Working Holiday in Japan. Foreign applicants welcome!!

Meals and accommodation are completely free! Japanese resort jobs

We provide free guidance for finding jobs with accommodation and meals included at Japanese resorts.

Learn about the Japanese language and culture with no living expenses while working at inns, hotels, ski resorts, amusement parks, hot spring facilities, farms, ranches, and more.

Don't worry if you are working in Japan for the first time. We will completely support you.

We are a temporary staffing and recruitment company authorized by Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
License number: 派13-307592 13-ユ-308419

Hotel / Inn

Pension / Bed and Breakfast

Ski resort

Leisure facilities


Farmhouse / Ranch

Camping / Outdoor


Learn about Japanese language and culture

You can learn about the Japanese language and culture while working at hotels and inns.

Make many Japanese friends

Making a lot of friends and meeting partners is a benefit of working at a resort.

Increase your skills

Learn about Japanese hospitality and service.

Living expenses are free

Accommodation and meals are provided free of charge. (Some jobs include charges.)

Enjoy sightseeing, leisure, and dining

There are many places where you can enjoy hot springs, skiing, diving, and more for free.


Signing bonus (¥2,000 to ¥100,000)


A gift of BePOINTs (Can be exchanged for Amazon gift cards etc.)


A gift of some useful items


Refer your friends and receive a ¥10,000 gift

More benefits are also available.

Hot springs




Ski resorts

Farms / Ranches

Urban areas

Outlying islands

Private rooms with common facilities available

Only the rooms are private; baths and toilets are common use
* The most common type

Single/studio type

Similar to an apartment with bath and toilet in the room.

Shared room

Two to four people live in the same space


There are other forms of accommodation such as living in your workplace's hotel rooms or living with the family at a farm.

Jobs at resort hotels and inns include working in restaurants, front desk work, cooking, back of house, or bed making. Other jobs include working at amusement parts or attractions, working on lifts or restaurants at ski resorts, and farm and ranch work.
Please rest assured, you are able to request what kind of work you wish to do.
More information about jobs here (Japanese page)
You can work at resorts from Hokkaido to Okinawa.
For example, Niseko, Tomamu, Furano, Hakone, Kusatsu, Nasu, Nikko, Izu, Mt. Fuji area, Hakuba, Shiga Kogen, Karuizawa, Hida Takayama, Echigo Yuzawa, Tateyama, Kyoto, Arima, Miyajima, Kurokawa, Yufuin, Yakushima, Amami Islands, Okinawa, and other resort areas.
We generally do not recruit for jobs in cities such as Tokyo and Osaka.
Many jobs last from 1 to 6 months.
There are also many short term jobs available during the summer vacation season, New Year's holidays, Golden Week, and so on.
* There are also many people who extend their work period or start work at a different location at the end of their work period.
There are many jobs that pay around ¥1,000 per hour.
Monthly income is around ¥180,000 to ¥200,000 on average.
* Salary depends on the area and type of work. In areas such as Okinawa salary may be lower.
Dormitories, meals, and utilities are free (some job offers may include charges), so you will spend virtually no money on living expenses.
Workers at most ski resorts receive lift tickets at no cost, so you can enjoy skiing and snowboarding for free.
1. A Working Holiday visa or other visa that permits work.
2. Conversational Japanese ability

<Note> Working holiday agreement countries (in order of registration):
Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Korea, France, Germany, UK, Ireland, Denmark, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Norway, Slovakia, Poland, Portugal, Austria, Hungary and Spain.
International students are able to work 40 hours a week during long holiday periods such as the summer and winter vacations, so there are jobs that you are permitted to work.