This job is for marketing of Japanese products. This mainly means using blogs and social networking sites to spread the word about the appeal of Japan. Working at an office in Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture.
Made in Japan products are trusted by overseas customers. The high quality and safety of products made in Japan may be why Japanese hands are thought of as being dexterous and polite. Among products made in Japan, some that find their way to unexpected, even surprising places. In a survey of Japanese people, they were asked what they think is most amazing among products made in Japan. Here are some answers.
The “seams of the Parthenon pillars" got the most votes. The Parthenon, an ancient Greek architectural masterpiece that has been certified as a World Heritage Site, was repaired on a large scale in the 19th century. Kobe Steel’s titanium building material was first used in 1979 as a corrosion-resistant reinforcement. Second place went to Kono Works, a specialized manufacturer of medical devices that made "0.03mm surgical needle thread, the world's smallest diameter needle thread.” Thanks to this needle thread, even blood vessels of 0.1mm diameter can now be sutured, which had been impossible previously. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry also awarded it the Japan Manufacturing Prize, which gave this Japanese product an official national endorsement. Next, in third place, was SDC Tanaka’s "screws that connect the ‘Hope’ to the International Space Station." These screws that connected the “Hope” Japanese Experiment Module to the International Space Station in 2008 were apparently made by SDC Tanaka when the company had only 22 employees.
Many more products made in Japan are loved the world over; for example, Rolex and Bulgari watch faces, the iPod mirror surface, and others.
If I also like “Made in Japan” and I want to convey it as a content writer ..
This is the job for YOU.
We are partnering with around 700 Japanese small and medium-sized companies, and we operate websites for international sales of Japanese products.
We introduce Japanese culture and sell Japanese contents (merchandise and services) to countries throughout the world via our online platform. Our mission is to inform the rest of the world about the products of our clients. Our company is an exciting mix of Japanese nationals and overseas employees.
I have confidence that products made with heart and soul by craftsmen — for instance the things we casually use and enjoy daily, such as fashion items, anime, architectural structures, apparel, cuisine, toys, etc. — particularly the products of Japan, are by far the best quality in the world. I feel this often when traveling abroad.
Whether it be toys or even food, when you come across something truly impressive that makes you feel “this is amazing!”, it boosts your spirit and brings a smile to your face. In this manner, the products of Japan can add richness and ‘new purpose’ to our daily lives. How wonderful a thing it is, to be able to introduce these products and services to the world.
Through continuing to “conveying Japan to the world,” we hope to add richness to the hearts of as many people as possible. This is the underlying sentiment behind our company motto.
The number 10,000 is the amount of hours it takes to obtain the necessary skills for a specialty job.
For four years, from when I was the age of 25, when I founded my company, until I turned 29, I worked on software development on weekdays alone for twelve hours a day, totaling 11,520 hours over the four years. When you do something continuously for four years, you become better than the others around you. Here at Digital Studio, we engage in our work with the mindset that it is better to be a fool that excels at one thing, than to perform two or three tasks rationally.
I believe that for most people, it is very difficult to continue doing one thing for 10,000 hours. But if you have the right environment and friends, it is most definitely achievable.
By the time you are approaching your 10,000th hour, I think you will be giving off a completely different aura than you do now. To put that into perspective, say, a customer issue that could potentially take you a week to solve now, could, after training for 10,000 hours, take you only one hour.
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