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We provide service not only to exchange students,
but also foreign students who are permanent residents
of Japan. Please feel free to contact us!
TOKYO TEL / 03-6256-8338
OSAKA TEL / 06-6120-2903
RECEPTION TIME / 9:30~18:00 only on weekdays
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  2. English
  3. 日本語

NLiss CHANNEL | Profile of the members (Senpai)

More than 18 foreign students are studying in Japan !! At NLiss, we support many foreign students who are working just as hard as Japanese students at their part-time jobs. Meet your senpai!

KORUPISET(コルピセット)さん

Nationality : Cambodia. Time in Japan 2 years
Job: Sales of second-hand brand-name clothing
Hobbies: Singing, Dancing, Going to the movies, Blog, Internet surfing. Currently studying at a technical school and expected to enter a university next year.

Q1 What brought you to Japan ? Why did you begin a part-time job?

I saw a Japanese company’s poster at my University in Cambodia, and went to an information session about the company. I was impressed that the company had expanded to Cambodia, and became interested in Japanese business. I then decided to study in Japan, and was able to receive a scholarship. I began my part-time job to cover living expenses and to understand Japanese culture more deeply.

Q2 Have you had any problems at work?

I can speak Khmer word as the native language, English and Japanese that does not impede normal conversation. As I am talkative and lively, I thought I am suited for sales. But I had trouble as I did not know how to attend to the customers. I had no experience of service and only a superficial knowledge of apparel business industry. When a customer asked me” Do you have this item?”, I could not answer. Therefor I kept the customer waiting while I confirmed with other staff whether or not the item was available.

Q3 How did you get over your failure?

When I got home I went over what I learnt that day, and looked up things I didn’t know on the internet. I do not take notes, preferring to rely on my memory. I am trying everyday to give service in accordance to the customer’s request by checking trendy fashion on TV or in Magazines.

Q4 How is the relationship with the co-workers?

Every staff members call me ” Pichan” as a nickname. They are very kind from the beginning. After work,we talk and drink beer together. It is a fun and friendly place to work

Q5 What is your goal?

My dream is to be an announcer on NHK World News broadcasted in Cambodia. I am interested in the Japanese economy, I will study it hard. I have been busy studying on weekdays and part-time job on weekend though, I do my best to realize my dream, managing the time.

SHU ENNAN(シュ エンナン)さん

SHU ENNAN(シュ エンナン)さん

Nationality : China . Staying in Japan 1.5 years
Job: Sales at Major Electrical Retailer. ( Tax-Free section)
Hobbies: Reading. Watching Japanese drama. A Karaoke and going to Lunch with friends Now : A student of a technical school

Q1 Why did you come to Japan ? Why did you begin a part-time job?

I was interested in trading from the beginning. I thought learning Economy in Japan is more useful than China and I decided to study in Japan. A part-time job is a good opportunity to learn the difference of culture between Japan and China and to meet Japanese people. I feel at ease because School introduced me to my current job. As co-workers instruct me kindly, I can continue to work.

Q2 Do you have any failure story at work?

The Tax-Free section is inside of the shop and many tourists come to the shop. A lot of the customers are from China. They speak to me in Chinese when they see my name card. When I began to work, I could not answer the customer’s question as I knew little about the products. I caused the customer inconvenience as I had to check the product.

Q3 How did you get over your failure?

I checked the product information on the internet or asked the senior staff. Now I do not have to refer to senior staff so often, but it is still difficult to explain about the detailed performance of camera. For the customers who came with a group tour and hurry, I remember the details of recommended products to give the information immediately.

Q4 How is the relationship with the co-workers?

All staff members are very kind and answered my questions pleasantly and politely. Although I have few opportunities to meet other staff, however, at Bounennkai( year-end party), we all got really friendly and had lots of talking.

Q5 Tell me your goal ?

Recently working at the payment register has been increasing. As I am not used to handling a credit device, I carry out this activity instructions from senior staff. I would like to practice to handle it by myself. I will work at trading business in China or Japan in the future.

RAINA (ライナ)ちゃん

RAINA (ライナ)ちゃん

Nationality : Indonesian Staying in Japan 2 months
Job: Foreign affiliated restaurant/ Sales
Hobbies: Karaoke. Watching Japanese drama. Now : A student of a technical school

Q1 Why did you come to Japan ? Why did you begin a part-time job?

As I was studying Japanese hard in my country, I thought I would like to use Japanese language at a working place in Japan. Now I enjoy working to show Indonesian cultural singing and dancing to many tourists from various countries, talking in Indonesian, sometimes English fluently.

Q2 Do you have any failure story at work?

When I attend to customers, I have difficulty using respectful words or Japanese phrases. I sometimes flounder through my talking as a lot of everyday Japanese is not included in textbooks or manuals. I had made it difficult for the customers.

Q3 How did you get over your failure?

When I don’t know Japanese word or I could not hear it, I ask a staff member. I take a notes and review them promptly. I try to remember Japanese steadily. Thanks to my efforts, my Japanese language ability rose surprisingly fast. By the way, a word I learned recently is 「期間限定」(きかんげんてい)”Limited time offer”

Q4 How is the relationship with the co-workers?

The staff members have varied personalities and interests. Somehow, everybody likes rock music.(*^。^*) There are many exchange students working. Japanese staff members understand that it is natural for international students not to understand Japanese culture as they come from various countries with quite different cultures. As Japanese staff members instruct politely and kindly, I can work happily.

Q5 Tell me your goal ?

I would like to be a “trilingual “staff member(Indonesian, English and Japanese) to improve my Japanese ability. Many Indonesian want to study in Japan. I am lucky to be able to come to Japan. I study and work hard in Japan and in the future, I want to work as a bridge between Japan and Indonesia.


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About Nliss
About Nliss

Working in Japan
Working in Japan

Introducing SEMPAI (先輩)
Introducing SEMPAI (先輩)

Our company
Our company

Advice & Tips
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We provide service not only to exchange students, but also foreign students who are permanent residents of Japan. Please feel free to contact us!
TOKYO TEL / 03-6256-8338
OSAKA TEL / 06-6120-2903
RECEPTION TIME / 9:30~18:00 only on weekdays

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