Job 201600001001001: “Osechi-ryori” Short-term Staff (Five or more staff wanted)


  • Employer

    Sozo Co., Ltd.

  • Location

    Aoba-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba-ken (factory)

  • Post date

    July 19th, 2016

  • Industry

    Food processing

  • Function

    Kitchen staff to prepare Osechi–ryori (New Year’s cuisine)

  • Work Type

    full-time and/or part-time / Five months only

  • Duration

    August 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016

  • Salary

    ¥1,000.-/hour (transportation is included)

  • Benefits

    rental uniforms

  • You can learn how to prepare tasty Osechi-ryori through this work!


  1. Applicants must reside in Japan with proper visa (as a spouse of a Japanese national), and those living in the vicinity of Chiba are more preferable and welcome as the employer doesn’t pay transportation expenses.
  2. Applicants must be in good health, hygienic and fit enough for stand-up work for eight hours every day.
  3. Applicants must understand and speak basic Japanese as everything related to this job is explained and instructed in Japanese only.
  4. Applicants of positive attitude to listen to and act as advised by supervisors’ instructions and orders are more privileged.
  5. Applicants must pay attention to details and mustn’t handle food stuff at the factory roughly.
  6. Applicants must be peaceful citizens and would not go violent especially inside the factory as there are sharp knives and other professional utensils there.
  7. Applicants must do their best to stay healthy, not to be late nor absent especially without informing supervisors in advance.


  1. Working hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (one hour lunch break – not paid)
  2. The factory always needs five staff (five-day work week / in shift) from Monday through Saturday. If everything goes as scheduled there will be no work on Sunday and national holidays.
  3. The job is kitchen factory staff in charge of preparing and processing food stuff for Osechi-ryori (traditional Japanese New Year’s cuisine). This will be a great opportunity to learn Japanese food culture!
  4. Please bring in your own long rubber boots to protect your feet and lunch for work.
  5. Please bring in your resume and certificate of eligibility for an interview.