• In the case that you take a part-time job, Immigration Bureau's permission to engage in activities other than those permitted under the resident status must be obtained. People without this permit are not allowed to do part-time jobs.
  • Par-time jobs are allowed up to 28 hours per week. Even if you have a "permission to engage in activities other than those permitted under the resident status", working in adult service or any related businesses are still prohibited. Students are not allowed to work in this kind of place regardless of the types of the job. Dish washing, handing out flyers and tissue paper for this type of job is also prohibited.
  • Documents required in order to apply for "permission to engage in activities other than those permitted under the resident status" include resident card and passport (either one of them can be a copy).
  • If you individually applied for "permission to engage in activities other than those permitted under the resident status" yourself, please submit your passport to the school.
  • When you actually start the part-time job, please submit the "part-time job situation notification" to the school.
  • Offering help to friends and acquaintances also count as a part-time job.
  • Salary of part-time jobs should be transferred into your bank account instead of hand delivery.
  • Minimum wage in Tokyo is 907 Yen (per hour). If you receive a wage lower than this rate, or you do not receive the salary, or if you are hurt in your part-time job but your hospital fee is not paid for, please come to consult with us.
  • In the case that you do not follow the rules, you will be punished according to the law. Please be careful.

 

Part-time Job Situation