Looking for Sosei Partners Project Members (Jan ~ March 2019)


Sosei Partners started in 2017, where we have been connecting international students and working professionals of over 20 nationalities living all around Japan and the world, with various parts of rural Japan. Our main activities currently take place in Ishinomaki (Miyagi Prefecture), Shimokawa (Hokkaido), Urahoro (Hokkaido) and Minami Ashigara (Kanagawa Prefecture). 

Over the past two years, we have built a strong rapport with the local communities of our activity areas, and our international participants have injected fresh and international perspectives into the local regions and worked with the locals to find new ways to revitalize. This ranges from creating learning experiences about sustainability and innovation, doing research to find out current traveling trends in other countries, proposing new ways to reutilize abandoned schools and more.

With this foundation in place, our next step is to put our ideas into shape, by creating experiential learning programs for international travelers in rural Japan. Our aim is to attract travelers from around the world to experience rural Japan, interact with locals, learn about sustainability and possibly do social good by contributing to Japan’s regional revitalization. 

For more information on Sosei Partners, please click here.

We are looking for project members (interns) who share the same vision and wish to contribute to this project, over the span of 3 months in 2019.

Below are the details.
Project (Internship) period: January ~ March 2019

Working place: Tokyo/ Yokohama

Number of work days: Ideally at least twice a week (negotiable)

Info session: December 8, 2018 at Takadanobaba (We will give you more information about the venue after you sign up.)

*This info session will be held in Japanese. If you do not speak Japanese, which is perfectly fine, please let us know and we will arrange a separate session for you.

Deadline for registration: December 2, 2018

A simple interview will be held after December 8, 2018.

Work description: 

  • Planning and creating experiential learning programs in rural Japan

  • Sales and marketing

  • PR


  • Interested in sustainability or regional revitalization

  • Have a global perspective

  • Proactive and enthusiastic

  • Good at communication

  • Shares the same vision as us

*This is a non-paid job.

It will be great if you are…

  • A native speaker of Japanese, English or Chinese, or equivalent

  • Good at design (graphic/ web design)