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PR Article Writer for Our Blog

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At Guidable Inc. we aim to “Remove borders between foreigners and Japanese”.
It is our goal to connect international residents of Japan who are searching for short-term jobs with companies looking to hire foreign individuals with distinctive skills. We support internationals in Japan with little or no Japanese by helping you find the short-term or freelance job you seek. We help you find your job and provide you with language support on the way. Our job categories are “event”, "marketing cooperation”, "interpreter/translation" and "others”, and include such jobs as one-off teaching, article writing, and market survey research free experiences.


We are looking for a writer to write an experience based promotional article for our blog, about a SIM Card service. The applicant must be willing to travel to Narita Airport (transport fee up to 2500¥ return) with a suitcase and have their picture taken receiving a SIM Card at the pickup desk in Narita Airport. The article format is already planned but we welcome your input and creativity. The 3000¥ + transportation fee (up to 2500¥ return) covers the trip to Narita airport and the article. The applicant must be able to agree on a date to travel to Narita airport within August or early September and complete the article before 14th September.
Please send examples of your writing ability in your application, previous experience in writing promotional articles is preferred. Due to the audience of the article, we are looking for native English female applicants in their 20s.
Thank you for understanding.



Marketing Support> Market Research

3000 yen


1 days





Promotional writing Ability to meet deadlines

Able to commit to taking photographs at Narita airport before 9th September. Native English female applicants in their 20s.