Aw snap, Culture Japan goes through a new expansion


Cheers, Danny Choo!

Let's give a toast to Danny Choo once again, because Culture Japan is going to expand by moving to Tokyo during the summer. With the new expansion, they're looking to hire some new people to work in their Tokyo office! If you happen to be skilled in marketing, producing videos, managing events and retail, or Graphic Design, then you might be interested in applying. 

Since I have so much joy to throw around, I wish Danny Choo and his staff the best in their new journey to come. With one last wish to spare, best of luck to those on here that decide to apply. Now that I finished my cheering, I think I'm going to crack open some alcohol to drink to the occasion. 

Before you pull the trigger on applying, make sure that you use the link in the press release below to read up on the requirements for each position. 


TOKYO (JUNE 26th 2013) - Danny Choo, Producer of the worldwide TV series “Culture Japan,” announced that earnings for the fiscal year 2012 for startup Culture Japan amounted to 50 million yen (half a million USD) and that most of it was generated through merchandise sales and collaborations with the Culture Japan mascot character Mirai Suenaga.

Mirai Suenaga has recently become a mascot character for the international book store Kinokuniya, the Low Cost Carrier Air Asia and the Japanese convenience store LAWSON.

Culture Japan is expanding its business by relocating to larger offices in Tokyo this Summer and will be hiring 4 incremental full time staff.

The available positions for immediate hire are Marketing Manager, Video Producer, Events & Retail Manager and a Graphic Designer. Job descriptions for all these positions and application method are posted on the Culture Japan website.

New members will be working with Culture Japan clients in the anime industry which include Konami, Production IG, King Records, Good Smile Company, Bushiroad, Kadokawa, Ascii Media Works, Yuzu Soft, SEGA, Sony Computer Science and more.

All these positions are full time and based in Tokyo. Culture Japan will sponsor any visa requirements.

Resources for this release
Culture Japan Company Profile and job descriptions

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