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Sushi Restaurant is Hiring!! Service expert, apprentice for Japanese cuisine! (expired)



Job ID
虻田郡倶知安町, Hokkaido, Japan
Post date
Aug 7, 2023
Food and Beverage, Tourism / Travel / Hospitality
Waiter / Waitress, Bartender, Hall Staff
Work Type
Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
¥250,000 ~ ¥600,000 / Month
  • Negotiable


  • English: Conversational (preferred)
  • Japanese: Basic (preferred)
  • Visa sponsorship available


We are looking for the staffs to open a new restaurant.

Our restaurant is located in the ski resort of Niseko. In winter, many wealthy foreign tourists visit for the powder snow.

You may meet one of the following positions.

・Service staff (full-time) (entry level or experienced)
You are going to suggest wine and sake to customers, serve tea and food, and clear empty plates. If you are interested, you can also engage in management support.

・Apprentice sushi chef (full-time) (entry level)
You will be responsible for handling fish, cooking tamagoyaki, and supporting sushi chefs. Through these tasks, you will learn basic skills and eventually make sushi as a full-fledged sushi chef.

・ Japanese cuisine chef (full-time) (experienced only)
You will be in charge of cooking course meals other than the part that the sushi chef is in charge of. For example, chawanmushi, tempura, simmered dishes, and grilled dishes.

・Apprentice Japanese cuisine chef (full-time) (entry level)
You will support Japanese cuisine chefs. You will learn skills through his or her work and eventually work as a full-fledged Japanese chef.

Please feel free to contact me if you are interested.
We are looking forward to your application.

Requirements for applying (must fit at least one of the following criteria).
①Japanese nationality or have permanent residency status.
②Working holiday VISA valid for about a year.
③If you require VISA support, you must at least have a Bachelor's degree & working experience in a restaurant.
④If you require VISA support, you must have restaurant working experience & a willingness to learn Japanese and pass the JLPT(Japanese language proficiency test) exam.
⑤Any other way you can legally work in Japan (must have proof).









Last modified on September 7, 2023

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