Success Stories

Success Story: The Best Filipino Restaurant in Tokyo

Mr. Joel San Jose, the owner of Isla Pamilya Restaurant, opened his Filipino restaurant to help fellow Filipinos fight homesickness by bringing favorite Filipino dishes to Japan. The first branch was opened in Kawasaki in 1997. His business has been running for 24 years already!   Getting to know Joel   Joel started his adventure in Japan way back in the 1980s. He’s been living in Japan for 37 years now. He also got into different jobs such as a factory worker and on site worker before he decided to open a Filipino restaurant with his wife to cater the needs of other Filipinos in Japan.   Running a business in Japan According to Joel, it’s a bit tough running...
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A Typical day of a Filipino Worker in Japan | Delta TV

I know a lot of you are curious about how a typical day of a Filipino worker in Japan looks like. Let’s check out one of Delta TVs Youtube videos again and explore a day in a life of a Filipino worker.   In this video, we will be joining Monica, a Filipino Real Estate Agent in Tokyo. Monica arrived in Japan 3 years ago and stayed there as a student. As soon as she finished school and passed the N3 JLPT exam, DELTA helped her find a job in Japan. For those of you who are planning to explore job opportunities in Japan, DELTA is just a message away.  Monica wakes up at 7 AM to prepare for her...
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Put Boredom to Work this Pandemic - Tips on How to Work in Japan as a Paid Intern in the Automotive Industry

We understand that COVID-19 has hit the entire world economy hard and it is human nature that we want to recover our losses. Since a lot of Filipinos are left jobless and are just spending most of their time on Social Media these days, enrolling in a 6-month life-changing program would be a very good decision to put boredom to work this pandemic.  You must find a way to prosper during this pandemic. You don’t only learn new language and skills; you are also given the chance to go to Japan to work as an intern with pay when border restrictions are lifted. Isn’t that good news to all? Did you know that there’s a life-changing program in the University...
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Nagoya, Chubu: A Supportive Avenue for Young Entrepreneurs and Startups

Nagoya which is located at Chubu region is the fourth largest and most populated city in the Land of the Rising Sun. It is regarded as the base of automotive industry in Japan since most of the factories of major companies in this sector can be found in Nagoya such as but not limited to Toyota, Honda and Mitsubishi.   In the past, the Chubu area has been widely known across Japan as one of the country’s biggest manufacturing centers. Despite the prevalence of factories and large manufacturing companies in the area, numerous university students in Chubu particularly in Nagoya prefer to join IT startup or pioneering companies to become entrepreneurs.   With this trend, the region has become an avenue for young entrepreneurs to start...
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A Career Path in Automotive Servicing

 It is with no doubt that the University of Perpetual Help has perfected crafting the career path of students enrolled in their Quick Auto Service Training Program after hearing several success stories from its interns who came back from Japan after their 3-year internship. UPH has worked hard just to get the right partners in the industry to hit the goal of their education to employment initiatives. Currently an auto mechanic in Motech Las Pinas, Wowie Vic Casiple takes us in memory lane on how he experienced working as an auto mechanic intern in Japan. He recalls that in his early 20s, he was one of the successful candidates who took the Quick Auto Service Training Program in UPH...
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The Millennial Approach to Learning Nihongo

 With Japan’s aging society and shrinking workforce, the government has decided to open its borders to foreign workers than watch the economy of Japan die. Despite the skyrocketing increase in the demand for foreign workers, the (Nihongo) language skill remains one of the main barriers in the recruitment. We sat down in an interview with Charizza Cauline Blancia, 25, a caregiver, to talk about her experience in learning Nihongo. Charizza is a graduate of Bachelor of Science Major in Hospitality and Restaurant Management and a National Certificate holder in Caregiving which she got from TESDA. Caregivers are one of the most in demand workers in Japan today due to its aging society. Charizza saw this opportunity when University of...
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Success Story: The Best Filipino Restaurant in Tokyo

Mr. Joel San Jose, the owner of Isla Pamilya Restaurant, opened his Filipino restaurant to help fellow Filipinos fight homesickness by bringing favorite Filipino dishes to Japan. The first branch was opened in Kawasaki in 1997. His business has been running for 24 years already!   Getting to know Joel...

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June 21, 2021

A Typical day of a Filipino Worker in Japan | Delta TV

I know a lot of you are curious about how a typical day of a Filipino worker in Japan looks like. Let’s check out one of Delta TVs Youtube videos again and explore a day in a life of a Filipino worker.   In this video, we will be joining...

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May 03, 2021

Put Boredom to Work this Pandemic - Tips on How to Work in Japan as a Paid Intern in the Automotive Industry

We understand that COVID-19 has hit the entire world economy hard and it is human nature that we want to recover our losses. Since a lot of Filipinos are left jobless and are just spending most of their time on Social Media these days, enrolling in a 6-month life-changing program...

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February 08, 2021

Nagoya, Chubu: A Supportive Avenue for Young Entrepreneurs and Startups

Nagoya which is located at Chubu region is the fourth largest and most populated city in the Land of the Rising Sun. It is regarded as the base of automotive industry in Japan since most of the factories of major companies in this sector can be found in Nagoya such as but...

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July 22, 2019

A Career Path in Automotive Servicing

 It is with no doubt that the University of Perpetual Help has perfected crafting the career path of students enrolled in their Quick Auto Service Training Program after hearing several success stories from its interns who came back from Japan after their 3-year internship. UPH has worked hard just...

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January 17, 2019

The Millennial Approach to Learning Nihongo

 With Japan’s aging society and shrinking workforce, the government has decided to open its borders to foreign workers than watch the economy of Japan die. Despite the skyrocketing increase in the demand for foreign workers, the (Nihongo) language skill remains one of the main barriers in the recruitment. We...

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January 16, 2019