumukeirekisho.
・Translate your documents prepared in English to Japanese. 5,000 yen/page
・Proofread your Japanese in the documents. 2,000 yen/page

For reference:
・Documents required for job interviews in Japan:
Resume : rirekisho”履歴書”:
Education, job history (the names of the companies), qualifications, strength, hobbies, reasons for application There is a special form. You can buy from book shop.

Details of job history: shokumukeirekisho”職務経歴書”
Specialities, job titles, major achievements.
How to use our service
Step 1 Send your documents to us.
Step 2 Short interview at our school is recommended to make your documents more appealing.
Step 3 Translate or proofread your documents, and send them back to you.
* Confidentiality guaranteed
Lesson Fees
Recruiting JapaneseCourse
Japanese resume re-writing/ proofreading
Your office / home or at school English to Japanese
5,000yen per page
Japanese proofreading
2,000yen per page
3 hours interview training Your office / home or at school 10,000yen
* exclude consumption tax 8%
What our students say:
I took Murasaki Japanese’s job interview lesson 3 times, 9 hours in total, and it helped me get my dream job!

The reason I took the course was because I wanted to be an investor in a Japanese venture capital company. I had a similar job before, but despite having passed the N1 JLPT test, I couldn’t get across what I wanted to in my interviews.

The teacher at the Murasaki Institute was very kind and patient. They taught me how to explain what I did in my previous job and how I contributed to the companies I had worked for. Though the language of the business world can be very specific, the teacher found out what I wanted to say and taught me how to say it. I don’t think I could have said what I wanted to without her help. We wrote the “Shibo doki sho” together, which greatly impressed the interviewer. Thanks so much!
<L.S (Taiwan)>
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I made a great impression at my interview because of Murasaki Japanese!

My Japanese level is very low and the position I applied for did not require high level Japanese. However when I had heard my interviewee was Japanese, I searched the internet, found Murasaki, and took the MJI job interview lesson. The MJI teacher advised me how to behave in the interview in a Japanese way, for example bowing and exchanging business cards etc. We also had practiced greetings in Japanese.
At my interview, I said “thank you for taking the time to see me today. I have been looking forward to see you.” in Japanese and then started to talk in English. After I had greeted him in Japanese, the interviewee broke into a broad smile and the atmosphere became a lot more relaxed.
I enjoyed the interview and now I am in that position!
<M.K (U.S.A)>
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No problems with my telephone interview!

I needed to have a telephone interview in Japanese. I knew that talking on the phone in my second language is much more difficult than speaking face to face.
I searched for a job interview course through the internet and took the MJI 3 hours course. The MJI teacher explained what I would likely be asked from a Japanese company and we practiced how to answer. She taught me some better expressions to use, as well as how to express myself better. Specifically, we practiced how to order my answers logically to make more sense in Japanese. Before it was hard for me to express my career strong points to Japanese companies.
My teacher made original conversation sample sentences, which I could remember and use in any interview. I have a job now, but that conversation sample is still important to me.
<R.A (Pakistan)>